History Of Leeds United A.F.C.
Leeds United Association Football Club is the only professional association football club in the city of Leeds. The club was established in 1919, following the demise of Leeds City F.C.
Read more about History Of Leeds United A.F.C.: Leeds City, Formation of Leeds United, 1919-29, 1930's, 1946-49, 1948-53 Frank Buckley: Challenging For Promotion, 1953-57 Raich Carter: Promotion Realised, 1958-61: Decline and Relegation, 1961-74 Don Revie: "The Glory Days", 1974 Brian Clough: 44 Days of Turmoil, 1974-78 Jimmy Armfield: Rebuilding Revie's Team, 1978-82 Stein, Adamson and Clarke: Decline and Relegation, 1982-88 Gray and Bremner: Seeking Promotion, 1988-96 Howard Wilkinson: Re-emergence, 1996-98 George Graham: Rejuvenation, 1998-2002 David O'Leary: Living The Dream, 2002-04 Venables, Reid and Gray: Another Decline, 2004-07 Blackwell and Wise: Play-Off Final Heartbreak and Relegation To League One, 2007: Administration, 2007–2010, Wise, McAllister and Grayson: The Third Tier, 2010-present, Return To The Championship
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