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History of the Club
From the 19th Century to the Present Day

John Charles - Viduka 2000 - Clough and Bremner 1974 - Bielsa - Revie, Bremner and the Cup, Charlton, Bremner and Shankly 1969 - Wilko, Cantona and Strachan 1992 - Those damned tags!
The Teenies (2009-19)
The Revival - Simon Grayson delivers promotion and a triumph at Old Trafford, Warnock, GFH and Cellino plumb the depths and Bielsa gives us hope

The Noughties (1999-2009)
Living the Dream, Enduring the Nightmare - Champions' League glory, a night of shame, financial collapse and Ken Bates

The Nineties (1989-99)
Sergeant Wilko leads United to promotion and a glorious title win before Caspian buy the club and replace him with George Graham and then Peter Ridsdale appoints David O'Leary

The Eighties (1979-89)
The Wilderness Years - Don Revie's legacy is squandered and Leeds plunge into the Second Division before Howard Wilkinson leads a revival

The Seventies (1969-79)
Treble heartache - Tinkler - Super Leeds - Revie, Clough, Armfield, Stein and Adamson

The Sixties (1959-69)
United find their Messiah in Don Revie and then dominate the decade

The Fifties (1949-59)
Major Frank Buckley, Raich Carter and John Charles inspire a rise before another fall

The Forties (1939-49)
War and an ageing squad lead to a slump in fortunes and then the Major arrives

Between the Wars (1919-39)
United are promoted but then start to earn a reputation as football's Yo Yo Club

The Birth of Leeds United (1919)
A new club is formed from the ashes of Leeds City and is admitted to the League

Scandal (1919)
Wartime indiscretions lead to expulsion from the League and a player auction

Leeds City (1905-19)
City struggle to make progress until Herbert Chapman takes over as manager

Football comes to Yorkshire
Sheffield was an early hotbed of football but Leeds came late to the party

Organising the game
The Victorians bring form and order to the British game

Origins of football
How the game began and was introduced to and popularised in Britain