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The men who have managed the club since Leeds City in 1904

Bielsa, Revie, Buckley, O'Leary, Chapman, Grayson, Wilkinson
        Daniel Farke 2023-

Sam Allardyce 2023
Javi Gracia 2023
  Jesse Marsch 2022-23

Marcelo Bielsa 2018-22
Paul Heckingbottom 2018
  Thomas Christiansen 2017-18

Garry Monk 2016-17
Steve Evans 2015-16
Uwe Rosler 2015

Neil Redfearn 2014-15
Darko Milanic 2014
  Dave Hockaday 2014

Brian McDermott 2013-14
Neil Warnock 2012-13
Simon Grayson 2008-12

Gary McAllister 2008
Dennis Wise 2006-08
Kevin Blackwell 2004-06

Peter Reid 2003
Terry Venables 2002-03
  David O'Leary 1998-2002

George Graham 1996-98
Howard Wilkinson 1988-96
Billy Bremner 1985-88

Eddie Gray 1982-85 and 2003-04
Allan Clarke 1980-82
Jimmy Adamson 1978-80

Jock Stein 1978
Jimmy Armfield 1974-78
Brian Clough 1974

Don Revie - 1927-51 - 1951-56 - 1956-61 -
1961-67 - 1967-74 - 1974-77 - 1977-89

The man who made Leeds United, singlehandedly reviving a sinking club and transforming them into giants of European football
Jack Taylor 1959-61
QPR manager Taylor seemed to offer much when Leeds appointed him, but they were relegated in his first season
Bill Lambton 1958-59
'A nice enough man, but he wasn't a player, he wasn't a coach, he wasn't anything' - Jack Charlton

Raich Carter 1953-58
Arrogant, opinionated, superior, The Silver Fox did it all as a player. He capitalised on the promise of John Charles and led Leeds to promotion
Major Frank Buckley 1948-53
Despite all his idiosyncrasies and flamboyance, Buckley knew exactly what he was doing and built a strong, if erratic, side around John Charles
Willis Edwards 1947-48
Edwards was an outstanding servant to the club with a lengthy playing career. As a manager he was a dismal failure

Billy Hampson 1935-47
Don Revie apart, Billy Hampson held the post of Leeds United manager for longer than anyone, 12 years

Dick Ray 1919-20 and 1927-35
The archetypal one-club man, Ray was City's first captain, United's first manager and returned seven years later to lead the club to promotion in his first season


Arthur Fairclough 1920-27
The former secretary-manager of Huddersfield threw his lot in with the newly formed United and led them to a first promotion in 1924

Herbert Chapman 1912-19
The quiet revolutionary who played football in yellow boots and went on to become the game's first great managers - he so very nearly guided Leeds City to promotion

Frank Scott-Walford 1908-12
The successful candidate from a list of 90 applicants, who had to seek cheap unknowns in Ireland as City disappeared under a mountain of debts and had to seek re-election

Gilbert Gillies 1905-08
The first manager of Leeds City, who steered the club into the Football League in 1905, repeating the feat he had earlier achieved with Chesterfield and did again for Bradford Park Avenue