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The men who have chaired the board at the club right from since the earliest days with Leeds City, through a host of financial difficulties up to the modern day
 
The showman and the reluctant revolutionary - The rivalry between two of the most successful English football managers of the 1970s, tells us all we need to know about Britain's postwar decline
  Online photo albums
A glorious story of all the various kits worn by Leeds City and United over the years, together with details on sponsorship and badges - specially for all the anoraks out there!
  Kits, sponsors & badges, Managers and Programmes
  Worst Transfer Ever
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  The tale of Tubby Tomas Brolin and his ill fated stay at Elland Road under Howard Wilkinson and George Graham
  Alan Hardaker - Revie's Nemesis
When Jimmy Armfield took over an ailing Leeds side in 1974, only one thing could get them back on track: a pantomime
  The irascible secretary of the Football League was probably Revie's biggest critic and a major obstacle to United's pursuit of trophies at the time
  Books, Videos and DVDs
BlogsFC.com is a leading independent football (soccer) journalism web site where fans can talk about their football team wherever they play - here's a taster
  Leeds United in print and celluloid - reviews of books, videos and DVDs about the club and associated personalities
   
Nostalgia ain't what it used to be ... thinking about when men were men, loyalty counted and a club was part of the community