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Phil Masinga was signed along with Lucas Radebe by Howard Wilkinson in 1994 and was thought to be the bigger name. It was Radebe, however, who became the star as Masinga left for Europe in 1996.
Zoumana Camara was one of several loanees recruited in 2003 in a desperate attempt to keep Leeds up on a minuscule budget. It was a doomed strategy, though Camara showed his quality in flashes
Joel Griffiths' career was littered with controversy and fights — he was the signing that never was for Leeds United, leaving within six months after after 'non stop criticism' by manager Kevin Blackwell
As a childhood Leeds fan, Leigh Bromby saw his dreams come true when Simon Grayson took him to Elland Road. He played alongside fellow supporter Richard Naylor at the heart of the Leeds defence as the team secured promotion
Sam Sodje's whole-hearted displays made him a cult figure with the Leeds faithful. That included playing on despite suffering a dislocated shoulder in the play-off semi-final against Millwall and sorting the issue out himself
Steve Balcombe burst into the Leeds first-team with a remarkable goal on his debut but just as quickly vanished into obscurity
Brian Deane's strike partner at Sheffield United, Tony Agana answered Howard Wilkinson's call when Lee Chapman was injured early in 1992
Rarely has any player gone from hero to zero as quickly as Marius Žaliukas. He became a cult hero for his block to save Leeds a point against Watford yet fell apart when Leeds lost 6-0 to Sheffield Wednesday a month later
Roberto Carlos' deputy at Real Madrid was ill equipped for the storm he faced when joining Leeds United in the middle of a financial storm in 2003
Cansdell-Sherriff was one of a clutch of Australians at Elland Road under the management of David O'Leary but he never fulfilled his potential at Elland Road
Peter Reid's 'make-do-and-mend' rifling of Ligue 1's loan market in 2003 threw up a number of obscure signings and possibly the most obscure was striker Cyril Chapuis
  2018/19 Part 1 The Genius on the Blue Bucket - Part 2 Results, table, transfers
Morris was Leeds' only permanent signing in 2003/04, but was gone within a year after off-field controversy, which brought back the criticism of his misspent youth
  Andrea Radrizzani pushes the boat out to get one of the world's greatest coaches and the gamble so nearly pays off
2017/18 Part 1 The Dane and the Tyke - Part 2 Results, table, transfers
Nobody quite ever understood what Leeds United ever saw in Nicky Ajose, despite the glowing words of new Leeds manager David Hockaday when he signed him in August 2014
Thomas Christiansen takes Leeds to the top of the table before things fall apart in the spring, and Paul Heckingbottom takes over
2015/16 Part 1 Heavy Metal Football - Part 2 Sombrero Steve - Part 3 Results, table, transfers
Dave Tomlinson's ninth book about Leeds United The Man with the Plan is the story of a master builder of football clubs, who brought success back to Leeds United in the early 1990s. Within four years of taking charge in 1988, Howard Wilkinson turned Second Division also-rans into English champions
A season of massive change as Massimo Cellino buys the club from GFH Capital, sacks then reinstates Brian McDermott on Mad Friday and Leeds' form collapses
Leeds United in the 21st Century
Dave Tomlinson's eighth book about Leeds United covers the period from 1980 to 2000, when Leeds crashed and burned before rising from the ashes to become the last English champions and then Everybody's Favourite Other Team under David O'Leary
This is the sixth book about Leeds United by Dave Tomlinson - How Leeds moved from Champions' League glory in 2001 through financial collapse, liquidation and disastrous changes of ownership and on to how we took the Premier League by storm
Bielsa's Leeds: Redemption
With the appointment of Garry Monk, calm and normality is restored to Elland Road, but he only just survived a poor opening runA chance meeting leads Andrea Radrizzani to a takeover of Leeds United and the ending of Cellino's time at the helm
How Leeds United finally found stability under the ownership of Andrea Radrizzani and returned to the Premier League under the inspiring leadership of Marcelo Bielsa, one of the most revered coaches in the world

This is Dave Tomlinson's fourth book about Leeds United. Why are Leeds United so universally reviled by rival football fans the length and breadth of the country? The story of Revie, Reynolds and Dirty Leeds is truly unique.

Dave is a lifelong follower of Leeds United and has developed an encyclopaedic knowledge about the club. He has now had three books published on the club and contributed to a fourth
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