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    help Leeds, the biggest city in Britain with only one football club. That monopoly creates a passion in the local team Leeds United had famous managers like Major Frank Buckley and Raich Carter. And back in 1948-49 season the debut of a man many critics rate the greatest player seen in English football - the legendary John Charles. The makings of the modern Leeds was sparked by the appointment of Don Revie as manager in 1961. Revie inspired the creation of a sporting dynasty. No club in modern football history can match the number of home-grown players Revie had in his championship-winning squads of 1969 and 1974. Leeds won the FA Cup for the first time in their history in 1972 - the centenary of the world's most famous club knock-out trophy. After Revie left in 1974 the club had the crazy 44 day reign of Brian Clough. Howard Wilkinson's appointment as manager in 1988 to lift the club out of the Second Division and in the last season of the Football League Leeds were again crowned champions in 1992. This book takes you on the roller-coaster ride of Leeds United. It's dramatic, exhilarating and, at times, astonishing. Product Information:• ISBN: 9780857331694• Author: David Walker• Publisher: Haynes• Format: Hardback• Pages: 208• Dimensions: 26 x 26 x 2cm heart
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    help A celebration of Leeds United's greatest 100 players, as voted for by the Leeds fans themselves. Definitive and official, All White offers a new perspective on the history of the club, combining fresh stories and expert insights into the players with telling facts and statistics. From Bremner and Batty, Chapman and Charles to Smudger and Sniffer, the book gives a real sense of how these heroic, combative, iconic characters could affect the moods and the lives of fans over the decades - all contributing to the rollercoaster drama that is pure Leeds. From the birth of the club, through the war years and the Revie era, and on into the modern generation of Wilkinson's title-winners, O'Leary's European marauders and resurgence from the depths of League One, All White enables you to relive the whole journey through the stories of the stars acclaimed by the Scratching Shed, Lowfields and the Kop. heart
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    help This history of Leeds covers all the main political, social and economic developments of the city. Due emphasis is given to the place of the wool textile industry, the principal industry until the 20th century. The story is brought right up to date as are recent changes in the townscape. heart
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    help Offers a look at the ever changing Leeds railway scene over a span of 50 years from the late 1940s to the 1990s. In 217 top quality photographs, this book features not only many steam trains of the past but diesels, electrics, stations, locomotive depots and goods yards. It also includes introductory text, track plans and other information. heart
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    help Details:Between 1964 and 1992, Leeds United won eleven fabulous trophies, but the team were runners-up just as often. They missed out on many more titles and cups, not least club football's greatest prize, the European Cup, in 1975.In No Glossing Over It, lifelong Leeds United fan Gary Edwards reveals why the club has dramatically lost out on victory in many of these competitions and how it has been the victim of a pattern of serial abuse by the footballing authorities - most recently seen in the unprecedented 15-point sanction meted out at the start of the 2007-08 season.Featuring the views of former Leeds players and managers, as well as top-flight referees and diehard fans, No Glossing Over It examines the injustices that have befallen Leeds United and sheds new light on the shocking events that have long rankled with the club's supporters.Ideal for:An entertaining read for football fans.This paperback book has 240 pages and measures: 19.8 x 12.7 x 1.6cm. heart
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    help Details:Got, Not Got: The Lost World of Leeds United is an Aladdin's cave of memories and memorabilia, guaranteed to whisk you back to Elland Road's fondly remembered 'Golden Age' of mud and magic - as well as a Whites-mad childhood of miniature tabletop games and imaginary, comic-fuelled worlds. The book recalls a more innocent era of football, lingering longingly over relics from the good old days - United stickers and petrol freebies, league ladders, records, big-match programmes and much more - revisiting lost football culture, treasures and pleasures that are 100 per cent Leeds. Ideal for:If you were a Junior White, one of the army of obsessive soccer kids at any time from Don Revie's lads first lifting the title to the '91 championship, then this is the book to recall the mavericks - Bremner and Giles, Gray and Currie, Sheridan and Strachan - and the marvels of the Lost World of Football.This hardback book has 144 pages and measures: 21 x 14.9 x 1.5cm. heart
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    help When the Leeds United players celebrated winning the championship in April 1992, they had no idea how momentous the occasion was. Manchester United, losers at Liverpool that Sunday afternoon, had now gone 25 years without winning the league. Howard Wilkinson's side, promoted just two seasons ago, could bring back the glory days to Leeds. But Wilkinson would prove to be the last English manager to win the league. In 1992, football changed beyond all recognition.The Last Champions explores the roots of that success and the amazing cast of characters who came together to fashion the triumph. As in his acclaimed book The Fallen, Dave Simpson's quest to catch up with the protagonists of the era, from the visionary Sergeant Wilko, top scorer Lee Chapman and unsung heroes like Mike Whitlow and Carl Shutt (not forgetting Eric Cantona), sees him unearth some extraordinary untold stories.And he finds that The Last Champions were also the last ordinary people to win the league, before the Premier League saw skyrocketing wages, billionaire foreign owners and the dictates of television taking the game away from the fans. It is the brilliantly told story of the end of an era. heart

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