Leeds United was founded in 1919. Founded out of the Disbandment of the old Leeds City FC, in 1919 Yorkshire Amateurs
bought the Leeds Stadium Elland Road, and offered them their place as footballers, to make the new team under the management of a former player in Dick Ray to start in the old English League 2.
In May 1920 under Arthur Fairclough Leeds were promoted to football league or the Barclays Premier League as we know it now. For the next 80 years (other than a troublesome double decade in the mid 40 to the mid 60's) Leeds cemented themselves as a leading English Powerhouse.
This story rises from the Ashes of Administration and Begins a trajectory years after our humble Chairman Ken Bates
(Pictured above) took hold of the Club, steered it through Administration in 2007, and has begun an financially stable route back to the European Summit.
Breaking News from Elland Road, Ken Bates has decided to tip his hand to relative newcomer, and Media Shy Charlatan known by his assigned name back when he used to play in the Leeds Academy as "The Job". With Neil Warnock already donned in a Leeds United wind breaker was shocked to find that after being the front runner for months, he hasn't been offered the job.
Neil Warnock - "
Im Surprised to hear that Mr Bates has decided to give the job to this relative newcomer. Iv heard through circles and some of my contacts that he used to play for Leeds Youth academy back in the early 2000's. His name that will be employed throughout his footballing management tenure is John John, and while obviously that is not his real name we will have to wait and see if this was the right choice. He worked hard after not making in Professionally and completed all his coaching badges and Bates believes this is the time for him to step up and take charge of his first professional job, i wish him luck and will be looking forward to taking his job in the new year when he fails."
With new manger John John, being appointed early this morning he has got to work studiously and more than earning his nickname of "The Job" and has got started on the training ground and managed to get rid of some of the players he considered deadwood, and bring in some young exciting loan singings.
With Chris Heard young and plenty of time to improve he will be first choice right back in place of Lee Peltier and he also brings versatility, being able to play in the centre of the midfield. Sammy Ameobi is also exciting for the club as he brings another youth with high potential to deputise for Varney an Mccormack on the wings.
All Staff will be retained at present to help keep the stability that Ken Bates Requires.
John John has faxed this memo to journalists.
16th July Fox Sports News - Leeds Utd.
"The club will be playing a 4-2-3-1 for the time being with an attacking philosophy, with short fluid passing. For the rest of the window i will be focusing on brining in Ademilson deputising for Becchio first season with Adryan planning to be involved for the get go. Im planning on training hard, playing attractive football and hopefully one new Centre Mid who can direct the play.
I want to thank all the media's attention, and support going forward. I shall try to bring success to this storied club.
Kind regards John John.