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Leeds United are managed now managed by Sam Allardyce, following the sacking of Javi Gracia after 71 days.
Big Sam will oversee Leeds for the final four games of the season.
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Leeds United have a solitary win against Nottingham Forest and 2 draws against Leicester City, Newcastle United over the last 10 games to thank for earning a mediocre 5 points. Leeds United have surrendered 30 goals in the process while scoring 12 to give them a poor 30 goal difference.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Leeds United
How long was the last manager in charge of Leeds United?
Jesse Marsch was in charge of the side for just under 12 months, he joined the team on February 28, 2022, and was sacked on February 6 2023, meaning he was at Elland Road for 11 months and 9 days.
Whats was the performance level Jesse Marsch at Leeds United?
In all, Jesse Marsch took charge of 37 games, winning 11, drawing 10 and losing 16 to give him a 29% win ratio, the previous manager Marcelo Bielsa had a 47.6% winning ration over 170 games.
Who is the favourite to be the next Leeds United manager?
Arend Slot, the manager of Dutch side Feyenoord has become the latest manager to be linked with the vacancy at Elland Road.
Leeds United History
The club is one of the most historic and successful clubs in English football history. Based in Leeds, West Yorkshire, the club has won numerous titles including three First Division championships, an FA Cup, a League Cup, and two Charity Shields. Despite their success, the club have had mixed results over recent years, they were relegated from the Premier League in the 2003/04 season and were in the Championship until 2019/20 when they gained promotion and finished their first season at an impressive 9th place in the league, however the following season they barely avoided relegation finishing 17th and have struggled in the current 22/23 season. With a rich history and a talented squad, Leeds United is a club that continues to command the attention of football fans around the world.
The team play at Elland Road, located in Leeds and was built in 1897 and has been the home of the club ever since. Over the years, Elland Road has undergone several renovations and expansions to increase its capacity and improve the facilities for players and fans. The stadium has hosted some of English football's biggest games and most memorable moments. The stadium has been the scene of many historic victories and heart-breaking defeats for Leeds United and has witnessed some of the game's greatest players in action. Today, Elland Road remains one of the most iconic stadiums in English football and continues to be a passionate and vibrant home for Leeds United and its supporters.
The capacity of Elland Road has changed several times throughout its history.
- 1897-1924: The original capacity was around 40,000 spectators.
- 1924-1957: The capacity was increased to approximately 57,000 spectators after several expansions and renovations.
- 1957-1993: The stadium was redeveloped and the capacity was reduced to around 40,000 spectators.
- 1993-present: Further renovations have taken place and the current capacity is 37,890 spectators.