LUFC On this day August 13th
A look back at what happened at Leeds United on August 13th in recent history.
Results on this day
1969 Arsenal (h) D 0-0 Division One
1997 Sheffield Wednesday (a) W 3-1 Premiership
2005 Luton Town (a) D 0-0 Championship
2006 Crystal Palace (a) L 0-1 Championship
2011 Middlesbrough (h) L 1-2 Championship
Leeds are held to a 0-0 draw in their third game of the season at Luton Town.
Leeds are beaten 1-0 at Crystal Palace in a game that sees Geoff Horsfield sent off for Leeds in the opening fifteen minutes.
Leeds are handed a home second round Carling Cup tie against Crystal Palace after beating Chester City in the first round.
Leeds will face Watford at home in the second round of the Carling Cup when the draw is made following Leeds first round win over Darlington.
Mike Grella signs a new three-year deal at Elland Road after impressing Leeds boss Simon Grayson in pre-season.
Leeds lose their first game at home in ten months when referee Anthony Taylor takes centre stage in the 1-0 defeat to Middlesbrough. Both Max Gradel and Jonny Howson are sent off for Leeds and Tony McMahon is sent off for the visitors. Marvin Emnes scores the only goal of the game as Leeds poor start to the season continues.
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