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LUFC On This Day - October 6th

LUFC On This Day - October 6th

A look back at what has happened on October 6th in the history of Leeds United.

Results

1923 Clapton Orient (A) W 1-0 Division 2
1928 Newcastle United (A) L 2-3 Division 1
1934 West Bromwich Albion (A) L 3-6 Division 1
1951 Sheffield United (H) W 3-1 Division 2
1956 Cardiff City (A) L 1-4 Division 1
1962 Middlesbrough (H) L 2-3 Division 2
1969 Chelsea (A) L 0-2 League Cup
1971 West Ham United (A) D 0-0 League Cup
1973 Stoke City (H) D 1-1 Division 1
1976 West Ham United (A) W 3-1 Division 1
1979 Ipswich Town (H) W 2-1 Division 1
1982 Newcastle United (H) L 0-1 League Cup
1984 Sheffield United (H) D 1-1 Division 2
1987 York City (A) W 4-0 League Cup Leeds United won 5-1 on aggregate
1990 Crystal Palace (A) D 1-1 Division 1
1993 Sunderland (H) L 1-2 League Cup Sunderland won 4-2 on aggregate
2002 Aston Villa (A) D 0-0 Premiership
2007 Yeovil Town (H) W 1-0 League 1
2009 Darlington (H) W 2-1 Johnstones Paint Trophy
2012 Barnsley (H) W 1-0 Championship



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Writer:Dazza71
Date:Sunday October 6 2013
Time: 7:40AM

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