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Leeds 2007-08 Match Worn Shirt - Dave Prutton. Unwashed and from a KNOWN game.

 

Season: The 2007–08 season was Leeds' first ever season in the third tier of English football and saw them finish in the play-offs in League One. Dennis Wise started the season as manager, but left the club in January 2008 to join Newcastle as Executive Director of Football. Wise was replaced just days later with former Leeds captain, Gary McAllister. In pre-season, the club were hit with a 15-point deduction for exiting administration without a CVA. However, the team won their first seven games and effectively eliminated the 15-point deduction. As the season progressed, results slipped, but the team still finished 5th in the league - qualifying them for the play-offs. In the play-off semi-finals, the club beat Carlisle over two legs, booking them a place at Wembley in the final. However, dreams were shattered when the team were beat 1-0 by Doncaster, resigning the club to a second season in League One.

 

Player: David Prutton. Prutton joined Leeds on 7 August 2007. Prutton generally played in a right midfield role during Dennis Wise's rule at the club. When Gary McAllister became manager, Prutton was moved to his natural central midfield role, and put in several man-of-the-match performances. He was one of Leeds' most consistent performers in the 2007–08 season, having started over 40 matches and winning several man of the match awards along the way. Prutton also became a cult hero amongst the Leeds fans, due to his humour in interviews, and also his Jesus-Like appearance. Following Simon Grayson's appointment as Leeds United manager, Prutton became somewhat of a peripheral figure in Leeds' first team squads and let the club at the end of the 2009/10 season.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer  sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Coca-Cola Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt is unwashed and was given in person by the player. The shirt is signed (to me) on the front and back and was worn in the 2-0 victory against Swindon at Elland Road.

 

2007/08 David Prutton Leeds Match Worn Shirt - unwashed v Swindon. Signed by the player.

 

 


 

 

Leeds 2007-08 Match Worn Shirt - Paul Huntington from the Play-Off Final at Wembley!

  

Season: The 2007–08 season was Leeds' first ever season in the third tier of English football and saw them finish in the play-offs in League One. Dennis Wise started the season as manager, but left the club in January 2008 to join Newcastle as Executive Director of Football. Wise was replaced just days later with former Leeds captain, Gary McAllister. In pre-season, the club were hit with a 15-point deduction for exiting administration without a CVA. However, the team won their first seven games and effectively eliminated the 15-point deduction. As the season progressed, results slipped, but the team still finished 5th in the league - qualifying them for the play-offs. In the play-off semi-finals, the club beat Carlisle over two legs, booking them a place at Wembley in the final. However, dreams were shattered when the team were beat 1-0 by Doncaster, resigning the club to a second season in League One.

 

Player: Paul Huntington. On 31 August 2007 he transferred to Leeds United for an undisclosed fee believed to be £500,000. The move was seen as a coup by Leeds as Huntington had played in the Premier League. Huntington established himself as Leeds' first-choice centre-back. He was on good form during the run-in to the end of the 2007–08 season and manager Gary McAllister said Huntington has a bright future ahead of him. However following an injury and the arrival of Simon Grayson then Huntington failed to establish himself as a first team regular and was allowed to leave in February 2010.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, unique match detail embroidered above and below club crest, plastic transfer  sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Coca-Cola Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. A very rare shirt that was worn in the Coca-Cola League 1 Play-Off Final at Wembley. The shirt was obtained from former Leeds player Ben Parker. 

 

2007/08 Paul Huntington Leeds Match Worn Shirt - worn during the Play-Off Final at Wembley.

 

 


 

 Leeds 2008-09 Match Worn Shirt - Jermaine Beckford. Squad signed and has letter from a Leeds player confirming authenticity.

 

Season: The 2008–09 season was Leeds United F.C.'s second consecutive season in the third tier of English football and for the second year running saw them finish in the play-offs in League One. Gary McAllister started the season as manager, but after a poor run of games in late 2008, his contact was terminated and he was replaced by Simon Grayson. After a nervy first few games, Grayson lifted the side from 8th to 4th, resulting in a place in the play-offs. During this time, the club recorded an incredible 11 consecutive home wins. Although to the heartbreak of Leeds fans, the club failed in the play-offs again, being defeated by Millwall in the semi-finals.

 

Player: Jermaine Beckford. During the season, Jermaine Beckford scored 34 goals in all competitions - the highest in the country. Jermaine was a crowd favourite and scored 72 goals in 126 appearances for the club. He most memorable moments included a winning goal at Old Trafford and on the final day of the 2009-10 season which clinched Promotion to the Championship. Jermaine was voted Leeds' Player of the Season in both 2008 and 2009.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer  sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Coca-Cola Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt is squad signed on the front. The shirt was obtained from former Leeds player Ben Parker and has a letter (from him) of authenticity.

 

 2008/09 Jermaine Beckford Leeds Match Worn Shirt - squad signed!

 

 

 


 

  

Leeds 2008-09 Match Worn Shirt - Fabian Delph.

 

Season: The 2008–09 season was Leeds United F.C.'s second consecutive season in the third tier of English football and for the second year running saw them finish in the play-offs in League One. Gary McAllister started the season as manager, but after a poor run of games in late 2008, his contact was terminated and he was replaced by Simon Grayson. After a nervy first few games, Grayson lifted the side from 8th to 4th, resulting in a place in the play-offs. During this time, the club recorded an incredible 11 consecutive home wins. Although to the heartbreak of Leeds fans, the club failed in the play-offs again, being defeated by Millwall in the semi-finals.

 

Player: Fabian Delph. Delph was awarded his first professional contract on 11 January 2008, and made two appearances for Leeds in the 2007–08 season, both as a substitute.Delph impressed in the 2008–09 pre-season and after making several first team appearances signed a new 4 year contract. Delph's form attracted the attention of Premier League managers and during the January 2009 transfer window, Leeds rejected another two bids from Premier League for Delph. By March 2009, his performances during the 2008–09 season earned Delph a nomination for the League One player of the year and helped him to win the young player of the year in the end of season Football League Awards.The awards for the 2008–09 season did not end there, with Delph winning young player of the season, goal of the season, for his strike against Brighton and player's player of the season at the club awards.After Leeds lost out in the playoff semi finals against Millwall,there was much speculation about Fabian's future at Leeds, and Delph completed his move to Premiership club Aston Villa.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer  sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Coca-Cola Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. A fantastic shirt that is framed and signed by the entire squad. This shirt was presented to a club sponsor and comes direct from the club.

 

2008/09 Fabian Delph Leeds Match Worn Shirt - framed and squad signed!

 

 

 


 

Leeds 2009-10 Match Worn Shirt - Ankergren. Unwashed!

 

Season: The 2009–10 season was Leeds United A.F.C.'s third consecutive season in the third tier of English football which saw them finish second in League One, thus winning promotion to The Championship. In other competitions, the club played a number of Premier League sides including a historic victory over rivals Manchester United in the FA Cup. The club's run in the FA Cup was the longest since 2003. Leeds also secured a place in the Football League Trophy area final, but lost to Carlisle United on penalties. Simon Grayson became the first manager in five years to complete a full season as Leeds boss and celebrated it by winning the club's first promotion in twenty years.

 

Player: Casper Ankergren. Casper initially signed on loan in January 2007 and established himself as a firm favourite with the Leeds fans and displaced Neil Sullivan, Tony Warner and Graham Stack, putting in a number of match winning saves and performances. He transferred to Leeds for an undisclosed fee from Brøndby, and was Leeds' first choice goalkeeper in the 2007–08 season. When Gary McAllister took charge then on occasions he would favour David Lucas, but returned to being first choice keeper under new manager Simon Grayson. At the start of the 2009/10 season, Ankergren was Leeds' number two goalkeeper behind Shane Higgs. However injury to Higgs meant that Ankergren made 39 appearances that season including a heroic display in the 1-0 victory at Old Trafford. It was announced at the end of the 2009/10 season that Ankergren would not be offered a new deal at Leeds and was replaced at Leeds by a fellow Dane Kasper Schmeichel after making a total of 121 appearance for the club.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer  sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Coca-Cola Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt is unwashed and has visible match stains on it.

 

2009/10 Kasper Ankergren Leeds Match Worn Shirt - unwashed and worn during the PROMOTION season.

 

 


 

Leeds 2009-10 Match Worn Shirt - Becchio. Squad signed and comes with letter from Huddersfield Town.

 

Season: The 2009–10 season was Leeds United A.F.C.'s third consecutive season in the third tier of English football which saw them finish second in League One, thus winning promotion to The Championship. In other competitions, the club played a number of Premier League sides including a historic victory over rivals Manchester United in the FA Cup. The club's run in the FA Cup was the longest since 2003. Leeds also secured a place in the Football League Trophy area final, but lost to Carlisle United on penalties. Simon Grayson became the first manager in five years to complete a full season as Leeds boss and celebrated it by winning the club's first promotion in twenty years.

 

Player: Luciano Becchio. The Argentine marksman scored 86 goals in 221 appearances and established himself in the all-time top 10 leading league goal scorers for the club. A popular figure with fans, Luciano, was known for his whole-hearted performances and had a eye for goal. Becchio and fellow striker Beckford linked up fantastically contributing 17 goals in the 2009-10 season and becoming the clubs second highest goal scorer. In January 2013 Becchio was another Leeds player to transfer to Premiership club Norwich, a deal that saw Steve Morison arrive at Leeds.

 

 Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer  sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Coca-Cola Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt is squad signed and shows heavy match use. The shirt was obtained after the Huddersfield away match by their kit man and has a letter (from him) of authenticity.

 

2009/10 Luciano Becchio Leeds Match Worn Shirt - worn v Huddersfield during the PROMOTION season. Squad signed.

 

 


 

 

Leeds 2009-10 Match Worn Shirt - Jermaine Beckford. Still filthy from a KNOWN game in the PROMOTION season!

 

Season: The 2009–10 season was Leeds United A.F.C.'s third consecutive season in the third tier of English football which saw them finish second in League One, thus winning promotion to The Championship. In other competitions, the club played a number of Premier League sides including a historic victory over rivals Manchester United in the FA Cup. The club's run in the FA Cup was the longest since 2003. Leeds also secured a place in the Football League Trophy area final, but lost to Carlisle United on penalties. Simon Grayson became the first manager in five years to complete a full season as Leeds boss and celebrated it by winning the club's first promotion in twenty years.

 

Player: Jermaine Beckford. Jermaine Beckford. For the third season in a row, Jermaine Beckford was the club's top goal scorer with 31 goals in all competitions; Beckford was again named the League One Player of the Year, however lost out on the club's Player of the Year to Patrick Kisnorbo. Jermaine was a crowd favourite and scored 72 goals in 126 appearances for the club. He most memorable moments included a winning goal at Old Trafford and on the final day of the 2009-10 season which clinched Promotion to the Championship. Jermaine was voted Leeds' Player of the Season in both 2008 and 2009.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer  sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Coca-Cola Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt is unwashed and filthy. The shirt was worn in the 3-0 defeat against Swindon at Elland Road. A significant match as Leeds slipped out of the automatic places for the first time that season and therefore this game will probably go down as the wake-up call that was needed.

 

2009/10 Jermaine Beckford Leeds Match Worn Shirt - unwashed v Swindon during the PROMOTION season.

 

 


 

Leeds 2009-10 Match Worn Shirt - Max Gradel. From the promotion winning season!

 

Season: The 2009–10 season was Leeds United A.F.C.'s third consecutive season in the third tier of English football which saw them finish second in League One, thus winning promotion to The Championship. In other competitions, the club played a number of Premier League sides including a historic victory over rivals Manchester United in the FA Cup. The club's run in the FA Cup was the longest since 2003. Leeds also secured a place in the Football League Trophy area final, but lost to Carlisle United on penalties. Simon Grayson became the first manager in five years to complete a full season as Leeds boss and celebrated it by winning the club's first promotion in twenty years.

 

Player: Max Gradel. Max was initially signed on loan from Leicester City and after making an immediate impact with his pace and trickery the Elland Road faithful were quick to chant 'Grayson sign him up'. Gradel was signed permanently and put in many hardworking man of the match displays during the 2009-10 promotion season. However in Leeds United's final match of the 2009–10 season against Bristol Rovers Gradel was sent off after a moment of madness and then refused to leave the pitch. When Gradel returned after suspension in the 2010-11 season he was fantastic and went on to win Leeds Player of the Season and Players Player of the Season. Gradel left Leeds early in the 2011-12 season after making 63 appearances for the club and scoring 22 times.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer  sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Coca-Cola Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. Worn v Charlton (where Leeds would have been promoted had they won the game) and thrown into the crowd after the game.

 

2009/10 Max Gradel Leeds Match Worn Shirt - worn during the PROMOTION season.

 

 


 

 

Leeds 2009-10 Match Worn Shirt - Bradley Johnson. From the promotion winning season!

 

Season: The 2009–10 season was Leeds United A.F.C.'s third consecutive season in the third tier of English football which saw them finish second in League One, thus winning promotion to The Championship. In other competitions, the club played a number of Premier League sides including a historic victory over rivals Manchester United in the FA Cup. The club's run in the FA Cup was the longest since 2003. Leeds also secured a place in the Football League Trophy area final, but lost to Carlisle United on penalties. Simon Grayson became the first manager in five years to complete a full season as Leeds boss and celebrated it by winning the club's first promotion in twenty years.

 

Player: Bradley Johnson. Johnson was signed midway through the 2007-08 season from Northampton and played for Leeds in the League 1 playoff final against Doncaster Rovers at Wembley, but was on the losing side as Leeds lost 1–0. After struggling to get a first team place under manager Gary McAllister due to the emergence of Fabian Delph, Johnson joined League One rivals Brighton & Hove Albion on loan. After a successful loan then he returned to his parent club Leeds United, now with a new manager, Simon Grayson. Johnson found himself back in the first team picture as his performances drastically improved and during the 2009-10 and 2010-11 season he was regarded as an important first team regular. After publicised war of words between Johnson and Chairman Ken Bates about contract negotiations  Johnson signed for Premiership Norwich on a free transfer. He made 199 appearances for the club and scored 16 times, one being his strike against Arsenal which won Leeds' 2011 Goal of the Season award.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer  sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Coca-Cola Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back.

 

2009/10 Bradley Johnson Leeds Match Worn Shirt - worn during the PROMOTION season.

 

 


 

Leeds 2009-10 Match Worn Shirt - Robert Snodgrass! v Bristol Rovers when Leeds won promotion from League One!

 

Season: The 2009–10 season was Leeds United A.F.C.'s third consecutive season in the third tier of English football which saw them finish second in League One, thus winning promotion to The Championship. In other competitions, the club played a number of Premier League sides including a historic victory over rivals Manchester United in the FA Cup. The club's run in the FA Cup was the longest since 2003. Leeds also secured a place in the Football League Trophy area final, but lost to Carlisle United on penalties. Simon Grayson became the first manager in five years to complete a full season as Leeds boss and celebrated it by winning the club's first promotion in twenty years.

 

Player: Robert Snodgrass. Robert arrived at Elland Road in 2008 and was a tricky winger that could run comfortable with the ball whilst delivering accurate passes. A fans favourite for his hardworking displays and never-say-die attitude. Snodgrass made 57 appearances (11 goals) in the 2009/10 season. He later went onto captain the side in the 2011/12 but after a lack of investment in the team he demanded a move and as a consequence was another Leeds player that made a move to Norwich. In total Snodgrass made 168 appearances for the club and scored 35 times. Snodgrass was voted Leeds' Player of the Season in 2012.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer  sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Coca-Cola Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. This shirt was worn in the final home game of the season when Leeds clinched promotion to the Championship following a 2-1 victory over Bristol Rovers. A very unique shirt as Leeds wore the 2010/11 shirt for the final game of the 2009/10 season. What makes this shirt special is that it has the Coco-Cola Championship sleeve patches on the shirt which were only used in this game as Npower badges were used the following season. The shirt is also signed by Snodgrass with the message 'Leeds 2-1 Bristol R. Leeds are going up! 8/5/10'. An incredible shirt from a historic day!

 

2009/10 Robert Snodgrass Leeds Match Worn Shirt - worn v Bristol Rovers when Leeds clinched PROMOTION. Signed with match details by player! Awesome shirt!