York City Vs Leeds United

20 Jul 19
Majalah Dunia

Jadwal Pertandingan Sepakbola 20 Juli 2019 – 21 Juli 2019. Liga-liga top di belahan dunia saat ini sudah kembali bergulir. Berikut ini kami berikan Jadwal Sepakbola Hari Ini dari liga-liga top di dunia.

20 Jul 19
Multi Toto

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19 Jul 19
SBI Soccer

The Africa Cup of Nations is set to end on Friday as the biennial event’s final will feature Senegal and Algeria. Major League Soccer’s weekend will see plenty of key matches played out. One of those matches includes a pair of Los Angeles teams as LAFC visits Zlatan Ibrahimovic and his L.A. Galaxy teammates. Club […]

17 Jul 19
Multi Toto

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16 Jul 19
Sport Archives

IT might just appear to be a pre-season friendly, but these two famous clubs are anything but cordial. Man United and Leeds go head-to-head in Perth on Wednesday at noon UK time, and you can bet there will be some tough tackles flying in from both sets of players, not to mention the stick fans […]

16 Jul 19
The Sun
IT might just appear to be a preseason friendly, but these two famous clubs are anything but cordial. Man United and Leeds go head-to-head in Perth on Wednesday at noon UK time, and you can bet there will be some tough tackles flying in from both sets of players, not to mention the stick fans will likely be giving each other. Man United and Leeds United have always had a bitter footballing rivalry That’s because the counties the two clubs come from share a rivalry, sometimes nicknamed the ‘Roses rivalry’, that’s steeped in history dating as far back as the 15th century and the bloody Wars of the Roses. And it didn’t end there. As soon as the industrial revolution came along in the 18th and 19th century, Yorkshire and Lancashire were at it again in direct competition for economic growth. Football didn’t help matters either, when the Sir Matt Busby and Don Revie era brought their two famous clubs together for some epic battles in the 60s and 70s. RICH HISTORY But to work out the origins of where their rivalry began, you have to go back to the days of Tudor Kings. In the 15th century, a series of civil wars were fought between the rival Plantagenet royal houses of York and Lancaster, who were battling for the throne of England. The most bloody of the Wars of the Roses took place just 15 miles from Leeds at the Battle of Towton. Interestingly, the colours of each team’s home strip corresponds to the respective rose representing their historic county. Leeds play in a white kit, which resembles the Yorkshire rose, while Man United play in red in relation to the Lancashire rose. The conflict lasted with sporadic battles between 1455 and 1487, until eventually the wars eliminated the male lines of both families. King Richard III’s Yorkist troops fight Lancastrians in the Battle of Bosworth Field, during the Wars of the Roses,on 22nd August 1485 YOU SAY YOU WANT A REVOLUTION During the 18th and 19th century the industrial revolution in Britain meant the country was going through an unprecedented economic growth. And cities likes Manchester and Leeds were at the forefront of economical change. Leeds’ economy had grown at an astonishing rate thanks to the woollen industry, while in Manchester cotton was flourishing, with factories fuelled by the transportation of cheap coal down the Bridgewater Canal. Both cities invested in architecture, with Leeds finishing construction on their Town Hall ahead of Manchester in 1858, who opened theirs 19 years later. That was seen as major coup for Yorkshire to get there first. The Industrial Revolution saw Leeds profit and helped finance the building of their Town Hall in 1858 Manchester’s Town Hall wasnt erected until 1877 FOOTBALL WAS BORN Man United were the first side to emerge as Newton Heath L&YR in 1878, although they were established by employees of Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway to cover both counties. In 1902, they became Manchester United, while Leeds – traditionally a rugby league city – launched Leeds City two years later. The two teams played each other for the first time in 1906 in the Second Division at Man United’s Bank Street stadium in front of just 6,000 fans. Leeds City ran out 3-0 winners, but United won the return game at Elland Road 2–1 later that season. Man United were the first side to emerge as Newton Heath L&YR in 1878 BUSBY VS REVIE It wasn’t till after the Second World War that Man United became a footballing power, winning three titles in the 1950s. But in the 1960s, Leeds emerged as their rivals thanks to the uncompromising Don Revie. While Sir Matt Busby promoted the beautiful game with free-flowing football and the likes of George Best, Bobby Charlton and Denis Law, Revie’s team featured tough-tacklers Billy Bremner and Norman ‘Bites Yer Legs’ Hunter snarling at opposition players. The 1965 FA Cup semi-final showed the contrasting styles best, in a match which saw a punch-up between Law and Jack Charlton. “Both sides behaved like a pack of dogs snapping and snarling at each other over a bone,” the Yorkshire Post commented at the time. The ill-tempered affair ended 0-0, but Leeds won the replay 1-0 thanks to an 89th minute winner. However, that same season United pipped Leeds to the championship by virtue of a better goal average. Man United became a footballing power in the 1950s thanks to Sir Matt Busby However, in the 1960s Don Revie’s Leeds side became a big rival to the Red Devils Battles between United and Leeds during that period always got physical The Charlton brothers Bobby and Jack often played against each other during the intense clashes FANS AT WAR In the 1970s, we moved from battles on the pitch to fights on the terraces. The emergence of football hooliganism in Britain saw firms like the Leeds United Service Crew and Man United’s Red Army embroiled in violent scraps. Fortunately, the clashes between both sets of fans dispersed when hooliganism began to decline and Leeds’ fortunes meant the sides rarely met. A RARE SIGHT Unbelievably, Wednesday’s friendly will be only the third time the two clubs have met since Leeds were relegated in 2004. After a six-year wait, the Yorkshire giants faced off against Man United in a FA Cup third round tie at Old Trafford in 2010. Leeds sneaked a 1-0 win that day, but a year later were thrashed 3-0 at Elland Road in the League Cup. Similarly, when Leeds were relegated in 1982 from the old First Division they had to wait eight years until they could play their rivals in the top flight again. In recent years, Man United and Leeds have rarely faced off against each other However, in 2010 Leeds caused an upset in a FA Cup third round tie beating the Red Devils 1-0 at Old Trafford ‘JUDAS’ When it comes to their players crossing the Pennines, Leeds United have had to endure some of their favourite sons signing for their hated rivals. In 1978, two of Leeds’ best players at the time Joe Jordan and Gordon McQueen were both sold to Manchester United, which caused an uproar. McQueen was jeered and had objects thrown at him the next time he appeared at Elland Road, but he had the last laugh scoring with a header. Eric Cantona was another fans’ favourite who was inexplicably allowed to join Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford by Howard Wilkinson. His arrival at Manchester United sparked Fergie’s fledglings into life, and they soon became the country’s most dominant side. Alan Smith, a local Leeds boy, was also brave enough to jump ship when Leeds were relegated from the Premier League. He was dubbed “Judas” by Leeds fans after insisting he wouldn’t leave the club, even if they were relegated and years before in an interview on Soccer AM said he’d never join Man United. Joe Jordan left Leeds to play for Man United in 1978 Scottish legend Gordon McQueen also made the move to Old Trafford with Joe Jordan Eric Cantona kick-started Man Uniteds success when he was sold by Howard Wilkinson Alan Smith once vowed hed never sign for Man United until Leeds were relegated in 2004 AND EVEN DONALD TRUMP GETS IT When the now US President was just an incredibly successful businessman, he appeared on TV show Saint and Greavsie in 1991 to help with the draw for the fifth round of the league cup. [article-rail-topic title=”latest football features” term_id=”12309″ posts_number=”8″ /] After pulling out the likes of Norwich City, Nottingham Forest (or Southampton), and Middlesbrough from the bag he unwittingly paired Leeds and Man United together. Cue gasps and laughter in the studio, as Jimmy Greaves points out: “You don’t realise what you’ve done there.” Trump didn’t, but the rest of the country knows how much these two teams despise one another. [bc_video video_id=”6059721445001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking forward to renewing the rivalry with Australia’s Leeds United”]
16 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
IT might just appear to be a pre-season friendly, but these two famous clubs are anything but cordial. Man United and Leeds go head-to-head in Perth on Wednesday at noon UK time, and you can bet there will be some tough tackles flying in from both sets of players, not to mention the stick fans will likely be giving each other. Man United and Leeds United have always had a bitter footballing rivalry That’s because the clubs come from the counties involved in the ‘Roses rivalry’, that’s steeped in history dating as far back as the 15th century and the bloody Wars of the Roses. And it didn’t end there. As soon as the industrial revolution came along in the 18th and 19th century, Yorkshire and Lancashire were at it again in direct competition for economic growth. Football didn’t help matters either, when the Sir Matt Busby and Don Revie era brought their two famous clubs together for some epic battles in the 60s and 70s. RICH HISTORY But to work out the origins of where their rivalry began, you have to go back to the days of Tudor Kings. In the 15th century, a series of civil wars were fought between the rival Plantagenet royal houses of York and Lancaster, who were battling for the throne of England. The conflict lasted with sporadic battles between 1455 and 1487, until eventually the wars eliminated the male lines of both families and the House of Lancaster triumphed. Interestingly, Leeds play in a white kit, which resembles the Yorkshire rose, while Man United play in red in relation to the Lancashire rose. Later, during the industrial revolution in the 18th and 19th century, cities likes Manchester and Leeds flourished. Leeds’ economy had grown at an astonishing rate thanks to the wool industry, while in Manchester cotton was flourishing, with factories fuelled by the transportation of cheap coal down the Bridgewater Canal. In the 20th century, the battle would be on the pitch. King Richard III’s Yorkist troops fight Lancastrians in the Battle of Bosworth Field, during the Wars of the Roses,on 22nd August 1485 FOOTBALL WAS BORN Man United were the first side to emerge as Newton Heath L&YR in 1878, although they were established by employees of Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway to cover both counties. In 1902, they became Manchester United, while Leeds – traditionally a rugby league city – launched Leeds City two years later. The two teams played for the first time in 1906 in the Second Division at Man United’s Bank Street stadium in front of just 6,000 fans. Leeds City ran out 3-0 winners, but United won the return game at Elland Road 2–1 later that season. Man United were the first side to emerge as Newton Heath L&YR in 1878 BUSBY VS REVIE It wasn’t till after the Second World War that Man United became a footballing power, winning three titles in the 1950s. But in the 1960s, Leeds emerged as their rivals thanks to the uncompromising Don Revie. While Sir Matt Busby promoted the beautiful game with free-flowing football and the likes of George Best, Bobby Charlton and Denis Law, Revie’s team featured tough-tacklers Billy Bremner and Norman ‘Bites Yer Legs’ Hunter snarling at opposition players. The 1965 FA Cup semi-final showed the contrasting styles best, in a match which saw a punch-up between Law and Jack Charlton. “Both sides behaved like a pack of dogs snapping and snarling at each other over a bone,” the Yorkshire Post commented at the time. The ill-tempered affair ended 0-0, but Leeds won the replay 1-0 thanks to an 89th-minute winner. However, that same season United pipped Leeds to the title by virtue of a better goal average. Man United became a footballing power in the 1950s thanks to Sir Matt Busby However, in the 1960s Don Revie’s Leeds side became a big rival to the Red Devils Battles between United and Leeds during that period always got physical The Charlton brothers Bobby and Jack often played against each other during the intense clashes FANS AT WAR In the 1970s, we moved from battles on the pitch to fights on the terraces. The emergence of football hooliganism in Britain saw firms like the Leeds United Service Crew and Man United’s Red Army embroiled in violent scraps. Fortunately, the clashes between both sets of fans dispersed when hooliganism began to decline and Leeds’ fortunes meant the sides rarely met. A RARE SIGHT Unbelievably, Wednesday’s friendly will be only the third time the two clubs have met since Leeds were relegated from the Premier League in 2004. After a six-year wait, the Yorkshire giants faced off against their bitter rivals in a FA Cup third round tie at Old Trafford in 2010. Leeds sneaked a 1-0 win that day, but a year later were thrashed 3-0 at Elland Road in the League Cup. Similarly, when Leeds were relegated in 1982 from the old First Division they had to wait eight years until they could play their rivals in the top flight again. In recent years, Man United and Leeds have rarely faced off against each other However, in 2010 Leeds caused an upset in a FA Cup third round tie beating the Red Devils 1-0 at Old Trafford ‘JUDAS’ When it comes to their players crossing the Pennines, Leeds have had to endure some of their favourite sons signing for their hated rivals. In 1978, two of their best players at the time, Joe Jordan and Gordon McQueen, were sold to Man U, which caused an uproar. McQueen was jeered and had objects thrown at him the next time he appeared at Elland Road, but he had the last laugh scoring with a header. Eric Cantona was another fans’ favourite who was inexplicably allowed to join Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford by Howard Wilkinson. His arrival at Manchester United sparked Fergie’s Fledglings into life, and they soon became the country’s most dominant side. Alan Smith, a local Leeds boy, was also brave enough to jump ship when the Whites were relegated from the Premier League. He was dubbed “Judas” by Leeds fans after insisting he wouldn’t leave the club, even if they were relegated and years before in an interview on Soccer AM said he’d never join Man United. Joe Jordan left Leeds to play for Man United in 1978 Scottish legend Gordon McQueen also made the move to Old Trafford with Joe Jordan Eric Cantona kick-started Man Uniteds success when he was sold by Howard Wilkinson Alan Smith once vowed hed never sign for Man United until Leeds were relegated in 2004 AND EVEN DONALD TRUMP GETS IT When the now US President was just a big businessman, he appeared on TV show Saint and Greavsie in 1991 to help with the draw for the fifth round of the League Cup. [article-rail-topic title=”latest football features” term_id=”12309″ posts_number=”8″ /] After pulling out the likes of Norwich City, Nottingham Forest (or Southampton), and Middlesbrough from the bag he unwittingly paired Leeds and Man United together. Cue gasps and laughter in the studio, as Jimmy Greaves points out: “You don’t realise what you’ve done there.” Trump didn’t, but the rest of the country knows how much these two teams despise one another. Back in 1991 Donaldo Trump paired Man United and Leeds in the League Cup [bc_video video_id=”6059721445001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking forward to renewing the rivalry with Australia’s Leeds United”]
16 Jul 19
The Irish Sun
IT might just appear to be a pre-season friendly, but these two famous clubs are anything but cordial. Man United and Leeds go head-to-head in Perth on Wednesday at noon UK time, and you can bet there will be some tough tackles flying in from both sets of players, not to mention the stick fans will likely be giving each other. Man United and Leeds United have always had a bitter footballing rivalry That’s because the clubs come from the counties involved in the ‘Roses rivalry’, that’s steeped in history dating as far back as the 15th century and the bloody Wars of the Roses. And it didn’t end there. As soon as the industrial revolution came along in the 18th and 19th century, Yorkshire and Lancashire were at it again in direct competition for economic growth. Football didn’t help matters either, when the Sir Matt Busby and Don Revie era brought their two famous clubs together for some epic battles in the 60s and 70s. RICH HISTORY But to work out the origins of where their rivalry began, you have to go back to the days of Tudor Kings. In the 15th century, a series of civil wars were fought between the rival Plantagenet royal houses of York and Lancaster, who were battling for the throne of England. The conflict lasted with sporadic battles between 1455 and 1487, until eventually the wars eliminated the male lines of both families and the House of Lancaster triumphed. Interestingly, Leeds play in a white kit, which resembles the Yorkshire rose, while Man United play in red in relation to the Lancashire rose. Later, during the industrial revolution in the 18th and 19th century, cities likes Manchester and Leeds flourished. Leeds’ economy had grown at an astonishing rate thanks to the wool industry, while in Manchester cotton was flourishing, with factories fuelled by the transportation of cheap coal down the Bridgewater Canal. In the 20th century, the battle would be on the pitch. King Richard III’s Yorkist troops fight Lancastrians in the Battle of Bosworth Field, during the Wars of the Roses,on 22nd August 1485 FOOTBALL WAS BORN Man United were the first side to emerge as Newton Heath L&YR in 1878, although they were established by employees of Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway to cover both counties. In 1902, they became Manchester United, while Leeds – traditionally a rugby league city – launched Leeds City two years later. The two teams played for the first time in 1906 in the Second Division at Man United’s Bank Street stadium in front of just 6,000 fans. Leeds City ran out 3-0 winners, but United won the return game at Elland Road 2–1 later that season. Man United were the first side to emerge as Newton Heath L&YR in 1878 BUSBY VS REVIE It wasn’t till after the Second World War that Man United became a footballing power, winning three titles in the 1950s. But in the 1960s, Leeds emerged as their rivals thanks to the uncompromising Don Revie. While Sir Matt Busby promoted the beautiful game with free-flowing football and the likes of George Best, Bobby Charlton and Denis Law, Revie’s team featured tough-tacklers Billy Bremner and Norman ‘Bites Yer Legs’ Hunter snarling at opposition players. The 1965 FA Cup semi-final showed the contrasting styles best, in a match which saw a punch-up between Law and Jack Charlton. “Both sides behaved like a pack of dogs snapping and snarling at each other over a bone,” the Yorkshire Post commented at the time. The ill-tempered affair ended 0-0, but Leeds won the replay 1-0 thanks to an 89th-minute winner. However, that same season United pipped Leeds to the title by virtue of a better goal average. Man United became a footballing power in the 1950s thanks to Sir Matt Busby However, in the 1960s Don Revie’s Leeds side became a big rival to the Red Devils Battles between United and Leeds during that period always got physical The Charlton brothers Bobby and Jack often played against each other during the intense clashes FANS AT WAR In the 1970s, we moved from battles on the pitch to fights on the terraces. The emergence of football hooliganism in Britain saw firms like the Leeds United Service Crew and Man United’s Red Army embroiled in violent scraps. Fortunately, the clashes between both sets of fans dispersed when hooliganism began to decline and Leeds’ fortunes meant the sides rarely met. A RARE SIGHT Unbelievably, Wednesday’s friendly will be only the third time the two clubs have met since Leeds were relegated from the Premier League in 2004. After a six-year wait, the Yorkshire giants faced off against their bitter rivals in a FA Cup third round tie at Old Trafford in 2010. Leeds sneaked a 1-0 win that day, but a year later were thrashed 3-0 at Elland Road in the League Cup. Similarly, when Leeds were relegated in 1982 from the old First Division they had to wait eight years until they could play their rivals in the top flight again. In recent years, Man United and Leeds have rarely faced off against each other However, in 2010 Leeds caused an upset in a FA Cup third round tie beating the Red Devils 1-0 at Old Trafford ‘JUDAS’ When it comes to their players crossing the Pennines, Leeds have had to endure some of their favourite sons signing for their hated rivals. In 1978, two of their best players at the time, Joe Jordan and Gordon McQueen, were sold to Man U, which caused an uproar. McQueen was jeered and had objects thrown at him the next time he appeared at Elland Road, but he had the last laugh scoring with a header. Eric Cantona was another fans’ favourite who was inexplicably allowed to join Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford by Howard Wilkinson. His arrival at Manchester United sparked Fergie’s Fledglings into life, and they soon became the country’s most dominant side. Alan Smith, a local Leeds boy, was also brave enough to jump ship when the Whites were relegated from the Premier League. He was dubbed “Judas” by Leeds fans after insisting he wouldn’t leave the club, even if they were relegated and years before in an interview on Soccer AM said he’d never join Man United. Joe Jordan left Leeds to play for Man United in 1978 Scottish legend Gordon McQueen also made the move to Old Trafford with Joe Jordan Eric Cantona kick-started Man Uniteds success when he was sold by Howard Wilkinson Alan Smith once vowed hed never sign for Man United until Leeds were relegated in 2004 AND EVEN DONALD TRUMP GETS IT When the now US President was just a big businessman, he appeared on TV show Saint and Greavsie in 1991 to help with the draw for the fifth round of the League Cup. [article-rail-topic title=”latest football features” term_id=”12309″ posts_number=”8″ /] After pulling out the likes of Norwich City, Nottingham Forest (or Southampton), and Middlesbrough from the bag he unwittingly paired Leeds and Man United together. Cue gasps and laughter in the studio, as Jimmy Greaves points out: “You don’t realise what you’ve done there.” Trump didn’t, but the rest of the country knows how much these two teams despise one another. Back in 1991 Donaldo Trump paired Man United and Leeds in the League Cup [bc_video video_id=”6059721445001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking forward to renewing the rivalry with Australia’s Leeds United”]
16 Jul 19
Majalah Dunia

Prediksi Manchester United Vs Leeds United yang akan berlangsung di Optus Stadium. Manchester United akan menjalani laga pramusim mereka yang kedua melawan Leeds United dalam ajang Club Friendly, Rabu (17/07/2019) pukul 18.00 WIB.

11 Jul 19
RVMedia

Whites win second pre-season game… Guiseley | A. Trailist (D. Trialist 63), Cantrill, B. Trialist (McNally 63), Spencer, Bencherif, Garner, Felix, Barkers (Digie 74), Martin, C. Trialist (Starcenko 63), Johnson (E. Trialist).  Subs not used: Thornton, F. Trialist, Clayton. Leeds United | Peacock-Farrell (Miazek 45), Shackleton, Davis, White (Kenneh 74), Alioski (Huggins 86), Klich, Phillips, Bogusz, […]

07 Jul 19
Archy news nety

With the new edge of the Premier League season getting closer, the clubs are stepping up pre-season preparations before the 2019/20 campaign. With less than six weeks from the start of the new season, on August 10th, the best flying clubs returned this week after a seven-week break. For the most part, it will take […]

29 Jun 19
DemoAdefa's Blog

News Headlines Jun 29, 2019. Headlines From Nigeria’s Major Newspapers Compiled by The Punch FG begins Ruga settlements in Taraba, Adamawa, Plateau, Kaduna, others COZA pastor, Fatoyinbo, denies rape allegation, threatens to sue Minimum wage: FG-Labour meeting ends in a deadlock again EFCC accuses Saraki of diverting N12bn from Kwara treasury Robber lures Uber driver […]

21 Jun 19
Sport Archives

Leeds United added two more friendlies to their pre-season schedule earlier this week, with trips to York City and Guiseley confirmed. The Whites will take on National League North side York on July 10, before making the short trip to Guiseley the following day on July 11. Marcelo Bielsa’s side will then jet off to […]