First game, goal and point of the season with a 1-1 draw against relegated Burnley at Elland Road. Mirco Antenucci wheels away after scoring, his goal was a thing of beauty just a shame the visitors equalised within minutes.
A forty five minutes young Lewis Cook will never forget, he got his first goal but then was sent off before half time. Leeds drew the game 1-1 but lost on penalties to go out in the first round of the Carling Cup. Leeds had never gone out of the competition so early before.
A hard fought 0-0 draw at Reading where both teams struggled to break each other's defence. Nearly seven thousand fans travelled to support the Head Coach and his team.
At Ashton Gate Leeds were 2-0 up through goals from a penalty from Mirco Antenucci and Chris Wood's first competitive goal but defensive lapses gifted the 'Robin's' two very late goals in the 2-2 draw. This should have been Leeds' first win of the season.
After a 'wonder goal' by Sheffield Wednesday, Leeds fought back to earn a share of the points with another goal from Chris Wood. Stuart Dallas' involvement in the goal gave fans hope that the ex Brentford winger could be excellent signing.
In the game before the first international break Leeds produced a impressive performance in beating Derby County 2-1, it was their first win at Pride Park / Ipro Stadium since 2002. Tom Adeyemi and a last minute Chris Wood goal, his third in three games were the Leeds scorers.
Another goal from Mirco Antenucci saved Leeds from their first defeat of the season against Brentford, the Italian talisman this season has made a impact when coming on as a substitute. Leeds struggled against a well organised team and were a shadow of the team that beat Derby.
The poorest performance of the season so far, Ipswich Town took the three points at Elland Road as Leeds after a bright start offered little in the attacking third of the field. Tommy Smith getting the goal in the 1-0 defeat, To add to the fans woes, Adam Pearson resigned from the club leaving Cellino to again 'drive' the bus.
After the disappointment of the Ipswich game, the club needed a lift and got one at MK Dons. Charlie Taylor was the architect of the 2-1 win, first he won the penalty that Chris Wood converted then after a run he finished superbly. The 'Dons' got one back but Leeds backed by massive away support hung on for the victory.
By Keith Ingham