A trip to Millwall started the season off on a disappointing note. A 2-0 defeat was not the best start to David Hockaday's reign as first team 'coach'
'Sully' Doukara scored two as Leeds beat Accrington Stanley 2-1. Gaetano Berardi was sent off late in the game for a rash challenge on a Accrington player.
Billy Sharp signed from Southampton and in his first game grabbed a late winner against Middlesborough at Elland Road. His celebration won't be forgotten as he ripped off his shirt, not bad for a fat lad from Sheffield.
A bad day at the office as Brighton resplendent in a hideous away shirt claimed three points with a 2-0 win. It was a less than inspiring performance from Leeds. Another bad result on a Tuesday.
Watford beat Leeds 4-1, it was a even game until Bellusci saw red for a professional foul. There were rumours that Cellino would sack Hockaday after this latest defeat. He didn't but the under fire 'coach' knew the end was near.
Matt Smith's last goal in a Leeds shirt, he was sold on deadline day to Fulham for around £750,000. Bradford City won the game 2-1 with two late goals.
The end of the tenure of David Hockaday followed the defeat at Bradford City, the little known former non league manager survived only six games. Massimo Cellino admitted he'd made a mistake in appointing him as 'coach'.
Leeds turned to Neil Redfearn as the search for the next coach began. The likeable Youth team manager took over as caretaker manager.
Stephen Warnock scored the only goal of the game as Leeds beat Bolton Wanderers 1-0 to begin Neil Redfearn's tenure with a win. Marco SIlvestri kept Bolton out with a stunning double save in injury time.
Alex Mowatt dedicated this goal to his late grandfather as Leeds came from behind to draw 1-1 with Birmingham City. This was a spirited performance, especially in the second half.
Giuisseppi Bellusci scored a brilliant free kick in the away win at Bournemouth. Leeds won 3-1 with the other goals coming from 'Sully' Doukara and Mirko Antenucci. The best performance of the season so far.
Mirko Antenucci grabs his first goal at Elland Road in the 3-0 demolition of near neighbours Huddersfield Town. The other scorers were Rudy Austin and Mirko Antenucci. This game probably was Neil Redfearn's last as caretaker coach. Three wins and a draw was a impressive record while in charge.