Massimo Cellino amongst the fans for the away trip to Brentford. He was asked to leave later by stewards but the fans enjoyed him being in with them.
Darko Milanic, the man chosen by Massimo Cellino to replace David Hockaday started his tenure with a 2-0 defeat to Brentford. Here he passes on instructions to Stephen Warnock.
Alex Mowatt let's fly against Reading but his effort failed to hit the target. The 0-0 stalemate was a improvement on Milanic's team first outing but the lack of chances created was worrying.
The 'Warrior' sweeps home the equaliser against Sheffield Wednesday, Leeds had trailed to a breakaway goal by the visitors. Antenucci found Westwood in impressive form as the Wednesday keeper denied the home side a win.
Mirko Antenucci fired Leeds into a first half lead but a second half that offered little and encouraged Rotherham United to come from behind to win 2-1.
Adyran, pictured with his arms raised got his first chance to impress the fans with a appearance at Norwich City. The youngster had impressed in development games, his pass set up 'Sully' Doukara's equalising goal. A decent result at one of the highly rated teams.
Mirko Antenucci's impressive form continued with a first half goal at Elland Road versus Wolverhampton Wanderers but another poor second half performance meant another defeat, the 2-1 defeat was Milanic's sixth game without a win since starting the job.
Dead man walking, Darko Milanic was sacked after thirty two days in the Head Coach's job at Leeds. Massimo Cellino's patience finally went with the Slovakian, he (Cellino) said Milanic had a negative attitude and another watermelon was chucked in the bin.
Guess who's back, back again. Neil Redfearn became the third Head Coach of Leeds United this season, the Dewsbury born life long supporter will hope that he gets a little longer than his predecessors this season have.
Youngster Alex Mowatt gets the goal in the 3-1 defeat at Cardiff City. Leeds had again played well in the first half only to be let down by poor defending for two of the goals conceded in the second half. The defeat meant it was seven games without a win.