A look back at what happened on this day April 17th in the history of Leeds United.
1922 Fulham A W 1-0 Division 2
1926 Birmingham City H D 0-0 Division 1
1933 Everton A W 1-0 Division
1937 Wolverhampton Wanderers A L 0-3 Division 1
1948 Chesterfield H W 3-0 Division 2
1954 Bury H L 3-4 Division 2
1965 Manchester United H L 0-1 Division 1
1968 Tottenham Hotspur H W 1-0 Division 1
1971* West Bromwich Albion H L 1-2 Division 1
1976 Manchester City H W 2-1 Division 1
1982 Southampton H L 1-3 Division 1
1991 Queens Park Rangers A L 0-2 Division 1
1993 Crystal Palace H D 0-0 Premiership
1994 Tottenham Hotspur H W 2-0 Premiership
1995 Newcastle United A W 2-1 Premiership
1996** Manchester United A L 0-1 Premiership
1999 Charlton Athletic A D 1-1 Premiership
2001*** Deportivo La Coruna A L 0-2 Champions League *Won 3-2 on aggregate
2010 Gillingham A L 2-3 League 1
2012 Blackpool A L 0-1 Championship
2017 Championship Wolverhampton Wanderers H L 0-1
*On this day in 1971, Leeds were robbed of the chance to win a second league title in three years when referee Ray Tinkler caused controversy at Elland Road. Tinkler allowed a goal from West Brom striker Jeff Astle to stand despite the linesman raising his flag for offside against Colin Suggett. Angry scenes followed has fans invaded the pitch and Leeds boss Don Revie also entered the field of play. West Brom won the game 2-1 as Leeds lost the league title by one point. The crowd trouble following the goal saw Leeds forced to play their first four home games of the 1971/72 season at a neutral ground.
**On this day in 1996, Lucas Radebe produced one of his best performances in a Leeds shirt at Manchester United. It wasn`t in defence though, as he spent the final 73 minutes of the game in goal after Mark Beeney was sent off. Radebe produced a number of fantastic saves before finally being beaten by Roy Keane late in the game.
***On this day in 2001, Leeds held on despite late pressure against Deportivo La Coruna to reach the Champions League semi-final. After winning the first leg 3-0 at Elland Road, Leeds were given a scare in the second leg as Deportivo pulled two goals back but Leeds eventually held on to progress.