Eddie Gray

Eddie "The Last Waltz" Gray was one of the greatest left wingers of his time. He made his Leeds debut at the age of 17 on New Years Day 1966 and went on to make 561 appearances, scoring 68 goals in a career spanning 20 years, during which time he played 12 times for Scotland and was never booked throughout his entire career. Eddie also managed the club on two separate occasions and was a coach to the Youth Team that produced the likes of Jonathan Woodgate, Harry Kewell and Stephen McPhail.

Eddie, together with his wife Linda, attends all major L.U.D.O. social events in his role as President.

Stuart Ramm

Hi, I'm Stuart and I started coming to Elland Road in 1964 and from 1985 as a disabled fan. I formed L.U.D.O. in 1992 and held the position of chairperson for the first 5 years. Nicky Chapman held the position of chairperson until she passed away in 2009. I am married with 2 children, my eldest comes with me to the games. I am now in the chairpersons chair again.

Liz Colley

Hi, my name is Liz and I am the Treasurer of L.U.D.O. I have been following Leeds home and away since the age of 15. I became aware of L.U.D.O. in 1999 after meeting some of the then committee and members in the lounge on a match day, following a broken ankle sustained in Moscow at the postponed UEFA Cup game. I attend the matches with my husband Alan and my 2 children are also season ticket holders.

Alan Colley

Hi, I'm Alan. I am the general of L.U.D.O. "general dogs body" that is, due to all the running about collecting mail, printing stuff, doing odd jobs for everyone but my own (who said running). I have two children, both Leeds fans along with my long suffering wife, too long some may say, but she puts up with me so she's not too bad. Suzanne, my eldest, is doing the website. My son, Mark, is a keen supporter of the club also.

Mickey Connor

Hi I'm Mickey. I have lived in Leeds now for over 30 years. I am involved in a GAA club (Gaelic Athletic Association)  in Leeds. I have been involved with L.U.D.O. now for a few years and help out organising events and fund raising.

Kylie Smith

My name is Kylie Smith. I’m 31 years old and I’m a carer for my mum.
I have been a season ticket holder in the North Stand for 6 years. I have always supported LUFC for as long as I can remember, my mum took me and my 2 brothers to the Champions trophy parade in Leeds City Centre when I was 2 years old. Growing up my mum always took me to the games, mostly at home but also some away days, we have continued attending matches together and bringing my 10 year old niece who lives and breathes all things Leeds United.

I have witnessed many highs and more than enough lows as a fan and now after 16 long hard years the sleeping giants has woken, hoping for more highs this time going forward. MOT!!

Linda Storm

Hi, I'm Linda

Suzanne Colley

Hi. my name is Suzanne and I'm the web site administrator and social media guru. Since an early age I was dragged to Elland Road with my brother. But as I'm sure you're all too familiar, once you've been coming to Elland Road for a while you get hooked. As an adult I haven't been able to stop coming. Thanks Mum and Dad. I am also going to be the person picking up your emails about anything you wish to discuss. So if you have anything to say then I would be delighted to try help or assist you. So I look forward to hearing from you.