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Leeds United Disabled Organisation celebrates 25 year anniversary

It was celebrations all round at Elland Road last Saturday.

A victory over Preston North End gave Leeds Utd a valuable three points as they push for promotion to the Premier League and the Leeds United Disabled Organisation (LUDO) celebrated 25 years, with a large attendance in the Centenary Pavillion overseen by LUDO Chair Stuart Ramm and his hard working committee. 

LUDO President for 17 of the 25 years, Leeds United hero Eddie Gray was there to join in with the festivities and the current players made an early appearance after their match winning performance, before the Player of the Year Awards were presented.

LPF Chair Tony Taylor was delighted to represent LPF at the event and said: “We send our congratulations to LUDO on its first twenty five years and it was really pleasing to see the close links between the Club and its disabled fans“.


Watch: Video of LUDO’s 25 year anniversary on the Leeds United website