Plans in place for Saturday...
The club will continue to pay tribute to Gary Speed at Elland Road on Saturday.
Millwall are our visitors for a 12.30pm kick-off and plans are in place to pay tribute to the memory of our former title winner, who sadly passed away last weekend.
As a mark of respect both teams will be wearing black arm bands with the Leeds players and management wearing armbands embossed with "Speed 11".
A minute's applause will also be held ahead of the game after which both Simon Grayson and Millwall manager Kenny Jackett will lay wreaths at both ends of the stadium.
Prior to kick-off, a montage remembering Gary will be shown on the big screen, featuring some of his finest moments in a Leeds United shirt and showing some of the many tributes that have been paid since Sunday.
Fans will again be paying tribute with a special banner in memory of Gary, with the words "Go on Gary Speed, get one yourself son" with reference to the famous commentary that accompanied his goal against Sheffield United at Elland Road in April 1990.
Fans are also encouraged to continue paying their respects at the Billy Bremner Statue where the floral and shirt tributes continue to grow. It is hoped that many of the shirts will be kept and displayed in the club museum in the future.
All flags will continue to fly at half-mast.
Fans are reminded that the kick-off is at 12.30pm and we would encourage people to arrive early.
A special memorial matchday programme, featuring tributes from fans, will also be available.
The club would also like to take this opportunity to thank Millwall for the respect they have shown. Lions manager Kenny Jackett has paid his own special tribute to Gary, along with the Millwall chairman, striker Darius Henderson, and a fan representative.