NIGEL GIBBS - ASSISTANT MANAGER
Nigel Gibbs worked closely with Brian McDermott at Reading, having started his coaching career at Watford where he worked with such promising youngsters as Ashley Young.
As a player, Nigel was a one club man and made 491 appearances for Watford between 1983 and 2002. Upon leaving Watford in 2005 after almost three decades service in different capacities, he linked up with Reading where he worked on the coaching staff before teaming up with Brian.
Ironically, one of the first people Nigel met when he arrived at Elland Road last Friday was fellow Watford legend - and title winner here -John McClelland.
NEIL REDFEARN - FIRST TEAM COACH / DEVELOPMENT SQUAD MANAGER
The vastly experienced Redfearn joined the club in January 2009 after stepping down from his post as assistant manager at York City.
Neil is the fifth highest appearance maker of all time in the Football League, having made 790 appearances during a career spanning 24 years.
He started out in 1982 at Bolton Wanderers and his professional career took in Lincoln, Doncaster, Crystal Palace, Watford, Oldham, Barnsley, Charlton, Bradford, Wigan, Halifax, Boston, Rochdale, and Scarborough.
His coaching career started in 2001 when he was appointed caretaker manager of Halifax for the first time - he had another stint in 2002 - and he also had coaching stints with Scarborough, Northwich Victoria, and York City.
Neil's love of football continued after his professional playing career ended and he after featuring for a number of non-league sides he was playing for Salford City as recently as 2008.
Neil initially joined Leeds as under-18s coach, but the role was combined with that of reserve team manager and he presided over a title success during his first term at the helm.
In February 2012, following the departure of Simon Grayson as manager, Neil took over as temporary manager of the first team. His first game, at Bristol City, produced a victory, but defeats against Brighton and Coventry, ensured that Neil Warnock was watching from stands as Redfearn's final game in the dug-out saw a dramatic 3-2 win against Doncaster.
RICHARD NAYLOR - UNDER 18s COACH
Richard, a Leeds lad who followed the club as a youngster, is a former captain of the club who is now in charge of developing the club's under-18 side.
A former Leeds City Schoolboy, who made over 300 appearances for Ipswich and skippered the club during a 16-year stay at Portman Road, he finally joined his hometown club in January 2009. Initially, he joined Leeds on loan before signing a two-and-a-half year contract with the club.
Richard, who scored his first Leeds goal against Southend in January 2009, took over the captain's armband in the absence of Frazer Richardson and was an ever-present in the side following his arrival, making 24 appearances.
Richard missed the start of the 2009/2010 season after undergoing back surgery during the summer, but he was still handed the role as club captain. He returned to the side in October and went on to make 37 appearances.
Richard also scored two goals during the promotion winning season, both coming at Yeovil Town when an Easter Monday victory for Leeds was vital. Unfortunately, a hamstring injury saw him miss the final game of the season against Bristol Rovers, but fans won't forget his post-match rendition of Marching On Together in a hurry.
Richard made 15 appearances on our first season back in the top-flight before moving on to Doncaster that summer. He made the switch to Rotherham in January 2012, but called time on his playing career at the end of the season and joined the coaching staff at Thorp Arch, initially on a voluntarily basis before being appointed the club's under-18s coach.