A considerable challenge waits in the wings to see if you can live up to the expectation of the Leeds fans.
Here are the top six reasons you should manage Leeds United on Football Manager 2019.
1. The sleeping giant
The term "a sleeping giant "is often used when describing Leeds United; however, I don't think giant does this club justice.
Once upon a time, Leeds were pretty much the biggest club in England and also one of the biggest in football clubs in Europe.
The potential to bring a huge traditional club back to where it belongs amongst Europe's elite is an exciting challenge to salivate.
Leeds have been struggling recently with keeping a consistent manager and even more with consistent ownership.
But with the new owners steadying the ship, the whites are closer to glory than they have been in decades.
2. The academy of excellence
Leeds are well known for their thriving academy bringing through players.
Such as Fabian Delph (now at Premier League giants Manchester city), and Lewis Cook, the Bournemouth wonderkid, who is now in Gareth Southgate's England plans.
The academy has continued to grow and after investment from owner Andrea Radrizzani even more young stars are ready to break through into the first team and show their talent.
For example, Kun Temenuzhkov, a young 18-year-old striker with nearly five-star potential, just waiting to be given a chance to rip up the championship defences.
3. Ready-made for the Premier League
With the clubs excellent youth facilities and superb training facilities you won't need to be spending all of the clubs bank balance on improving every inch of your club.
With a fantastic set up already at the players' disposal, you can focus on persuading your owner on spending the big bucks on some top quality players.
Not to mention the increased speed of your players' development with some fantastic facilities around them.
The Leeds United stadium Elland Road is also built for success.
The stadium holds a strong capacity of 37,799, so you won't need to be spending millions on building a new stadium or expanding the capacity so urgently.
This again can give you more of a chance to spend that precious budget on some world-class players in FM19 to get Leeds back where they belong.
4. Pontus Jansson
Another brilliant reason to manage Leeds is this big Swede, Pontus Jansson.
The Swedish centre back is a leading defender in the Championship, and you won't be conceding too many aerial battles with the beast that is Jansson.
He will also pose a fantastic option for scoring set-piece goals with his jumping attribute at 17 and his strength at 16.
The 27-year-old is entering his prime years ready to make Leeds shine again.
5. The league of entertainment
Another reason to be attracted to managing Leeds is the current league they find themselves in, the Championship.
Over the years this league has grown in many ways.
Historic football clubs now find themselves trying to rebuild a broken mess and propel themselves back into the Premier League.
With massive clubs and ridiculous amounts of money spent, the Championship is not looking as different to the top division as it once did.
This league is arguably known as the most competitive league in the world, more than half of the league could be in the race for promotion in April!
You won't be disappointed managing in this crazy league where anything can happen.
If you're a manager that likes to be kept on his or her toes, this is the right club in the right league for you.
6. One of the greats
Leeds United is a club with some of the most famous and successful managers in their past, most popularly Don Revie.
Revie is a manager worshipped by loyal Leeds fans for his incredible accomplishments.
Revie won over 300 hundred games as Leeds manager and won the first division twice for the Yorkshire club, his statue outside the stadium highlights his glory at the club.
The history of Leeds and their success gives any manager the chance to emulate them and add even more glory to what is already a very prestigious history.
Many managers have had the chance to get Leeds back in the big time, but many have tried and failed.
The manager who can accomplish this goal will go down in Leeds United history books as a true legend.