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Nigel's season summary: The great Leeds United side of the Don Revie era. This side won the League in 1968/69 by a clear 6-point margin. In the next 5 seasons they finished 2nd, 2nd, 2nd, 3rd and 1st respectively.
91. Rod Belfitt 92. Billy Bremner 93. Jackie Charlton 94. Terry Cooper 95. Johnny Giles


RIP 07/12/1997




Player who struggled for first team football. Made 57 appearances (plus 19 subs) for Leeds in over 8 years. Transferred to Ipswich in 1971, then 4 other clubs in the following 4 years. Legend who joined Leeds in 1959 and made over 500 appearances, many as captain, before a transfer to Hull City in 1976. Sadly passed away in December 1997. Another legend of the game who played his whole career at Leeds between 1952 and 1972. Successfully moved into international team management later in life. Footballer of the Year in 1967. Popular left back who played over 200 times for Leeds in a career running from 1962 to 1975. Transferred to Middlesbrough. Dublin-born player who began with Manchester United in 1957 before a move to Leeds in August 1963. Played over 380 games for Leeds before a move to West Brom at the end of the 1975/76 season.
96. Eddie Gray 97. Jimmy Greenhoff 98. Norman Hunter 99.  Albert Johanneson 100. Mick Jones




RIP 28/09/1995


Another Leeds legend who played his whole career with the club. Over 450 appearances between 1965 and 1983, ending his playing career as player-manager. Later returned as manager. Began his career with Leeds but moved on in August 1968. Played most of his career games with Stoke City, but moved to Manchester United in 1976. Tough but popular player who clocked up over 500 games for Leeds between 1961 and 1976. Popular black player, born in South Africa. Played over 150 times for Leeds between 1961 and 1970. Transferred to York City in 1970. Had a somewhat sad life after football, passing away on 28 September 1995. Centre-forward who played for Sheffield United from 1962 before transferring to Leeds in 1967 for 100,000. Played over 250 games for Leeds before retirement in 1975, after injury, aged 30.
101. Peter Lorimer 102. Paul Madeley 103. Mike O'Grady 104. Paul Reaney 105. Gary Sprake
Yet another Leeds legend. Over 500 appearances between 1962 and 1978. Holds the current Leeds United goal scoring record. Versatile, single club player with over 500 appearances between 1963 and 1972. Joined Leeds from Huddersfield in October 1965. Moved on to Wolverhampton Wanderers in September 1969. Another player with over 500 Leeds appearances. Began playing career with Leeds in 1961. Transferred to Bradford City in 1978. Player of the Year in Australia in 1980! Leeds keeper from 1962 to October 1973, playing almost 400 league games. At 18, playing for Wales, was the youngest ever home international goalkeeper .