Who is the most famous Leeds United player?

Who is the most famous Leeds United player?

Who is the most famous Leeds United player?

1. Billy Bremner. “King Billy” Bremner is undoubtedly the greatest Leeds United player of all time. He appeared 771 times for the club from 1959 to 1976 and scored 115 goals.

Who used to play for Leeds United?

Notable players

Name Nationality Leeds career
Don Revie England 1958–1963
Noel Peyton Republic of Ireland 1958–1963
Billy Bremner Scotland 1959–1976
Freddie Goodwin England 1960–1964

Who has Jermaine Beckford played for?

Jermaine Beckford

Personal information
2013–2015 Bolton Wanderers 46
2014–2015 → Preston North End (loan) 23
2015–2017 Preston North End 28
2017–2019 Bury 16

Who has Patrick Bamford played for?

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How many Leeds players have played for England?

englandstats.com | England Players from Leeds United – 33 Players (337 Caps)

Who is Leeds longest serving player?

Leeds – Kalvin Phillips The Yorkshire Pirlo has made 226 appearances for Leeds and was their standout player during their return to the Premier League in 2020-21.

Why did Beckford leave Leeds?

As per the BBC, Beckford had indicated his desire to leave Elland Road in January 2010 when Newcastle United, who would go on to win the Championship that season, made an offer of £1.5m to sign him which was rejected by the Whites, who kept the forward at the club for the remainder of that term and his goals helped …

Who does Ross Mccormack play for?

Ross McCormack

Personal information
2014–2016 Fulham 89
2016–2019 Aston Villa 20
2017 → Nottingham Forest (loan) 7
2017–2018 → Melbourne City (loan) 17

What footed is Bamford?

Bamford sidled into position but was told by one of Pardew’s coaches that he was in the wrong place. “You’re right-footed,” the coach said.

How much is Bamford worth?

He was knighted in 1990 at the age of 45. He has appeared in the Sunday Times Rich List, and in 2021 his net worth was estimated at US$9.48 billion.

Who played for Leeds in the sixties?

Paul Reaney, Peter Lorimer, Eddie Gray, Paul Madeley, Terry Cooper, Rod Johnson, Jimmy Greenhoff, Rod Belfitt, Terry Hibbitt, Mick Bates, and David Harvey all joined the club as youngsters.