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The Definitive History of Leeds United - The Seventies 1969-79
After the Revie team was broken up there was not a lot for Leeds fans to celebrate in the late 70's as the club generally misfired. Used to success the club's supporters could not accept not being in the mix for winning trophies. But one bright spark was Tony Currie who brought flair to an average team and he was adored by Leeds fans scoring some incredible goals along the way. He moved to QPR when his wife apparently became homesick for London.
Danny Mills gives insight into world of sport at fundraising event
Danny Mills gives insight into world of sport at fundraising event" - The sporting debate (and comedy from stand-up Ian Moore), in aid of the charity Shine and Harrogate Theatre Trust, will be hosted by BBC 5 Live sports presenter and Match Of The Day 2 host Mark Chapman.
In the lean & depressing years of League One few Leeds United players shone, but Jermaine Beckford was one of those few. Often maligned for being lazy the fact is he knew where the goal was, and 80 odd goals in three seasons confirms that fact. But for his goals Leeds United's stay in the bottom two Divisions may have been longer and our history much different