60s. The player pictured here scoring for Leeds notched a hat trick on his debut for them, had two spells with Wrexham and also turned out for Bethesda, who is he?
70s. Name this member of a City side which faced Leeds during this decade.
80s. Can you recognise this member of a winning City team against Leeds during this decade from the other Football League clubs he played for besides us – Sheffield Wednesday, Oxford United, Chesterfield and Rochdale?
90s. Now a manager in his native country, this defender arrived at Leeds from a club known as “the other orange” that also produced brothers who became internationals (one of whom enjoyed his best days at Ipswich and Manchester United) and was a regular in their side for a while in the late 90s. He never played for Leeds again after suffering a serious injury in a tackle with Nicolas Anelka, but stayed in the Premier League when he moved to another Yorkshire club to help in their successful fight against the drop – who am I describing?
00s. Who is this midfield player from a Leeds team that actually managed to avoid defeat at Ninian Park during this decade?
10s. Which current City player turned out for Leeds in both of their matches against us during our Championship winning season?
60s. Don Weston.
70s. Willie Anderson.
80s. David Grant.
90s. Robert Molenaar signed for Leeds from Volendaam (birthplace of Arnold and Gerrie Muhren) and moved on to Bradford City – he currently manages Roda JC.
00s. Jermaine Wright.
10s. Lee Peltier.