This preseason, Thomas Christiansen has had the chance to make the plans Garry Monk didn’t have.
There’s more to Leeds United than promotion.
Back in March 2011, TSB published a centre spread by Wayne Gamble of The Beaten Generation, bringing all 54 of the players Leeds United had signed on loan since 2004 together in one handy graphical guide — 54 players who played for Leeds (well, most of them) who weren’t even ours.
“Massimo? It’s Terry.”
If there is one current Leeds United player you do not want to meet roaming the countryside on a dark night, it’s Gaetano Berardi.
After all, this is the player who, when he was at Sampdoria, was nicknamed The Werewolf, because of the way he changes when he’s near a football pitch.
When Gary Speed made his First Division debut at Goodison Park, against his boyhood team, it was only his 14th start in professional football, and those early months were tough.
Although he was the million pound man, Gary McAllister shared with his teammates a need to prove himself.
Garry Monk’s contribution to a memorable season
These ‘Sun’ soccer pin cards have become something of a rarity, almost forgotten. The cards are never listed in any of the card catalogues or booklets etc.
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau talks Yeboah, Monk, Hockaday and short shorts