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he doesn't he supports Chelsea not Leeds united but he did supports Albion when he was 21 he still does a bit
During, the late 20th century and very early 21st century, Leeds United had a larger fan base than Aston Villa. Since Leeds United's decline, they have lost a small amount of fans, and due to the Aston Villa takeover, and Martin O'Neill, Aston Villa are starting to gain more fans, so the fan base is actually fairy equal at the minute, however if Leeds United stay in Legue One, the fans will get fed up and give up Leeds. Therefore, Aston Villa will have more fans
No, as far as I am aware, there is no player who has played for Leeds United who has also played for more than one of Liverpool, Chelsea or ManYoo. You can confirm which players have played for Leeds United and those other clubs at: http://www.leedsfans.org.uk/leeds/links/Liverpool.html http://www.leedsfans.org.uk/leeds/links/ManchesterUnited.html http://www.leedsfans.org.uk/leeds/links/Chelsea.html Hope this helps. David W
He was on load at Leeds, although Lowry signed for Millwall on January 27th, 2012 for an undisclosed fee.
Eric Cantona played for Leeds United and Manchester United!!
Nick Barmby played for Everton, Liverpool & Leeds United. Billy Scott played for Everton, Liverpool & Leeds City.
leeds are good but man u are better but aston villa are the best
The Kaiser Chiefs got their name from The South African football Team, The Kaizer Chiefs. They used this name because The Kaiser Chiefs are from Leeds and are big Leeds United Fans. An Ex-Player who played for them was a south African called Lucas Radebe. He was The bands favourite player and before he played for Leeds, he played for The Kaizer Chiefs
I think it was Steven partle