Always Leeds - always Loyal


Rio Ferdinand

Leeds career 73 apps. 3 goals

England 17 Apps. No goals

2002/03 & 2003/04

Alan Smith

Leeds career 226 apps.56 goals

England 8 Apps. 1 goal

Burst onto the scene by scoring with his first touch against Liverpool at Anfield, in front of the KOP. was part of the Leeds run to the Champions League semi final. Blotted his copybook with many fans when he crossed the Pennines! 

The only player to win the Player of the Year Award in consecutive seasons. 

2004/05 Neil Sullivan

Made his debut in the 2004/05 season and quickly established himself as a favourite with the fans. 

111 apps. 0 goals

2005/06 Rob Hulse

Leeds Career 51 games 20 goals 

2006/07 Eddie Lewis & Ian Moore

For the first time in our history we had joint winners of the Player of the Year

Eddie Lewis - Leeds Career

Played 86 games 8 goals

USA 8 games 0 goals


Ian Moore

Played 63 games 5 Goals

2007/08 Jermaine Beckford

Jermaine won the hearts of Leeds fans with a series of crucial goals, one in particular ensured his place oin Leeds Folklore!

Played 126 games 72 goals

2008/09 Luciano Becchio

The Argentinian had a good pedigree when he arrived at Leeds. Starting as a youth with Boca Juniors, he came to Europe, arriving at Leeds via Barcelona B. 

His most prolific period was at Leeds where, in a career total of 391 games scoring 121 goeals he scored 75 in 191 games. He was a key figure in the promotion season of 2009/10 scoring 15 goals in 37 league games.

2009/10 Patrick Kisnorbo

The popular Aussie suffered with injuries during his 4 years with Leeds (July 2009 to May 2013) making only 49 appearances with 1 goal. On his debut against Exeter he suffered a head injury that needed 12 stitches. THis caused him to wear a trademark bandage on his head after that. His plucky displays won the hearts of Leeds fans. It didn't do him any harm playing in the side that beat Man. Utd. in the FA Cup that season. With a total of 18 caps he became the 100th Leeds player to be capped