Loads of Leeds United supporters have been left drooling after the club’s official Twitter page posted old footage of Tony Yeboah in a Whites shirt.
The video shows three of his most memorable strikes for the club, one against Liverpool, one against Wimbledon and one against Manchester United and they asked fans to choose which was their favourite of them.
The former Ghanaian international striker only played for the West Yorkshire club for a short time between 1995-97, but it is fair to say that he made a major impact whilst at Elland Road.
Indeed in that time, he managed to score 29 goals in just 56 appearances in all competitions for the club (Transfermarkt) before ultimately moving on and joining Bundesliga outfit Hamburg which is where he stayed for the rest of his career.
Plenty of Leeds fans responded to the tweet and as well as selecting their favourite goal they were also raving about how good the 53-year-old was during his spell with them, with one describing his strike against Wimbledon as ‘immense‘. Here is what some had to say…
My god he was something else.
— lufcphil (@philipjdaniels) March 17, 2020
Wimbledon for me. The skill with both feet was immense
— Barney V2 (@barney___21) March 17, 2020
Wimbledon, what a player 🤯
— AYLINGSZN (@DanPaton5) March 17, 2020
What a player!!! Xx
— Karen Thornton (@Kazthorn) March 17, 2020
Poetry in motion. Strikes the ball like Roy of the Rovers that lad.
— A-Jay 🐍 (@AntonySophia13) March 17, 2020
— horse 💙💛 (@splke) March 17, 2020
The Wimbledon goal is my favourite goal of all time, what an amazing player he was for us!
— Rob (@mightywhitesfc) March 17, 2020
All of them. What a striker.
— olav (@olavsv) March 17, 2020
Leeds fans, which was your favourite of those three Yeboah goals? Let us know in the comments below…
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