Leeds United fans were reacting in their droves to a photo that the club posted on their official Twitter account containing both Luciano Becchio and Jermaine Beckford.
Is Marcelo Bielsa capable of taking Leeds United up?
Back at Thorp Arch! pic.twitter.com/QGtIOquFbc
— Leeds United (@LUFC) October 18, 2019
The Whites are commemorating 100 years as a football club and celebrations have been taking place over the last few days, with a number of ex-players making appearances to help with the landmark achievement.
Indeed, Becchio and Beckford both managed to write themselves into Elland Road folklore as they were hugely prolific in front of goal and helped try and restore some of the good times the Yorkshire outfit had enjoyed so many times in the past.
Fans were delighted to see the pair at Thorp Arch and many of them took to Twitter to react to the photo the club had posted, with a plethora of them appearing to wish they had a strike force of a similar ilk available to them now.
Here are just some of their reactions…
Just think, if we kept that team we got promoted out of league 1 with. We 100% would have been back in prem straight away
— Reggie (@TheOnlyPlace4Us) October 18, 2019
Wish we had those 2 up top in this side
— Bear Warrior (@kinkydave1983) October 18, 2019
Come to teach us how to finish? 👀
— James Gibson (@JamesGibbo11) October 18, 2019
Get them a shirt each n show Bielsa what it looks like when a player puts the ball in the net
— Kayray (@KatieLUFC) October 18, 2019
Sign em up lads
— Dom (@Dom_LUFC89) October 18, 2019
Don’t realise what you had until it’s gone. Great to see them again!!!
— John (@John90459084) October 18, 2019
Power Couple #lufc
— Rich Allen (@Rikspresso) October 18, 2019
What a duo these were #NeverForget
— hollibob (@hollibob) October 18, 2019
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