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Jeg syns denne listen fortjener et eget emne.

http://www.lufctalk.com/stats/club-200/

1. Billy Bremner   772
2. Jackie Charlton 771
3. Paul Reaney      745
4. Norman Hunter 724
4. Paul Madeley     724
6. Peter Lorimer     616
7. Eddie Gray         577
8. Gary Kelly          531
9. Johnny Giles       525
10.Gary Sprake       506

11.Trevor Cherry  484
12.Grenville Hair  474
13.Ernie Hart       472
14.David Harvey  446
15.Willis Edwards 444
16.Jimmy Dunn    442
17John Lukic        430
18.Jack Milburn     408
19.Frank Gray       405
20.David Batty      382

21.Allan Clarke     364
22.Terry Cooper    350
23.Eric Kerfoot      349
24.John Charles    327
25.Mick Jones       312
26.Gary Speed      311
27.Gary McAllister 294
28.Ian Harte         288
29.Nigel Martyn     273
30.Mervyn Day      268

31.John Sheridan  267
32.Lee Bowyer      265
33.Jimmy Potts     262
33.Lucas Radebe   262
35.Willie Bell         260
35.Arthur Graham 260
35.Bill Menzies      260
38.Tommy Burden 258
38.Tom Cochrane  258
40.Bill Furness      257

41.Rod Wallace        256
42.David Wetherall   250
43.Aubrey Powell     247
44.Neil Aspin           244
44.Gordon Strachan 244
46.Harry Kewell       242
47.Chris Fairclough  240
48.Alan Smith          228
48.Harold Williams    228
50.Russell Wainscoat 226

51.Johnny Howson   225
52.Paul Hart            223
53.Luciano Becchio   221
54.Joe Jordan          220
54.Jim Milburn         220
56.Bobby Turnbull    215
57.Albert Duffield     211
57.Wilf Copping        211
59.Jim Baker            208
59.Tony Dorigo         208
61.Roy Wood            203
62.Brian Deane         201
63.Albert Johanneson 200
63.George Meek         200
63.Kevin Hird             200

65 spillere har altså 200 ligakamper eller mer for Leeds United.

Det er en del spillere vi bør få bedre kjennskap til, det er helt klart.

Selv måtte jeg ned på 16.plassen og Jimmy Dunn før jeg var blank. Men det varer nok ikke lenge. :)


...nestemann inn på listen blir vel Kalvin Phillips som vel når ca 190 i løpet av sesongen og vil klatre en del - forutsatt at vi rykker opp, selvsagt.
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« Svar #1 på: September 16, 2019, 12:39:22 »


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Kalvin Phillips is the third #lufc player to reach 150 appearances in 2019 (also Liam Cooper and Stuart Dallas), the most in one calendar year since 1992 (Strachan, Fairclough, Speed, Chapman). Leeds definitely benefiting from finally having some stability and consistency.

Såpass, ja!
I løpet av neste sesong kan vi altså få tre stk som klatrer oppover denne eksklusive 65-manns (så langt) listen. :)

Vi begynner å få noen erfarne i troppen nå.
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« Svar #2 på: September 19, 2019, 22:22:25 »
Presentasjon: Nr 12 Grenville Hair

Venstreback i vel et tiår.
Dessverre en av de som døde ung.


Position    Left back
Born        16 Nov 1931, Burton-upon-Trent (England)
Height      175 cm
Weight      70 kg
International Caps   none

Nov 1948 - May 1964
474 appearances
2 goals


RamseyWhite says: "I only saw him play a handful of games before he left to manage Bradford City. He played at left back & was replaced by Willie Bell. Unusually, Grenville Hair only ever played for Leeds United & made nearly 500 appearances for the club in a career spanning 16 years. He was just starting to build a useful looking side at Bradford City when sadly he died of a heart attack aged only 36."


With nearly 500 appearances over 16 years at Elland Road, Grenville Hair was a supremely fit and dedicated player who deserved greater international recognition than selection for a handful of FA touring parties. Persuaded to focus on the football rather than the athletics field by Major Frank Buckley, he became a regular in the side at the age of 21 and in the following 10 years he barely missed a game until Paul Reaney and Willie Bell started to claim regular places in the early 1960s. He left the club in 1964 to take up a player-manager position with Wellington Town, and three years later he became coach at Bradford City. Promoted to manage the side in 1968, he had been in charge for just a month when he suffered a heart attack after a training session that was to prove fatal.

James Hair says: I am his Grandson and I am currently at Repton School along with my older brother. i also have a sister aged 3. my father (Grenville's son) is currently the owner of a McDonald's Restaurant, he is called Kenneth Hair. Grenville also has another son called Anthony.

Ian Gledhill says: I seem to remember Grenville Hair being pressed into service as a goalkeeper for the reserve team in the early sixties. This was of course in the days when Central League fixtures were played on a Saturday afternoon. I think it must have been about the time when keepers like Tommy Younger, Ted Burgin and maybe Alan Humphreys were at the club and due to injuries Leeds were forced into actually selecting Grenville between the sticks. Anyway, the fixture was at Elland Road but I cannot remember who the opponents were. The YEP made quite an issue of it. Maybe someone could confirm this and prove that my memory is not just playing tricks.

John Hill says: I recently been researching my family tree and discovered that Granville's mother was my Grandmothers sister. I never knew Granville but he did help my older brother collect football players signatures. It was sad that he died so young on the brink of another career with Bradford.
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« Svar #3 på: September 20, 2019, 06:59:14 »
Interessant oversikt. Forøvrig er det vel antall kamper totalt som vises, ikke seriekamper?
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« Svar #4 på: September 20, 2019, 10:32:09 »
Interessant oversikt. Forøvrig er det vel antall kamper totalt som vises, ikke seriekamper?
Det har du rett i. :)

Men jau, liker at vi på denne måten kan få flere klubbkjemper opp gjennom tidene frem i lyset. :)

Det har vært noen, noe ikke minst Moscowwhites hundreårsbok viser. :)
(Er midt inne i den nå)
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« Svar #5 på: September 20, 2019, 10:41:44 »

...nestemann inn på listen blir vel Kalvin Phillips som vel når ca 190 i løpet av sesongen og vil klatre en del - forutsatt at vi rykker opp, selvsagt.

Siden Kalvin har 152 ligakamper og 14 kamper i andre turneringer kan han jo faktisk nå 200 allerede inneværende sesong - men da kan han ikke stå over mye :o
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« Svar #6 på: September 25, 2019, 19:20:43 »
Presentasjon Nr 13 Ernie Hart

Midtstopper i klubben i 16 år, 1920-1936.
8 landskamper for England.
Også han av de tidlig døde (52 år).

Position                 Centre back
Born                     03 Jan 1902, Overseal (England)
Height                   180 cm
Weight                    82 kg
International Caps   England: 8 full

01 Sep 1920  -   01 Aug 1936
447 appearances   
14  goals


"Ernie Hart was signed for Leeds in 1920, and over the next 16 years became known as one of the best centre halves in the country. As well as picking up 8 England caps, Hart represented the Football League twice and was only sent off once in his career. After Leeds, he briefly played for Mansfield, managed Tonbridge Wells in the amateur/semi-pro ranks and scouted for both Coventry and Leeds before his untimely death in 1954 at the age of 52."
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« Svar #7 på: September 27, 2019, 23:36:33 »
Presentasjon nr 14  Willis Edwards

'Wing half' i klubben vår 1925-1943 (eller 14 år som mer reellt tall, men spilte under krigen også).
Dessuten i en eksklusiv gruppe som har vært både spiller og manager for klubben.
Litt sånn Eddie Gray, var trener i klubben og fikk manageransvar da manageren fikk sparken.
Men pga at det gikk dårlig sportslig ble han etter ca 1 år igjen trener - og senere talentspeider i klubben.
Typisk klubblegende altså, dog ikke i største sportslige forstand.
Men han var ansett som Englands beste right wing half i sin tid (16 landskamper)
Wing half - i midten i dentids 2-3-5 system.

Position                    Right half
Born                        28 Apr 1903, Newton (England)
Height                     172 cm
Weight                    74 kg
International Caps : 16 full


15 Mar 1925  -  01 Jun 1943
444  appearances
6 goals



Rejected by a Sheffield United scout as "too small", Willis Edwards went on to have a long and successful career for Chesterfield, Leeds and England. After 8 successful years at Bramall Lane, Edwards joined Leeds towards the end of the 1924-25 season and soon found his great all-round game was recognised at the highest level, with his first England cap coming against Scotland in 1926.

He was recognised as the best wing-half in the country, and his longevity was equally impressive - playing for 14 years for Leeds in the league and also turning out during the war years. He remained at Leeds after the war, acting as assistant coach and then taking over as manager when Billy Hampson stepped down. He didn't have much success and after a year returned to his coaching position and continued as a scout for the club until the middle of the 1950s. He died in 1988.

Ian Gledhill says: When I left school in the summer of 1968, I worked for a short time at Moorhouses jam factory on Old Lane in Beeston. Willis Edwards was also employed there. He used to do odd jobs, including tidying up the gardens at the front of the factory. He must have been 65 but looked older. I knew who he was but I didn't have the - what is it, nerve? - to stop him and get him talking about his life. Eighteen seemed a lot younger in those days. Now I wish I had.

Carl Short says: I have just found out that Willis Edwards is my great great uncle. My grandfather, Willis Short, who has recently passed away, was named after his famous uncle.

Wikipedia:
Edwards was born in the mining village of Newton, North East Derbyshire, not far from Chesterfield and Alfreton. Like many boys in the area, he left school to go down the pit but he was soon spotted by Chesterfield as a teenager, playing for the village football team Newton Rangers.[1]

Edwards played for the Elland Road club for 18 years, during which time he was never booked or sent off. He went on to make 444 appearances. Edwards continued turning out for Leeds during the war years and remained at the club after the war. On retiring as a player, he became assistant and he took over the managerial reins when Billy Hampson was dismissed in May 1947. His time as manager was relatively unsuccessful and he resumed his place in the backroom staff in April 1948, where he acted as a scout for the club. He only ended his association with Leeds in 1960, after serving the club for 35 years.[1]

Edwards was capped by England on 16 occasions. His first cap was against Wales on 1 March 1926. He captained England in his last five internationals, with his final appearance on 20 November 1929.[2]

He died in Leeds on 27 September 1988.[3]
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