Leeds United 1973/74 Admiral Retro Shirt

Leeds United 1973/74 Admiral Retro Shirt

  • Reference: LEEDS74H4ADMSS
  • Brand: Admiral
  • Material 1: Cotton
  • Sleeve: Short sleeve
  • Country: England

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Leeds United Retro shirt 1973-74, Champions of the League title.

At the beginning of 1973/74 season Don Revie told his guys they were going to win another title, the second one. So Leed United started conquer the title.
Since they left other competitions preatty easily, Leeds could concentrate on the Championship. Actually, what Revie asked to his players was to reamain unbeaten throughout the season. The team reached the record of 29 undefeated games, not bettered until 2003-04 by Arsenal. 

In total, Leeds only lost 4 league games, leading the league table for the entire campaign. Two games before the end of theseason, United secured their title beating QPR 1-0, with a goal from Allan Clarke. It was the last season as Leed's manager for Don Revie, who left Elland Road to manage the England National Team.

The ingredients of this Leeds generation were: strong organisation, professionalism, physical robustness, as well as free flowing attacking wing play and a patient, possession based football. The players were willing to play in multiple positions and indeed could interchange them around the pitch.

The line-up of this incredible Leeds United team throughout the season was: Harvey, Gray, Bremner, Cherry, Reany, Giles, McQueen, Hunter, Madeley, Lorimer, Jordan, Clarke, Jones.

All White with the club’s crest engraved.
Billy Bremner, wearing the shirt number 4, was one of the club’s top players, helding almost 600 caps for Leeds as a player, and more as their coach in the early 80’s.

Official Retro shirt, sponsored by Admiral and licensed by Leeds United. Check it out at Retrofootball®.

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