Rhoo shares how Leeds United made it back to the EPL

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Lucas Radebe flanked by his former coach David O'Leary and son Lucas during Leeds’ centenary celebrations last year
Lucas Radebe flanked by his former coach David O'Leary and son Lucas during Leeds’ centenary celebrations last year

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Leeds are loved in South Africa, thanks to the club’s strong links with the legendary “Rhoo” Radebe, who played for the West Yorkshire outfit for more than a decade from 1994 to 2005.

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