The England club announced on Saturday that Peter Lorimer, a former Scotland international and left-handed batsman, is the leader in history. Nicknamed “Hot Shot”, Lorimer scored 238 goals for the Peacock between 1962 and 1979 in 705 appearances, then in the Second Division between 1983 and 1985. He remains the youngest player to play for Leeds in 15 years and 289 days. Following his retirement from a player in 1986, he later joined the management of the club and became its first ambassador in 2013.
Under the command of legendary trainer Don Revie, whose physical and cynical game earned the team the nickname “Dirty Leeds”, he was the champion of England in 1968–1969 and 1973–1974, winning the cup as well. England in 1972. Later. In 1975, when the club was led by Jimmy Armfield, Lorimer scored a goal that was awarded to Bayern Munich in the European Cup final at the Parc des Princes after the controversial (2–0) loss to Leeds, when the score was still . 0–0. Laurimer was selected 21 times for Scotland, scoring 4 goals, one of which was a win (2–0) against Zaire in the 1974 World Cup in Germany.
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