Leeds name Elland Road South Stand in Norman Hunter's Honour
Leeds name Elland Road South Stand in Norman Hunter’s Honour in touching tribute after England 1966 World Cup winner died following battle against coronavirus
- Leeds announced South Stand will be renamed the Norman Hunter South Stand
- Legendary defender died aged 76 on April 17 after losing fight against Covid-19
- Hunter was a member of England’s World Cup winning squad back in 1966
- Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19
Leeds have announced that the South Stand at Elland Road will be renamed the Norman Hunter South Stand.
Hunter died aged 76 on April 17 after losing his battle against coronavirus.
Leeds tweeted: ‘@LUFC are proud to announce the South Stand will be named in honour of legendary defender Norman Hunter.’
Leeds name Elland Road South Stand in Norman Hunter’s Honour following his death last week
Leeds released a video on official Twitter account on Thursday announcing the name change
Hunter won 28 England caps and was a member of England’s 1966 World Cup winning squad.
He made 540 appearances for Leeds and won two First Division titles, the FA Cup, League Cup and two Inter-Cities Fairs Cups.
Hunter’s 14-year spell at Leeds ended in 1976, when he joined Bristol City.
He finished his professional career at Barnsley in 1983, where he also served as manager between 1980 and 1984.
He had a reputation as hard-tackling defender, which earned him the nickname ‘bite yer legs’.
Hunter made 540 appearances for Leeds and won two First Division titles as well as the FA Cup
Hunter made 28 appearances for England national team throughout the course of his career
Source: Read Full Article