How Leeds United won the Centenary FA Cup: Clarke...1-0 by Martin Jarred

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To mark the 40th anniversary of Leeds United’s Centenary FA Cup triumph, JMD Media has published Clarke … 1–0.

This tells the story of how Don Revie’s super squad won their only FA Cup after a brilliant season in which United’s razzmatazz football won universal acclaim.

It looks, match by match, at how the Whites reached Wembley where they delivered one of the greatest days in the club’s history.

It’s a tale of power cuts, stocking tabs, pre-match warm-ups and spellbinding football that saw the birth of Super Leeds.

MARTIN JARRED is a freelance journalist who covers Leeds United matches at Elland Road for The Press, York, where he was sports editor for many years. He formerly worked on a weekly newspaper in Leeds, was sports editor at the Scarborough Evening News and has followed the club’s fortunes since he was a boy. He also complied Leeds United For Club and Country in 2009. With Malcolm Macdonald, he is co-author of Leeds United: A Complete Record – the fifth edition of which is due out in 2012 – The Who’s Who of Leeds United, The Leeds United Story, The Leeds United Cup Book and Leeds United: The Complete European Record. He has contributed Leeds United details to the PFA Footballer’ Who’s Who . He is also co-author of Citizens and Minstermen: A Who’s Who of York City.


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