RIP Billy Bremner.
20-years ago today we lost a legend at Leeds United who will never be forgotten. I was fortunate enough to know Billy personally as a youngster and not only was he a top footballer but he was a top man who loved talking football. RIP Billy. pic.twitter.com/1gI0BtLZYZ— Vital Leeds (@VitalLeeds) December 7, 2017
... Now little Billy Bremner is the captain of the crew— I'd Radebe Leeds (@Radebe_Leeds) December 7, 2017
For the sake of Leeds United he will break himself in two
His hair is red and fuzzy and his body's black and blue
But Leeds go marchin' on...
20 years on & never forgotten. RIP King Billy.
️- @loomstride #lufc pic.twitter.com/nceRyIrHrm
Leeds United Links
Alan Clarke remembers Billy Bremner, the greatest Leeds player of all time. [Yorkshire Evening Post]
England and English football Links
Turns out those reports of knives and the lot at the Brighton & Hove Albion v Crystal Palace match were a little premature. Imagine that, the police saying that football fans are all violent criminals before all the facts are in. [BBC.com]
Dulwich Hamlet, a non-League team in London, is facing the prospect of being locked out of their own home ground due to a legal dispute with a property developer. [The Independent]
World Football Links
Oh, snap! The State of Ohio’s Attorney General’s office is reviewing to see if Anthony Precourt, the owner of the Columbus Crew SC, has violated Ohio law by threatening to move the team. Ohio passed a law prohibiting sports teams from moving if the team had received public tax dollars in funding or any other financial benefit from local government in the building or operation of the team’s stadium. [Govdelivery.com]
Do you stream football games online? If you’re a Leeds fan in the US, or ever plan on visiting the US or have any internet traffic that goes through the US, the “Net Neutrality” issue will affect you. [Stars & Stripes FC]