Leeds' All Time Greats: No 6 Terry Yorath

11 February 2010 11:36
Played in 28 games of the 1974 title campaign. Terry Yorath (1967-76) 196 apps, 12 goals The blond Welshman was another version of Mick Bates, a high-class stand-in for any part of the most illustrious midfield in Britain. Yorath's contribution to Leeds is oft overlooked as he actually played in 28 games of the 1974 title campaign and was even more prevalent the next season, when post-Revie Leeds made it to the European Cup final. Personal informationFull nameTerence Charles YorathDate of birth27 March 1950 (1950-03-27) (age 59)Place of birth Cardiff, WalesPlaying positionMidfielderClub informationCurrent clubNoneYouth careerLeeds UnitedSenior career1YearsClubApp (Gls)*1967-19761976-19791979-19811981-19821982-19851986Leeds UnitedCoventry CityTottenham HotspurVancouver WhitecapsBradford CitySwansea City141 (10)099 0(3)046 0(1)029 0(2)027 0(0)001 0(0) National team1969-1981Wales059 0(2)Teams managed1986-19891988-19931989-19901990-19911994-19951995-19972001-20022008-2009Swansea CityWalesBradford CitySwansea CityCardiff CityLebanonSheffield WednesdayMargate1 Senior club appearances and goalscounted for the domestic league only.* Appearances (Goals)