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Leeds' All Time Greats: No 9 Arthur Graham

14 Feb 2010 11:48:50

Leeds' All Time Greats: No 9 Arthur Graham

When he visits schools, says he encourages the kids to sing 'Marching On Together'. Arthur Graham (1977-83) 260 apps, 47 goals The Scot's inclusion is also a vote for Carl Harris because, although next to useless in the 1980s, Leeds did at least have two high-class wingers. I had a soft spot for both of them and Harris did turn down Manchester United for Charlton Athletic, but Graham gets the nod for the top 50. His speed was more iffy wiring than electric, but he was clever and when he scored his hat-trick against Wolverhampton Wanderers, the world seemed to make a bit more sense. He still lives near Leeds, coaches at the academy and, when he visits schools, says he encourages the kids to sing Marching On Together. What a man. Personal informationDate of birth26 October 1952 (1952-10-26) (age 57)Place of birth   Castlemilk, Glasgow, ScotlandPlaying positionLeft wingerSenior career1YearsClubApp (Gls)*1969-19771977-19831983-19851985-1987AberdeenLeeds UnitedManchester UnitedBradford City220 (34)223 (37)037 0(5)031 0(2)   National team1978-1981Scotland011 0(2)1 Senior club appearances and goalscounted for the domestic league only.* Appearances (Goals)


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