Added by Sheridan8 2 years ago
You can read an interview with Noel Whelan in The Square Ball magazine 2010/11 season issue ten, available at Elland Road before the Burnley game on 30th April and online from www.thesquareball.net.Highlights from the autumn of 1994, when Noel Whelan made his mark in the Leeds United first team with a run of goals and man of the match performances.Music by Quickspace.
Rigsby and Miss Jones discuss the local Tory candidate's liking for bloodsports.
Noel Whelan flicks on to Jamie Forrester, whose overhead kick gives Leeds United a 3-0 aggregate lead in the second leg of the FA Youth Cup Final, 1993. Leeds eventually won 4-1 on aggregate.
Pop video produced in honour of then Leeds United striker Eric Cantona. This is a bad quality video off the telly version taken from the 92/93 Leeds season review video.Shortly after this video was made, and midway through the 92/93 season, Cantona retired from top level football.
The second of two inexplicable music and dance interludes in 1981 documentary, 'Inside The Football Game: A Behind The Scenes Look At Leeds United'. Here, dance troupe Sylkie's Horizon interrupt assistant manager Martin Wilkinson's fascinating treatise on the importance of supporters to perform a routine to the sound of 'Underwater' by Harry Thumann. This done, the programme returns to the array of tea-towels, pillowcases, and other practical items available in the club shop - as if the dance routine hadn't even happened.
The first of two inexplicable music and dance interludes in 1981 documentary, 'Inside The Football Game: A Behind The Scenes Look At Leeds United'. Here, dance troupe Sylkie's Horizon don the Leeds United away kit of the day and mince around in the West Stand gym to the sound of 'Hard Times' by the Human League. It ends with a segue into some footage of John Lukic and Alan Clarke doing some training - 'hard times', you see?