Leeds United legend Peter Lorimer has died on the age of 74.
The Premier League membership introduced on Saturday morning that their former participant had handed away following a long-term sickness.
An attacking midfielder, Lorimer was the youngest participant to characterize Leeds on the age of 15 years and 289 days and went on to make 705 appearances for the Whites over two spells.
He’s the membership’s all-time prime goalscorer, having netted 238 instances in all competitions, and was a part of a legendary group below Don Revie.
Throughout his good Elland Highway profession, he received two league titles, the FA Cup and League Cup.
“Peter’s contribution to Leeds United won’t ever be forgotten and his passing leaves one other large gap within the Leeds United household,” the membership mentioned.
“He’ll at all times stay a membership icon and his legacy at Elland Highway will reside on.
“Our ideas are naturally with Peter’s spouse Sue and the remainder of his household at this troublesome time.
“Relaxation in peace, Peter.”
Lorimer was an integral member of the Leeds facet below Revie that grew to become probably the most feared groups in Europe in the course of the 1960s and 70s.
He additionally performed 21 instances for Scotland and, following his taking part in profession, later joined the Leeds board as a director.
He additionally labored as a pundit, and remained a vastly in style determine across the membership.
Present Leeds captain Liam Cooper tweeted: “Fly Excessive Peter. A legend that all of us aspire to be like. Sending all our like to Peters household”.
Midfielder Stuart Dallas added: “After the excessive of final evening, we be taught of such unhappy information this morning. My ideas are with Peters household and pals at this troublesome time”.