Leeds United is a club of rich tradition. They may have been out of the top flight for some years now, but theirs is a heritage tied with the very history of English football.
Part of that tradition is the incredible support at Elland Road as die-hard Leeds fans live each triumph and disaster with their team – and the club has chosen to acknowledge that connection.
Ahead of their clash with Preston North End, Leeds shared a brilliant video package on Twitter featuring players such as Chris Wood and Kemar Roofe paying tribute to the “roar” of the stadium as they emerge from the tunnel and how the fans have been “unbelievable” and even induced goose bumps with their support.
Manager Garry Monk also spoke of how the terraces and the players feed off each other and that the bond between them has been the strongest in years.
The Peacocks are pushing for promotion this season and a return to the Premier League would mean the world to the fans. The video was posted with the hash-tag ‘Family’ – and that’s exactly how one can describe Leeds United.
Check out the fantastic video below:
— Leeds United (@LUFC) April 7, 2017