Leeds United legend and ex SA captain Lucas Radebe has been immortalised in a stunning recent mural in the Yorkshire city.
The Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana mighty, who captained SA on the 2002 World Cup, performed for Leeds from 1994 to 2005, making 256 appearances in opinion to be one of their most a hit periods in the English Premier League. The cherished centreback earned the nickname “The Chief” from the membership’s supporters.
The Yorkshire Evening Put up reported that the mural changed into unveiled by the Leeds United Supporters’ Belief, and has been funded by Fans For Range, a joint project by the Soccer Supporters’ Affiliation and Kick It Out antiracism marketing campaign.
The paper said the “35-foot mural has been painted on the aspect of Sweeney Todd Barbers in Chapel Allerton by artist Adam Duffield — aka Meds One — where Radebe damaged-down to be a customary earlier than striking up a cessation friendship with owner Richard Dwyer”.