Jason Wilcox scored on his full league debut after signing from Blackburn Rovers for £4 million in December 1999. But that goal against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light was a rare highlight for a winger whose opportunities proved limited and game time sporadic. He joined the Whites at a time a younger rival - Harry Kewell - stepped through the academy at Thorp Arch. During five years Wilcox played just 105 times yet demonstrated his vision and creative ability out wide when opportunities came and injuries subsided. READ MORE: 16 of the most iconic Leeds United photos of all time
Jason Wilcox in focus - Memories of a Leeds United winger
He was the signing who made an immediate impression on the Elland Road faithful..
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