Enjoy these photos of Paul Madeley in action for Leeds United over the years. PIC: Varley Picture Agency
Paul Madeley began and ended his professional career with the Whites clocking up 724 appearances for the club. Known for his versatility and quality in a number of different positions, his influence at Elland Road spawned the phrase ‘The Eleven Pauls’ and earned him his ‘Rolls Royce’ nickname. He held his place as a first-team player for almost 20 years before retiring in 1980. Enjoy these photos, published courtesy of Getty and Varley Picture Agency, of a Leeds United legend. READ MORE:'Clarke 1-0' - 12 photos from Leeds United's 1972 FA Cup Final win
Paul Madeley at a pre-season photocall in August 1968.
Paul Madeley heads the ball during a pre-season photocall in August 1969.
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Paul Madeley is carried off after an injury during a League Division One match against Nottingham Forest in February 1966.
Paul Madeley in action against Chelsea during the 1970 FA Cup final.
Paul Madeley and Kevin Keegan battle for the ball during a fourth round League Cup clash at Anfield in October 1972.
Paul Madeley and Arsenal's Frank McLintock battle for the ball.
Paul Madeley joins the attack during Leeds United's clash with Middlesbrough at Ayresome Park.
Paul Madeley in action against Stoke City.
Paul Madeley in action for Leeds United during the late 1970s.
Trevor Cherry and Eddie Gray say farewell to Paul Madeley after he retired in 1980.
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