We want to hear why Leeds United is special to you - the YEP says

Leeds United is a family.

Monday, 24th August 2020, 6:00 am
Leeds United fan Ben Hunt who has his own museum displaying Leeds United memorabelia in his own home in Denby Dale near Wakefield.

And to borrow a certain line from a certain song, we’ve been through it all together.

But, during good times and bad, what remains as the one constant are the lifelong memories that come with supporting Leeds.

And for some that love of the Whites reaches a whole new meaning.

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Take postman Ben Hunt. Such is his love for the club that he has now added a giant badge from the side of Elland Road to his vast collection of memorabilia.

The crest, which had been taken from the club’s East Stand when the entrance underwent a recent expansion, now looks set to adorn the side of his house.

But Ben’s story won’t be unique – we know Leeds lives and breathes football and, most importantly, its football club.

So as we look to gear up towards the Premier League we want to hear from you about why the club is so special.

Email us about what Leeds United means to you for a special report at [email protected]

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