And we have trawled the YEP archive to bring you a selection of the most cringeworthy:
Gunnar Halle and Gary Kelly helped promote Leeds United joining the world wide web...
Rod Wallace and Gary Kelly prepare for a game against Southampton. We have no idea why Rod is holding a snooker cue.
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Clyde Wijnhard enjoys Red Nose day fun at the Sava Centre in the White Rose Centre.
David Batty (who was playing for Newcastle United at the time) visits Waddingtons Games in Leeds to try out 'Squads' the Premier League card game.
Pudsey Bear gets some shooting tips from Lee Sharpe (left) and Rod Wallace ahead of Leeds United's Coca Cola Cup clash with Reading.
Lee Sharpe promotes Valentine's Day.
Tony Dorigo swaps his boots for a waiter's tray as he launches a new style sports restaurant in north Leeds called Radio Dayz.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink tries out some Yorkshire fish and chips before the match against Grimsby Town.
Lee Sharpe, Nigel Martin and Jimmy Hasselbaink on the catwalk in the new strip at the Leeds United Fashion Show...
John Lukic and Gary Kelly officially opened the Midland Bank cash machine at Elland Road - the first ever to be opened at a football ground. The first withdrawl of 100 was donated to Cancer Research, John's chosen charity.
Lee Sharpe and Tony Dorigo prepare themselves for the Leeds United end of season trip to the USA.
Richard Jobson. David Wetherall and Gary Speed sample the burgers on offer at Wendys, the latest US foot outlet to open in Leeds.