Leeds United 62-year-old 'Malaga Whites' bar owner gets first tattoo to celebrate promotion

The owner of a Leeds United bar in Benalmádena has got his first tattoo ever to celebrate the team's promotion - at the age of 62.

By Daniel Sheridan
Sunday, 2nd August 2020, 3:27 pm

Mick Holmes owns Bar 64 in Benalmádena - the home of the 'Malaga Whites'.

After celebrating the incredible promotion and championship win, Mick decided to get his first ever tattoo on his leg.

The tattoo reads 'Leeds United EFL Champions 2020' with the famous smiley badge.

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Mick Holmes got the tattoo to celebrate promotion

Mick attributed the idea for the tattoo as the 'Bielsa effect'.

He told the Yorkshire Evening Post how more than 60 fans gathered to celebrate the victory at his bar.

Mick has owned the bar for the past year and followed the team's amazing exploits throughout the season.

Hundreds of fans took to social media to praise the tattoo.

Mick Holmes got the tattoo to celebrate promotion

One said: "I love it!"

Another added: "Looks cracking mate!"

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