Leeds United fans to pay tribute to Christopher Loftus, Kevin Speight and Peter Lorimer - how you can feature in video
Leeds United fans are being encouraged to participate in a video in memory of Christopher Loftus, Kevin Speight and Peter Lorimer.
Ahead of Saturday's game against Sheffield United, the club is paying tribute to the former goalscorer and late fans.
Leeds United legend and record goalscorer Peter Lorimer died on March 20 after battling a long term illness, with Saturday's Yorkshire derby marking the Whites' first game since.
Monday April 5 also marks 21 years since two Leeds United supporters, Christopher Loftus and Kevin Speight, travelled to Turkey to watch their team in action but never returned home.
The club is asking fans to send in a five to 10 second video of them clapping, which will be shown on the big screen at Elland Road ahead of the game at 3pm on Saturday.
You can send in your video here.
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