EXTRA TIME: Lucas Radebe enjoys following a stronger Leeds United

The Bafana Bafana legend's former club's enjoying a flying start to their new season in the English Championship

Leeds United were once one of the best clubs in the Premier League, but have slid down into the lower division for many years.

It was sad for South African defender Lucas Radebe to witness this from afar, and he's been one of the passionate former players hoping to see the club turnaround.

Radebe's been linked with takeover talks and administration solutions to turn the club around in the past, but he remains a Leeds legend even though the takeover wasn't successful.

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This season they've brought in manager Marcelo Bielsa who currently has a 100% record.

They've beaten Stoke City 3-1 and Derby 4-1, to be sitting pretty on six points after two games. Only Middlesbrough are ahead on seven points, but they've played one game extra.

Below you can see photos of Radebe visiting Leeds United and celebrating their results on Twitter.


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