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John Giles' Best EFC XI Post 1960

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Whos John Giles?
A hardy little so and so who played for donkey's years for Leeds from the early '60s through the early '70s.

He and Sandy Brown were the central figures in an infamous game at Goodison in 1964.

Brown punched Giles after a filthy tackle from the Irish man. The ref actually brought both sides off the pitch as the supporters were going mental, and such was the violence on show by all accounts.


We have beaten The Headpatters
Wayne Rooney is probably the second most gifted player to have ever played for the Eff after Alan Ball, and I include Dixie in that.

Doesn't make the team.

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