To tie in with the launch of TSS’ new YouTube channel, we’re going to be taking a look back at some of the greatest games in the history of Leeds United Football Club.

In 1972, Leeds were flying high and Don Revie was keen to rid the club of the ‘Dirty Leeds’ tag that had cast a black cloud over the most successful period in the clubs history.

Don was keen to prove that The Whites weren’t just a team of hard-tackling, fearless and uncompromising footballers, but also one that was bursting with skill, flair and talent.

The 4th of March 1972 will be a day Saints fans don’t want too many reminders of, but for Don Revie’s Leeds United, it was a day where the footballing world was forced to take notice as the Whites mercilessly destroyed Southampton by seven goals to nil.

Despite the masterclass in football that Bremner and the boys put on, the press were still critical of Leeds United for what they decided was “show-boating” and being unsportsmanlike in victory!

I guess you just can’t please some people? The Leeds fans were pretty happy though! Enjoy…