Lucas Radebe again demonstrates his Leeds United allegiance on Twitter

The South African is a fan of everything Leeds.

There is absolutely no doubt that South African defender Lucas Radebe is a Leeds United legend.

He arrived at Elland Road from Kaizer Chiefs back in 1994 and went on to become an icon at the club.

Over the course of 11 years with Leeds he became their number one defender and helped them to the semi-finals of the Champions League in 2001.

His legend was so strong that a Leeds five-piece dubbed 'Parva' renamed their band the 'Kaizer Chiefs' in 2003 - in recognition of Radebe's former club. They went on to sell five top ten albums and their lead singer is that bloke off of The Voice.

Radebe continues to be a star at Leeds and it was in reference to the band Kaizer Chiefs that he showed his Leeds allegiance again today.

Replying to a fan on Twitter who was asking if he was a fan of the band Radebe had this to say:

Leeds fans continue to hold Radebe in legendary status and would certainly love to have a similar figure in their current backline.

Saying that Sol Bamba offers some similarities, but it would be unfair to suggest that he is anywhere near the standard Radebe achieved at Elland Road.

Hopefully Leeds' next Radebe is just around the corner.

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