In the history of Leeds United there have always been players with a frayed edge. Think of Eric Cantona, Lee Bowyer and Vinnie Jones, just to name a few. It has given Leeds a certain image of a notorious club, on and off the pitch. This dates back to the 1960s and 1970s, when Leeds was led by manager Don Revie and captain Billy Bremner, when other teams feared their physical play, which was on the brink, but often over it. That, combined with the fact that Leeds was unbeatable in its own country in those years, made the team hated throughout England. But, as is so often the case, those most hated elsewhere are the most loved among their own supporters. Likewise in Leeds. People are proud of the image and the heroes of the past, as portrayed by the statue of Billy Bremner on the corner of Elland Road, right in front of the fan shop. The Scottish captain is the eye-catcher when you arrive at the stadium. A few yards down Lowfields Road – turn right before Bremner – is his old manager Don Revie, somewhat hidden but nevertheless unforgettable in Leeds.