Leeds, Bonne, have a striking engagement in the & # 39; National League with Leyton Orient.
An additional version of Leeds United of Elland Road's icon Jermaine Beckford could be if they win the race that was told to landfill director Leyton Orient, Macauley Bonne.
Leeds organized a young Beckford back in summer 2006 from Wealdstone FC, a team playing in the Isthmian Premier League. The stripper worked part-time as a windmaker for RAC.
Beckford, now 34 and played for League Two side Bury, went on to 84 goals in 147 league and a cup for Leeds – Chelsea's senior youth player Leeds's disappointment Return to the competition at the end of the 2009-10 season.
Leeds left to come to Everton this summer, where he placed 10 goals in 40 games, including an extraordinary one-sided effort towards Chelsea outside her youth. His story is certainly one of the kind of hens to be rich.
Now, Leeds could add a new version of Beckford to their side at Bonne, with TeamTalk to set out Marcelo Bielsa's side; Competition with Nottingham Forest, Derby County and Norwich City for National League rescue.
The 23-year-old man has been on fire for Orient this season, as Justin Edinburgh is looking to guide his side to return to League Two at the second attempt. Bonne has moved 15 goals in 21 games, including one against Wrexham Saturday.
The conflict of red opposition is still in doubt, however, with its contract ending at the end of the season. He could try to sell an Orient in January, rather than being losing free for free in the summer.
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If Leeds can win the race for Bonne, they may sign up a player that will affect Beckford and go on to become a cultural hero at Elland Road – just like Beckford.