"They play the best football I've seen from any English side ever, and probably comparable to some of the great teams, like Hungary."
Malcolm Allison on Leeds United in 1973
The early 1970s was dominated by Leeds United in all domestic competitions; reaching cup finals, winning trophies, topping the league and, in doing so, entertaining fans with a delightful brand of attacking football.
Under the watchful eye of legendary commentator and presenter Brian Moore, The Big Match archives have been opened again, allowing fans to reflect on some more of the great games of the era.
With club legends throughout the side such as Billy Bremner, Peter Lorimer, Johnny Giles, Allan Clarke and Jack Charlton, to name but a few, teams across the country feared and admired this Leeds United team.
Packed with highlights from 19 matches including the a win for the reigning champions in 1969, six matches from the 1970/71 season, plus extended highlights and analysis of victory against Chelsea in the 1973/74 Championship winning season; a match in which Leeds set a post war record of 20 unbeaten games at the start of a season, leading expert analyst Malcolm Allison to declare Leeds United as the greatest ever English team.