Win A Copy Of The Chief's New DVD & Guided Tour Of Elland Road

Last updated : 14 November 2005 By Adam Ternent
Leeds United Supporters Trust (LUST) are looking to continue their support
of the clubs recent campaign to Kick Racism Out of football with a
competition that could see a lucky winner receiving a copy of the new
Lucas Radebe DVD 'The Lucas Radebe Story' as well as 2 Tickets for the
official guided tour of Elland Road.
5 runners-up prizes of The Chief's DVD will also be awarded.

In support of the clubs Kick it Out campaign LUST helped facilitate the
Albert Johannesson exhibition at the Leeds Cooperative store in Beeston.
Albert was the first black player to play in an FA Cup Final (1965) and
died in tragic circumstances 10 years ago. This new competition now helps
celebrate another black Leeds United legend from more recent times - The
Chief - Lucas Radebe.

In addition to being a brilliant defender Lucas has shown how a modern day
sports star should use his fame by being an inspiration to young people
everywhere but particularly those disadvantaged children in his home
country of South Africa where he is almost as well known as former
President Mandela.

ILC Sport Ltd, have provided the 6 copies of the
DVD which features the full 90 minutes from the Testimonial game when the
world of international football past and present assembled in front of
38,000 fans at Elland Road in May 2005. The DVD tells the story of his
rise from the townships of South Africa to the very pinnacle of the game
in Europe as captain of Leeds United in their pursuit of domestic and
European glory. It also covers the winning of the African Nations Cup on
his own soil as he became the most capped player in South African

In order to win one of the DVD's which are now available from official
Leeds United outlets price £15.99 as well as good retailers everywhere
from the 14th November 2005 all you have to do is answer the following
question which might just take a bit of research or a good memory.


The Chief Competition Question
Closing Date 1st December

Lucas was rightly known as one the world's great centre halves but he has
always fancied himself as a goalkeeper and on one memorable and heroic
occasion had to take over in goal for Leeds United in a first team game -
Who were Leeds United's opponents on either of the two occasions when
Lucas donned the green shirt and gloves and had to play in goal?

If you think that you know the answer then please email your answer to referencing the 'The Chief Competition' or send
your answer by letter to Leeds United Supporters Trust, The Chief
Competition, C/O Leeds Co-Op Travel, Beeston District Centre, Town Street,
Beeston, Leeds LS11 8PN.
Alternatively you may enter via the LUST website at

The competition closes on December 1st 2005 and is NOT restricted to LUST


Lets Kick Racism Out Of Football
About Kick It Out

The brand name of the campaign - Let's Kick Racism Out of Football - was
established in 1993. Kick It Out works throughout the football,
educational and community sectors to challenge racism and work for
positive change. 2004 marked ten years of campaigning.

The campaign is supported and funded by the game's governing bodies,
including founding body the Professional Footballers Association (PFA),
the FA Premier League, the Football Foundation and The Football

Internationally the Kick It Out plays a leading role in the Football
Against Racism in Europe (FARE) network and has been cited as an example
of good practice by the European governing body UEFA, the world governing
body FIFA, the Council of Europe, the European Commission, European
parliamentarians and the British Council.