Eddie Gray was a cultured winger who was an integral member of the legendary Leeds United football team of the 1960s and 1970s, later twice becoming the club’s manager.
In 2000, he was voted as the third Greatest Leeds United player of all time, surpassed only to his club captain, Billy Bremner, and John Charles. He was also voted into the Greatest Leeds United team of all time. His two goals against Burnley in 1970 feature in Leeds United’s Greatest 100 goals – the second of which is widely regarded as the greatest Leeds United goal of all time and recently featured in The Times as one of the five greatest ever goals.
He is currently working on LUTV commentating on both home and away Leeds United matches with Thom Kirwin. On 9 May 2013. He was also appointed as Leeds United football Ambassador, and was inducted into the English Hall of Fame on 25 September 2013 at an awards evening in Manchester.