Liverpool, August 21, 1995. There are some goals that seem destined to remain part of any self-respecting Premier League montage: David Beckham spotting Wimbledon’s Neil Sullivan off his line, Dennis Bergkamp sending Nikos Dabizas out for a paper, and Tony Yeboah nearly splitting the crossbar at Elland Road. Playing against Liverpool, the club he supported growing up in the Ghanaian city of Kumasi, Yeboah cemented his already growing cult hero status at Elland Road with a truly explosive effort. A goal of real beauty, though not in the tiki-taka sense, it was technique and raw power bundled into a ferocious package.
Former Black Stars playmaker, Tony Yeboah on 21st August, 1995 broke the hearts of Liverpool fans as he hit a thunderous volley past James. Yeboah hit a powerful volley in the 51st minute to take his tally to 16 goals in 18 starts for Leeds United and help his side maintain a 100% record in the league at the time. Football Is My Drug Liverpool Is My Dealer. 5,674 Followers · Sports Team. Sport Social. 9,602 Followers · Media/News Company. 90s Football Videos Tony Yeboah's top 5 goals for Leeds United.
Tony Yeboah sits down in front of the TV and relives his classic goal for Leeds United against Liverpool in 1995. Tony Yeboah will forever be remembered by Leeds United fans for the incredible goals he scored in the mid-90s, but the feeling’s mutual.. The former Ghana international is a certified cult hero after his powerfully hit strikes against Liverpool and Wimbledon, two of the greatest goals in Premier League history.
Tony Yeboah – Wimbledon vs. LEEDS UNITED (September 1995) 3 Sep 2019 3 Sep 2019 A month earlier, Ghanaian hotshot Tony Yeboah had scored one of the greatest-ever Premier League goals against Liverpool FC. Yeboah took the plaudits in some style. His 50th minute goal was breathtaking and it was the only one of the game. A thunderous strike from 20 yards left Liverpool keeper David James without an earthly chance of stopping it. The unstoppable shot, however, was volleyed with Yeboah’s ‘wrong’ foot – the right, if you see what I mean.
”-- Tony Yeboah on that goal against Liverpool. 'Yegoala FC was a more natural step and I love that I can still be involved in football too. Tony Yeboah. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. Live Statistics. English Articles. Improved in 24 Hours. Added in 24 Hours. Languages. Recent.
Tony Yeboah Leeds United 1, Liverpool 0 21st August 1995 -- Tony Yeboah on that goal against Liverpool. 'Yegoala FC was a more natural step and I love that I can still be involved in football too. We try to focus on finding talented young players and giving them a chance. Sometimes I think about dusting off my boots, I'd like to do that but I think the players would laugh! Cult Heroes #1 – Tony Yeboah Tony Yeboah what a man, a time when his name was synonymous with the Goal Of The Month competition on Match Of The Day. I know you could rightfully consider Matthew Le Tissier as “Mr Goal Of The Month” but I think the two goals scored by the Leeds …
Club career. Yeboah was born in Kumasi, Ghana. After spending his youth in Kumasi, Yeboah joined German club 1.FC Saarbrücken in 1988. This move was of some historical significance, because Yeboah became one of the first black players to appear in the Bundesliga.Yeboah had a slow first year, but then scored 17 league goals in his second Saarbrücken year. Leeds United were crying out for a top striker when they went to Germany to sign Ghanaian forward Tony Yeboah from Eintracht Frankfurt in January 1995. Yeboah had scored plenty of goals in the Bundesliga for the Eagles, sharing the ‘Torjägerkanone’ award for the top scorer on two separate occasions. Having already impressed Leeds supporters… Mention the name Tony Yeboah to any Leeds fan – in fact to any football fan with a memory long enough to stretch way back to the mid-nineties, and you can bet that a faraway look will come into their eyes, and they’ll say “Ah, yes – that incredible goal against Liverpool. Goal of the…
Tony Yeboah. 6,892 likes · 3 talking about this. Goal scoring machine! Leeds United legend Tony Yeboah denies claims he is. Yeboah is best remembered by Leeds United fans for scoring a superb volley against Liverpool in the 1995-96 season.. With 29 goals,.
It was 20 years ago to the day, that legend Tony Yeboah scored one of the most famous English Soccer goals of all time. It was a deep ball from the left by Tony Dorigo, which was then headed back by Rod Wallace just 25 yards from the goal. Collectively show the appreciation of this The two goal cushion is restore Another pain restored more info and to click Pages Businesses Sport & recreation Sports Team Leeds United Videos GOAL: Tony Yeboah vs Wimbledon (1995)
Liverpool sunk by Yeboah's classic.. Stan Collymore limped out of Elland Road last night while Tony Yeboah staked an early claim for the. with Yeboah's goal that also set the agenda for the. A look at Tony Yeboah's top three goals for Leeds United.. Leeds United vs Liverpool - August, 1995. This goal won the August Goal of the Month competition, but, amazingly,. Tony Yeboah for Leeds. Steven Gerrard for Liverpool. Paul Pogba for Juventus. Some of the most enjoyable goals of all time have been half-volleys… The finest co-commentary minds of our time – Atkinson, Townsend, Beglin, Hargreaves – have never seemed to reach a consensus on what exactly is the hardest skill in football.
Tony Yeboah's wonder goal for Leeds United v Liverpool - BBC Radio Leeds 21/08/1995 Leeds cult hero Tony Yeboah was renowned for his ability to score stunners during his two-and-a-half season stint at Elland Road and has chosen his volley against Liverpool as his favourite ever goal.. The Ghanaian had an incredibly difficult decision to make, having to pick between the Liverpool strike and another iconic volley against Wimbledon.
Tony Yeboah's Greatest Goals! | Feat. Volley vs Liverpool and wondergoal vs Wimbledon! Leeds United legend Tony Yeboah has managed to chose his favourite goal at Leeds in a rare interview. The striker, who was signed from Eintracht Frankfurt, scored 32 goals in his 66 games for the club during a hugely memorable spell. 24 years ago I was romancing my holiday girlfriend to a pizza and coke whilst this game was on tv in the hotel restaurant, she got covered in said pizza and coke when it left Yeboahs foot and didn’t speak to me for the rest of the night.... love ain’t easy as a 12 year old!!!
Watch Tony Yeboah v Liverpool - The Premiership Years #LUFC - video dailymotion. 2004 Tony Yeboah talks about his goals v Wimbledon and Liverpool #LUFC. WALMOTtv. 1:22.. Tony Yeboah wondergoal v Liverpool. SG8. 2:27. That's Tony Yeboah! BIGPETE. 0:35. We Can Football / Tony Yeboah. Leeds United - Tony Yeboah wondergoal v Liverpool. SG8. Follow. 7 years ago | 10.6K views. Report. Browse more videos. Playing next. 1:46. 2004 Tony Yeboah talks about his goals v Wimbledon and Liverpool #LUFC.
Tony Yeboah’s fleeting brilliance in the Premier League. Just over a month later, Yeboah would equal the Liverpool goal in terms of audacity, only this time he took it a notch higher. Leeds were winning 2-1 against Wimbledon on a gloriously sunny day at Selhurst Park. “Goal 44: Tony Yeboah vs Wimbledon, 1995. #Greatest90sGoals https://t.co/l5t4AQJtrF”
Tony Yeboah's wonder goal for Leeds mk.I, a stunning volley against Liverpool (off the underside of the bar of course). Sorry no commentary. What's Tony Yeboah's favourite goal? 'It's not fair to have to choose between them. A lot of the fans love the Wimbledon one, but to score against... Press J to jump to the feed. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts
#LUFC100: Tony Yeboah vs Liverpool. Leeds United. October 18 · 🚀 What's Tony Yeboah's favourite goal? 'It's not fair to have to choose between them. A lot of the fans love the Wimbledon one, but to score against Liverpool was something special.' Related Videos. 6:25. The goal that sent Tony Yeboah’s star soaring has been talked about, analysed and replayed for 20 years. Listen back and the pauses in the commentary expose an air of disbelief. “Yeboah with a.
ROCKET MAN Tony Yeboah: The gifted Ghanaian on his time with Leeds, the legacy of THAT goal against Liverpool and the shock of reading that he’d died FORGOTTEN GOAL: 24 years ago today Tony Yeboah continued his personal crusade against tap-ins by scoring this pinger. Liverpool, September 17, 1995. Tony Yeboah vs Wimbledon. Former Black Stars playmaker, Tony Yeboah on 21st August, 1995 broke the hearts of Liverpool fans as he hit a thunderous volley past James. Yeboah hit a powerful volley in the 51st minute to take his tally to 16 goals in 18 starts for Leeds United and help his side maintain a 100% record in […]
Think back to Tony Yeboah and the chances are you’ll have an image of the Leeds United cult hero scoring some of the Premier League’s best-ever goals.. There’s a debate about which of his long-range strikes, scored against Wimbledon and Liverpool within a few weeks of one another, is the best - but the former Ghana international has a particular favourite. The best goals to go in off the woodwork: Tony Yeboah, LEEDS UNITED vs Liverpool, 1995. Not many people know this but the technical term for hitting off the underside of the bar is a ‘Yeboah’. Well, it should be anyway.
📅Even by his standards, breathtakingly brilliant' # OnThisDay in 1995 Tony Yeboah scored a hat-trick in our 4-2 win over Wimbledon, including this stunning goal The Premier League has seen many of the world's great players score many of the world's great goals over. The 23 Best Goals in Premier League History.. Tony Yeboah vs Liverpool, 1995..
Tony Yeboah arrived at Elland Road from Eintracht Frankfurt – later claiming to have turned down Bayern Munich in the process – halfway through the 1994/95 season as a 29-year-old unknown quantity. 120 goals in seven seasons in Germany, though, meant Wilkinson’s £3.4m outlay was hardly a cable-TV impulse purchase. Hello Football Friends, Welcome to The Football Hour. This is Footballer Love Letters, a script of passion about former Leeds United striker Tony Yeboah. Our Tony scored a worldie, it was a rocket and it was hit so hard it hurt my head and indeed my heart. I knew after watching the goal recently I needed to let my feelings about the goal be known. So I decided to write Yeboah a love letter.