Former Leeds United superstar, Tony Yeboah, is an official Ambassador of the Leeds United Foundation, the official charity of the famous Elland Road club.
The Ghanaian born striker, who played for the Elland Road club from 1995-1997, scored 32 goals for the club including a thunderous strike against Wimbledon, voted the greatest ever Premier League goal.
Tony Yeboah, spoke about his role at the club as, Leeds United Foundation Ambassador:
“Leeds United is a club very dear to my heart and I am delighted to become an Ambassador for the club’s very own Foundation. Leeds is a wonderful city and I have great memories of my time at Elland Road and the reception from the most brilliant fans in world football.
“In my role as Ambassador I will be advocating the great work of the Leeds United Foundation on my travels across Africa and the rest of the world. The support the charity provides for the Yorkshire community, both young and old, is incredible and I am delighted to help them in their quest to expand their impact and help for others. The club gave me so much and it is the very least I can do to help the people of the city and Yorkshire.”