Gary Speed was a major part of the great Leeds midfield that won the title in 1992. He came from Chester played for the club for six years before heading off for boyhood club Everton. He was a great all round player, strong in the air on the ground and scored vital goals regularly. His death in 2011 remains one of the great shocks of our time. Leeds fans will always remember him with affection the immortal words from a game v Sheffield United 1990: go on Gary Speed, get
In November 2011 the world of Football was shocked to hear about the death of Gary Speed, a winner of the old 2nd and 1st Division titles whilst at Leeds. In the first game after his death Leeds United fans placed club shirts, memorabilia and cards on the Billy Bremner statue outside Elland Road as a tribute to the man.
Gary-LegendBaseball Players, Tennis Players and Police Officers Developing Cancer and Dying from Exposure to Microwave Radiation from Radar Guns The radar is aimed at the pitcher from behind home plate and at times, in center field aimed at the catchers to get the velocities off of the bat. It is used on almost every ball that is pitched and caught, whether it be at practice, spring training or during regular season, a radar gun is in operation aimed directly at the pitcher.