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||10 Jul 1901, Bucksburn (Scotland)
||01 Mar 1922
||31 May 1932
Bill Menzies was signed as a raw 21-year-old from Scotland but
became a Leeds man through and through. He became the first choice
left-back as Leeds won promotion to Division 1 for the first time,
using his pace and ball sense to outwit the opposition's front line.
After leaving Leeds, he briefly played non-league football and became
involved with coaching for the county FA.
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