Not only did the Leeds United have great shirts in the 90s. They also had great socks.
They were made by Puma but worn in Yorkshire by a raft of legends. In 1997-98 George Graham led Leeds United to a 5th placed finish in the Premier League.
It was all change at Leeds as Woodgate, Smith and Robinson were promoted from the youth team and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink was brought in to replace Tony Yeboah.
One striker with a lethal strike was replaced by another. Hasselbaink had a stormer of a season scoring 22 goals for Leeds and he did so wearing these absolutely banging socks.
They were made by Puma and had a yellow base, blue top with white hoop and LUFC embroidered on them.
Check them out in all their glory below and if you want to be like Jimmy you can pick up a pair in our marketplace for £9.99.