Peter Lorimer the king of the toe-punts, we would be doing a lorimer in the play grounds or on a local patch of grass when 20 a sides were common. He played 705 times for Leeds scoring 238 goals, a Leeds record now and probably will never be beaten.
Frank Worthington had a magic left foot, he scored a Gazza like goal, juggling it, flipping it over and volleying a goal. He made appearances for 24 football teams, played for England and had a short spell as manager at Tranmere.
Worthington lived a playboy lifestyle. In 1972 he undertook a medical at Liverpool ahead of a proposed transfer to the club. On hearing that Worthington had high blood pressure, manager Bill Shankly sent him to Majorca for a week for health reasons. After encounters with four separate women, including a former Miss World, during the break, he returned showing higher blood pressure and the transfer fell through.
Both were great players and were characters from bygone times, with the likes of Stan Bowles, Rodney Marsh, Mick Channon just to name a few.