Norman Hunter was born in Gateshead in 1943 and is an iconic former English Soccerer known as the hardman of Leeds United in their successful time during the 1960s and 1970s. Norman, since leaving the game, has become a popular after-dinner speaking guest who has worked for BBC Radio Leeds and Yorkshire Radio as a summariser at Leeds games since 1993. He released a well received and widely read autobiography, Biting Talk, in 2004 and remains a Leeds legend.
Norman (known as Norman ‘bite your legs’ Hunter because of his hard tackling) was also part of the 1966 World Cup squad and in 1998 was included on the Soccer League list of 100 League Legends. After playing for Leeds for 14 years, Hunter left in the autumn of 1976, joining Bristol City. He played there for three years and was instrumental in helping them retain their first division status, before returning to Yorkshire in 1976. Three years later Hunter became player/manager for Barnsley. In 1985 he moved to Rotherham United and two years later became assistant manager of Leeds United. Norman Hunter is a popular figure still, despite having finished playing eyesore ago. He is a throwback to the good old days when players were a lot tougher, and people live hearing his stories about this era. As such, should you be planning an event, function or ceremony, this former professional is an always entertaining choice.
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