WOLVES: THEY PLAYED FOR BOTH

WOLVES: THEY PLAYED FOR BOTH

We look at 11 players who played for Leeds and Wolves.

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Andy Lonergan

The goalkeeper rejoined Leeds for a second time last summer from Wolves after spending the 2016/17 season at Molineux.  Lonergan has also had stints at clubs including Preston North End, Bolton Wanderers and Fulham.


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Jamie Clapham

Now assistant head coach of the Whites, the former Tottenham Hotspur and Ipswich Town defender had a loan at Leeds from Wolves in 2007, helping the Whites clear a 15-point deduction in just five games. 


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Neill Collins

Signed by Mick McCarthy at Sunderland, the pair re-united at Wolves.  A move to Preston North End followed before joining Leeds.  He is now playing in the USA for the Tampa Bay Rowdies.


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Paul Butler

Butler joined Wolves from Sunderland, initially on loan in 2000, before the deal was made permanent.  Following the relegation of Wolves and Leeds from the Premier League, he moved to Elland Road in the summer of 2004.


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Denis Irwin

The full-back started out at Leeds, before moving to Oldham Athletic in 1986.  He spent 12 years with our rivals across the Pennines, before moving to Wolves in 2002 where he had a two year stint.


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Michael Gray
The winger played over 400 times for Sunderland before joining Blackburn Rovers in 2004.  He had two separate loan spells with Leeds, before moving to Molineux in 2007.

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Jermaine Wright

The midfielder started out at Millwall before moving to Wolves in 1994.  Ten years later, after spells at Crewe Alexandra and Ipswich Town, Wright joined Leeds United, before spells at Millwall, Southampton and Blackpool.


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Jemal Johnson

Johnson was signed by Wolves from Blackburn Rovers and had a short loan spell with United in 2007.  Moves to MK Dons and Southend United followed and now 32, he is applying his trade in America.


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Andy Keogh
The forward started out at Leeds before moving to Scunthorpe United.  An impressive spell at Glanford Park led to Wolves signing him, before he returned on loan to the Whites in 2011.

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Dougie Freedman

The striker spent the 1997/98 season with Wolves, before moving to Nottingham Forest.  He then moved south to Crystal Palace where he spent the majority of his career and had a successful loan at Leeds in 2007.


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Robbie Keane
After breaking through at Wolves, Keane was signed by Coventry City, before being snapped up by Inter Milan.  He joined Leeds from the Italian outfit, before later having spells at Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool, Celtic and LA Galaxy.
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