Football fans, reporters and players have actually all been sharing photos on social media showcasing a few of their biggest memories and the former Leeds United defender Tony Dorigo is among the most recent to get included.
The 54- year- old shared an image of himself and Eric Cantona holding the Football Association’s Charity Guard through his Twitter account. Here’s what the advocates needed to state concerning his post.
What a day that was
— johncatling (@Catling2John) March 30, 2020
Day to keep in mind pic.twitter.com/jjza24 aV6T
— Bobby Joyce (@bjlufc) March 29, 2020
I existed! When we lost to Vacation home, much better journey to Wembley than!
— Kristian Saynor (@KristianSaynor) March 29, 2020
Nevertheless, for these advocates, the image was destroyed by the reality Eric Cantona was standing together with Dorigo holding the guard.
Good, whatever took place to that other fella?
— MrPaulRobinson (@MrPaulRobinson) March 29, 2020
He followed some seagulls and a trawler!!!?
— Richard Box?? (@richardboxy) March 29, 2020
Ooh ahh Cantona, state Ooh ahh Cantona.
Still upsets me to this day …
— (@The_Ayling_Flop) March 29, 2020
Idea he used up kick boxing
— #Sustainability (@LeoMartorana) March 29, 2020
What do we think?
Tony Dorigo joined Leeds United from Chelsea in 1991 for a reported cost of ₤ 1.33 m (through Transfermarkt.co.uk). He went on to make 171 league appearances for the Whites in between June 1991 and August 1997, according to soccerbase.com.
Have you forgiven Eric Cantona?
It’s clear from a few of the above actions that some fans are still dissatisfied by the reality their former hero Cantona, Dorigo’s colleague left Elland Roadway for Manchester United.
The French forward signed for the Red Devils in November 1992, regardless of just signing up with the Whites previously that year.