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McConley Bon could be the next Jimine Beckford of Leeds


Leeds' outstanding striker builds a luminous national league with Layton Orient.

March 4, 2017, Avi Stadium, Cambridge, England; League 2 Football, Cambridge & United vs. Manchester United; McConley Boone of Colchester United celebrates its goal ...

Leeds United could have a different version of the road icon at Aland, Jermaine Beckford, if they win the reported race on Leighton Race Ground in Pioneer Bone.

Leeds signed a young way back to Beckford in the summer of 2006 from Wealdstone FC, a team that played the Isthmian Premier League. The pioneer was working part-time as a windscreen game for the RAC.

Beckford, now 34 and playing in the second division on the Bury side, continued to score 84 goals in 147 goals in the league and Leeds Cup – with youth player Leslie who led Leeds to return to the championship at the end of the 2009-10 season.

He left Leeds to join Everton that summer, where he scored 10 goals in 40 games, including an amazing solo effort against his former Chelsea side. To. His story is definitely one of the rags into the wealth category.

Now, Leeds can add a new version of Beckford to their side of Bonn, with TeamTalk claiming the side of Marcelo and Bielsa are competing in Nottingham Forest, Derby County Norwich City for the National League League.

The 23-year-old has been on fire for Orient this season, as Justin Edinburgh seems to guide his side to return to the second division in the second attempt. Boone scored 15 goals in 21 games, including one against Wrexham on Saturday.

McConley Bone of the Orient in action during the National League of Vanarama between Salford City and Layton Orient in Moore Lane on August 4, 2018 in Salford, England.

However, the striker's future of red fervor is still questionable, with the end of his contract at the end of the season. This might tempt Orient into selling it in January, instead of losing it for free in the summer.

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If Leeds can win the race for Bonn, then they may be signing on to a player that can reflect the influence of Beckford and continue to be a cult hero at Elland Road – just like Beckford.

Lincoln City of Connelly Bone during the National League of Vermare match between Lincoln City and Braintree Town at Cincinnall Stadium on October 1, 2016 in Lincoln, England.

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