- The iconic Bafana Bafana and Leeds captain continues to enjoy immense respect globally for his leadership and service
- Radebe was given the honour of walking out an equally respected figure in Josh Warrington the first man from Leeds to hold a world boxing title
- Rhoo continues his selfless work in philanthropy and the honour is a well deserved accolade for one who has contributed so immensely to the sport
South African soccer legend and former captain of Bafana Bafana has been honoured in Leeds England where he played and made over 200 appearances for the All Whites. Radebe led the club to its best ever finish of 3rd position and captained the club to the semi finals of the Champions League the following season.
The fond memories the people of Leeds have of their former Elland Road captain has resulted in the honour of naming a bus after him. The honour which is not the first from the people of Leeds comes after Radebe was asked to walk out another son of Leeds in Josh Warrington who became the first man from Leeds to hold a world boxing title.
Briefly.co.za learned that the Lucas Radebe bus followed the naming of a beer after him.- the Radebeer. The Bafana Bafana legend is widely respected and remains an important part of the sporting history of the people of Leeds.
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