10. Lucas Radebe
Lucas Radebe’s fortune changed when he signed for Leeds in 1994 and amazingly enough, he never knew about Leeds before he signed for them! However, his start to Leeds career wasn’t the best, and he managed to get just 25 appearances in his first two seasons and it wasn’t long when he was looking for a move. However, new boss George Graham had something else planned for him and Radebe now became a regular in the side and was also named the captain in the 98-99 season. He showed some incredible performances before ultimately having to call off his career due to a string of injuries. However, it was clear that Graham made his career go north.