Leeds United's all-time record goalscorer Peter Lorimer has died aged 74 following a long-term illness, the Premier League club have announced.
Leeds said in an official statement: "Peter’s contribution to Leeds United will never be forgotten and his passing leaves another huge hole in the Leeds United family.
"He will always remain a club icon and his legacy at Elland Road will live on. Our thoughts are naturally with Peter’s wife Sue and the rest of his family at this difficult time.
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"Rest in peace, Peter."
Lorimer played in all three matches during Scotland's 1974 World Cup campaign, winning 24 caps in total.
Lorimer also won 21 caps for Scotland and featured in all their matches in the 1974 World Cup.
He became Leeds' youngest ever player, making his debut against Southampton in 1962 at the age of 15 years and 289 days. But he did not feature again for two years and only became a regular in the 1965-66 season.
After leaving the club in 1979, Lorimer had spells at Cape Town City, Toronto Blizzard and York City before a second stint at his boyhood side in 1983.
He ended his playing career in 1986 after a short period in Israel with Hapoel Haifa, after which he became a spokesman for Leeds and also worked as a pundit and columnist.
"Fly High Peter. A legend that we all aspire to be like. Sending all our love to Peter's family," current Leeds skipper Liam Cooper tweeted.
Leeds lost another of their former greats last year with the death of Jack Charlton at the age of 85.
Club chairman Andrea Radrizzani tweeted: "Another Legend left us. My prayers with the family - it has been an honour to meet you and host you at Elland Road, your home."
FIFA and the Scottish FA also paid tribute to Lorimer.
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