Leeds beat off a host of clubs to sign Jimmy Dunn from Scottish
junior football after World War 2, and he was to be a fixture in Leeds
sides for more than 10 years. He only scored one goal in his time at
Leeds - against Blackburn in 1950 - but he was widely respected for
his defensive abilities and thought unlucky not to win a Scottish
cap. He moved on to Darlington but lasted less than a season there
before a knee injury ended his playing career.
Anon says: I know the son of jimmy dunn. jimmy goes to the masons
John Raynard says: Jimmy Dunn lives in the same street as myself
and being too young to see him play but having read much about him I
occasionally speaking to him I can say he is a very modest man and
V McDermott says: Hi Jimmy Dunn is my dads uncle .He is a great
laugh and still goes to every game as well as owning a celtic season
ticket and still comes home to see us all his number 1 fans
shobson says: Jimmy Dunn is my Grandad. I liked to say that
according to many people he was the finest right back ever to play for
LUFC. He is a top class individual and i'm sure he could still show
gary kelly and dan mills a few tricks or too. Happy Birthday Grandad
hobbo says: Jimmy Dunn is a true legend of leeds united,he still
still goes to the games and still lives opposite elland road,443
games,should have been capped by scotland,there loss,top guy and best
grandad in the world.
Marge Vallazza says: Jimmy Dunn was my grandfather, Cornelius (aka
Neely's) brother. I'd be interested in contacting him to let him know
about the North American side of his family.
Shaun Hobson says: to marge vallazza..hope you get this..my mum is
janice dunn, jimmy's daughter. our side wants to contact
yourselve's..jimmy lives on the same street. it would be great if you
could email me, i am shaun hobson janice's son. please try and email
me and we will take from there.
chris says: jimmy dunn is a top lad and i would say that he was a
top singing for leeds in his time and it is too bad he could not buy
the club today.