This time he has dedicated his work to Leeds’ former player Dominic Matteo.
Does Matteo deserve this artwork?
Started this on Sunday in Beeston before lockdown. for @Dominicmatteo21. After his illness he'll be bit more anxious than most so might cheer him up.
Pic of him heading it in on the side I think. Anyone remember his shirt number?#lufc #burleybanksy pic.twitter.com/CdHPwWPR8V
— Andy McVeigh (@pantsdanny) March 25, 2020
A very special night that was. The convoy of coaches through Milan to the San Siro was impressive.
Leeds did take more.
— Matthew Walker (@mashwalker) March 25, 2020
I was there that day, never felt so proud to be a Leeds fan, thanks @Dominicmatteo21 Ledge ????
— Paul Howard (@PaulHoward22) March 25, 2020
— Barney V2 (@barney___21) March 25, 2020
Another quality addition & a lovely gesture ?MOT.
— R.Cartwright ?? (@rogercart57) March 25, 2020
Love it….just love it! A great addition to ‘the squad’.??
— Neil Glassford (@GlassfordNeil) March 26, 2020
— Brian Smith (@BrianSmith503) March 25, 2020
This has made me a bit misty eyed . Proud of you , doing your bit to raise everyone’s spirits ???MOT more now than ever x
— june archibald (@junearchie) March 25, 2020
Beautiful Andy ??
— Richard Baxter (@Richard92061933) March 25, 2020
What do we think?
Matteo made 142 appearances for the Whites and scored four goals, but it seems that he will always be remembered for this one moment and Mr McVeigh’s artwork means that it will forever be immortalised.
We think that this was a lovely gesture from the ‘Burley Banksy‘ and we hope to see more of his artwork soon.