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Clarke scored the only goal of the game with a diving header from a Jones cross early in the second half.
He had hit the crossbar with another diving header earlier in the game.
Unfortunately for Clarke and Leeds, they lost the League title and the chance of emulating Arsenal's previous season "double" when they lost to Wolverhampton Wanderers two days after winning the FA Cup.
Allan John Clarke (born 31 July 1946 in Short Heath, Willenhall, Staffordshire), nicknamed "Sniffer", is a former footballer who played in the Football League for Walsall, Fulham, Leicester City, Leeds United and Barnsley, and won 19 international caps for England.
Starting his career at Walsall, Clarke made his debut as a 16-year-old in 1963.
He moved to Fulham in March 1966 in a transfer deadline deal.
Such was his early promise that Leicester City then paid £150,000 for Clarke in 1968.
On 24 June 1969, Leeds United manager Don Revie paid £165,000 to Leicester City for Clarke's services.
Clarke scored 26 goals in his first season at Leeds and earned the nickname "Sniffer", because of his predatory instincts in front of goal – if there was even the remotest goal scoring opportunity, Clarke would "sniff" it out.
Leeds United chased a dream "treble" of League championship, FA Cup and European Cup though ultimately they won nothing.
Clarke hit the post in the FA Cup Final at Wembley (with strike partner Mick Jones following up to score the rebound) and then went on a run through several Chelsea defenders in the replay to set up a goal for Jones again, but Leeds United still lost.
The title had already gone to Everton who had clinched the title several weeks before the end of the season, and the European Cup campaign ended with defeat to Celtic in the semi-final.(0–1 at Elland Road and 1–2 at Hampden Park) Clarke was in the Leeds United side which won its second Fairs Cup in 1971 – scoring in the final against Juventus – while again missing out on the League Championship in the last week of the season and losing to Colchester United in the fifth round of the FA Cup (after which he was told by club medics that he was suffering from pleurisy).