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Leslie Silver: Businessman who built up a paint empire then led the way as Leeds United surged back to the top flight

When Silver retired from his business in 1991 it was worth £100m. A year later he was awarded the OBE for services to exports, having previously been named Yorkshire Businessman of the Year in 1983

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The pair met when writer and broadcaster Wallace asked former 'Brookside' scriptwriter Cottrell Boyce to write a script of his book, Join Me, in 2004

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