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Green Hop
Paul Green United's Midfielder here on the Bescot Stadium pitch caught before the referee calls the Captains to get the game underway. The shot coming from the 2013-14 pre season game against Walsall at the Bescot Stadium on the 20th July, 2013. Green played the full game for Leeds against the West Midlands outfit.

United manager Neil Warnock signed the Republic of Ireland International Paul Green on the 1st July, 2012. The Irish Midfielder coming on a free transfer from Derby County made his first team debut for Leeds in the Football League Cup game against Shrewsbury Town on the 11th August, 2012. Warnock says: "I've always thought he was the kind of player who can create goals as well as score them....I've seen him grow since his days at Doncaster, I'm delighted to get him."

Leeds United: Kenny, Peltier, Lees, Pearce, Warnock, Green, Tonge, Murphy, McCormack, Hunt, Smith.
Subs: Poleon for Smith, White for Tonge, Varney for Hunt, Pugh for Pearce.

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12/27/20 - 05:14:51 WAFLL - United Players And Action
Court In Session
The loyal United fans watch from the stands and the pitch as the United players (out of shot) are lauded by the fans after pulling off a memorable victory at Bournemouth and securing the second division title for the Whites. United were playing Bournemouth on the last day of the 1989-90 season. A win would give Wilkinson's men the second division title and with it promotion back to the top flight of English football after dwelling for 8 years down in the second tier. Bournemouth also desperately needed the points as a loss would see the team relegated to third division. It was the Whites who managed to score the only goal in a close game with Lee Chapman heading home from a Chris Kamara cross. The win sent the thousands of Leeds United fans into raptures and sent Leeds Utd back to where they belong. The crowd on that memorable day was 9,918 with over half coming to see the men in white.

Leeds United: Day, Sterland, Beglin, Jones, Fairclough, Haddock, Strachan, Kamara, Chapman, Davison, Speed.
Subs: Shutt for Davison, Batty for Shutt.
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12/27/20 - 05:14:47 WAFLL - United Fans
Dean Court Invasion
The United fans swamp the Dean Court pitch here celebrating United's victory and promotion back to division one. The players also joined in with the fans early in this celebration. United were playing Bournemouth on the last day of the 1989-90 season. A win would give Wilkinson's men the second division title and with it promotion back to the top flight of English football after dwelling for 8 years down in the second tier. Bournemouth also desperately needed the points as a loss would see the team relegated to third division. It was the Whites who managed to score the only goal in a close game with Lee Chapman heading home from a Chris Kamara cross. The win sent the thousands of Leeds United fans into raptures and sent Leeds Utd back to where they belong. The crowd on that memorable day was 9,918 with over half coming to see the men in white.

Leeds United: Day, Sterland, Beglin, Jones, Fairclough, Haddock, Strachan, Kamara, Chapman, Davison, Speed.
Subs: Shutt for Davison, Batty for Shutt.
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12/27/20 - 05:14:41 WAFLL - United Fans
Thick Blue Line
United fans here outside Dean Court, Bornemouth with the Boys in Blue approaching to keep the Whites company. United were playing Bournemouth on the last day of the 1989-90 season. A win would give Wilkinson's men the second division title and with it promotion back to the top flight of English football after dwelling for 8 years down in the second tier. Bournemouth also desperately needed the points as a loss would see the team relegated to third division. It was the Whites who managed to score the only goal in a close game with Lee Chapman heading home from a Chris Kamara cross. The win sent the thousands of Leeds United fans into raptures and sent Leeds Utd back to where they belong. The crowd on that memorable day was 9,918 with over half coming to see the men in white.

Leeds United: Day, Sterland, Beglin, Jones, Fairclough, Haddock, Strachan, Kamara, Chapman, Davison, Speed.
Subs: Shutt for Davison, Batty for Shutt.
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12/27/20 - 05:14:34 WAFLL - United Fans
Thick Blue Line
United fans here outside Dean Court, Bornemouth with the Boys in Blue approaching to keep the Whites company. United were playing Bournemouth on the last day of the 1989-90 season. A win would give Wilkinson's men the second division title and with it promotion back to the top flight of English football after dwelling for 8 years down in the second tier. Bournemouth also desperately needed the points as a loss would see the team relegated to third division. It was the Whites who managed to score the only goal in a close game with Lee Chapman heading home from a Chris Kamara cross. The win sent the thousands of Leeds United fans into raptures and sent Leeds Utd back to where they belong. The crowd on that memorable day was 9,918 with over half coming to see the men in white.

Leeds United: Day, Sterland, Beglin, Jones, Fairclough, Haddock, Strachan, Kamara, Chapman, Davison, Speed.
Subs: Shutt for Davison, Batty for Shutt.
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12/27/20 - 05:14:33 WAFLL - United Fans
Court Outside
Thousands of ticketless Leeds United supporters outside Dean Court in the second division clash with AFC Bournemouth. United were playing Bournemouth on the last day of the 1989-90 season. A win would give Wilkinson's men the second division title and with it promotion back to the top flight of English football after dwelling for 8 years down in the second tier. Bournemouth also desperately needed the points as a loss would see the team relegated to third division. It was the Whites who managed to score the only goal in a close game with Lee Chapman heading home from a Chris Kamara cross. The win sent the thousands of Leeds United fans into raptures and sent Leeds Utd back to where they belong. The crowd on that memorable day was 9,918 with over half coming to see the men in white.

Leeds United: Day, Sterland, Beglin, Jones, Fairclough, Haddock, Strachan, Kamara, Chapman, Davison, Speed.
Subs: Shutt for Davison, Batty for Shutt.
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12/27/20 - 05:14:28 WAFLL - United Fans
Take Your Seats
The Leeds United army here after the debacle that was Paris 75. United were playing FC Bayern Munich in the European Cup Final of 1975 at the Parc des Princes in Paris, France. This match will always be remembered by Leeds United fans for one man, the referee Michel Kitabdjian. The trouble off the pitch that followed this prestigous game falls into comparison when compared to the appalling decisions made by the referee on the pitch. His calamitous display denied Leeds United the most coveted prize in European football. In the first half of the game United had two penalty appeals turned down, the first involved Franz Beckenbauer who while on his knees handled the ball just as Peter Lorimer was taking the ball round him. The second more blatant penalty again involved Beckenbauer when he brought Allan Clarke down in the box who was bearing down on goal. In the second half United had a Peter Lorimer goal disallowed after the referee looked to have allowed it, the linesman was running back to the centre with his flag down, it looked like United had taken the lead until the referee passed Beckenbauer who seemed to say something to the ref. Immediately he went to have words with the linesman and the goal was disallowed. A shattering blow for Armfield's men, United had dominated the game from the start but were denied the cup by two late Munich goals and the decisions of Kitabdjian. The 48,374 crowd in Paris had witnessed a Sham and the 10,000 Leeds fans who made the trip that night lost their bragging rights but gained a chant, which is still sung today.

Leeds United: Stewart, Reaney, F.Gray, Bremner, Madeley, Hunter; Lorimer, Clarke, Jordan, Giles, Yorath.
Subs: E.Gray for Yorath.
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12/27/20 - 05:14:24 WAFLL - United Fans
Parc Des Princes Packed
The United fans here in full force for the European Cup Final in 1975. United were playing FC Bayern Munich in the European Cup Final of 1975 at the Parc des Princes in Paris, France. This match will always be remembered by Leeds United fans for one man, the referee Michel Kitabdjian. The trouble off the pitch that followed this prestigous game falls into comparison when compared to the appalling decisions made by the referee on the pitch. His calamitous display denied Leeds United the most coveted prize in European football. In the first half of the game United had two penalty appeals turned down, the first involved Franz Beckenbauer who while on his knees handled the ball just as Peter Lorimer was taking the ball round him. The second more blatant penalty again involved Beckenbauer when he brought Allan Clarke down in the box who was bearing down on goal. In the second half United had a Peter Lorimer goal disallowed after the referee looked to have allowed it, the linesman was running back to the centre with his flag down, it looked like United had taken the lead until the referee passed Beckenbauer who seemed to say something to the ref. Immediately he went to have words with the linesman and the goal was disallowed. A shattering blow for Armfield's men, United had dominated the game from the start but were denied the cup by two late Munich goals and the decisions of Kitabdjian. The 48,374 crowd in Paris had witnessed a Sham and the 10,000 Leeds fans who made the trip that night lost their bragging rights but gained a chant, which is still sung today.

Leeds United: Stewart, Reaney, F.Gray, Bremner, Madeley, Hunter; Lorimer, Clarke, Jordan, Giles, Yorath.
Subs: E.Gray for Yorath.
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12/27/20 - 05:14:22 WAFLL - United Fans
I Can see The Tower
United fans take in the Parisian Views here during their 1975 European tour. United were playing FC Bayern Munich in the European Cup Final of 1975 at the Parc des Princes in Paris, France. This match will always be remembered by Leeds United fans for one man, the referee Michel Kitabdjian. The trouble off the pitch that followed this prestigous game falls into comparison when compared to the appalling decisions made by the referee on the pitch. His calamitous display denied Leeds United the most coveted prize in European football. In the first half of the game United had two penalty appeals turned down, the first involved Franz Beckenbauer who while on his knees handled the ball just as Peter Lorimer was taking the ball round him. The second more blatant penalty again involved Beckenbauer when he brought Allan Clarke down in the box who was bearing down on goal. In the second half United had a Peter Lorimer goal disallowed after the referee looked to have allowed it, the linesman was running back to the centre with his flag down, it looked like United had taken the lead until the referee passed Beckenbauer who seemed to say something to the ref. Immediately he went to have words with the linesman and the goal was disallowed. A shattering blow for Armfield's men, United had dominated the game from the start but were denied the cup by two late Munich goals and the decisions of Kitabdjian. The 48,374 crowd in Paris had witnessed a Sham and the 10,000 Leeds fans who made the trip that night lost their bragging rights but gained a chant, which is still sung today.

Leeds United: Stewart, Reaney, F.Gray, Bremner, Madeley, Hunter; Lorimer, Clarke, Jordan, Giles, Yorath.
Subs: E.Gray for Yorath.
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12/27/20 - 05:14:16 WAFLL - United Fans
Camp In France
Leeds United fans in one of the many camp sites that United fans took residence in for their trip to Paris. United were playing FC Bayern Munich in the European Cup Final of 1975 at the Parc des Princes in Paris, France. This match will always be remembered by Leeds United fans for one man, the referee Michel Kitabdjian. The trouble off the pitch that followed this prestigous game falls into comparison when compared to the appalling decisions made by the referee on the pitch. His calamitous display denied Leeds United the most coveted prize in European football. In the first half of the game United had two penalty appeals turned down, the first involved Franz Beckenbauer who while on his knees handled the ball just as Peter Lorimer was taking the ball round him. The second more blatant penalty again involved Beckenbauer when he brought Allan Clarke down in the box who was bearing down on goal. In the second half United had a Peter Lorimer goal disallowed after the referee looked to have allowed it, the linesman was running back to the centre with his flag down, it looked like United had taken the lead until the referee passed Beckenbauer who seemed to say something to the ref. Immediately he went to have words with the linesman and the goal was disallowed. A shattering blow for Armfield's men, United had dominated the game from the start but were denied the cup by two late Munich goals and the decisions of Kitabdjian. The 48,374 crowd in Paris had witnessed a Sham and the 10,000 Leeds fans who made the trip that night lost their bragging rights but gained a chant, which is still sung today.

Leeds United: Stewart, Reaney, F.Gray, Bremner, Madeley, Hunter; Lorimer, Clarke, Jordan, Giles, Yorath.
Subs: E.Gray for Yorath.
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12/27/20 - 05:14:12 WAFLL - United Fans
Young Parisians Are So Leeds
United fans enjoying the Leeds equivalent of a Paris picnic here. United were playing FC Bayern Munich in the European Cup Final of 1975 at the Parc des Princes in Paris, France. This match will always be remembered by Leeds United fans for one man, the referee Michel Kitabdjian. The trouble off the pitch that followed this prestigous game falls into comparison when compared to the appalling decisions made by the referee on the pitch. His calamitous display denied Leeds United the most coveted prize in European football. In the first half of the game United had two penalty appeals turned down, the first involved Franz Beckenbauer who while on his knees handled the ball just as Peter Lorimer was taking the ball round him. The second more blatant penalty again involved Beckenbauer when he brought Allan Clarke down in the box who was bearing down on goal. In the second half United had a Peter Lorimer goal disallowed after the referee looked to have allowed it, the linesman was running back to the centre with his flag down, it looked like United had taken the lead until the referee passed Beckenbauer who seemed to say something to the ref. Immediately he went to have words with the linesman and the goal was disallowed. A shattering blow for Armfield's men, United had dominated the game from the start but were denied the cup by two late Munich goals and the decisions of Kitabdjian. The 48,374 crowd in Paris had witnessed a Sham and the 10,000 Leeds fans who made the trip that night lost their bragging rights but gained a chant, which is still sung today.

Leeds United: Stewart, Reaney, F.Gray, Bremner, Madeley, Hunter; Lorimer, Clarke, Jordan, Giles, Yorath.
Subs: E.Gray for Yorath.
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12/27/20 - 05:14:05 WAFLL - United Fans
United In Paris
A team from the 10,000 United fans here in Paris 75. Glam Rock, Flares and Terry Yorath. United were playing FC Bayern Munich in the European Cup Final of 1975 at the Parc des Princes in Paris, France. This match will always be remembered by Leeds United fans for one man, the referee Michel Kitabdjian. The trouble off the pitch that followed this prestigous game falls into comparison when compared to the appalling decisions made by the referee on the pitch. His calamitous display denied Leeds United the most coveted prize in European football. In the first half of the game United had two penalty appeals turned down, the first involved Franz Beckenbauer who while on his knees handled the ball just as Peter Lorimer was taking the ball round him. The second more blatant penalty again involved Beckenbauer when he brought Allan Clarke down in the box who was bearing down on goal. In the second half United had a Peter Lorimer goal disallowed after the referee looked to have allowed it, the linesman was running back to the centre with his flag down, it looked like United had taken the lead until the referee passed Beckenbauer who seemed to say something to the ref. Immediately he went to have words with the linesman and the goal was disallowed. A shattering blow for Armfield's men, United had dominated the game from the start but were denied the cup by two late Munich goals and the decisions of Kitabdjian. The 48,374 crowd in Paris had witnessed a Sham and the 10,000 Leeds fans who made the trip that night lost their bragging rights but gained a chant, which is still sung today.

Leeds United: Stewart, Reaney, F.Gray, Bremner, Madeley, Hunter; Lorimer, Clarke, Jordan, Giles, Yorath.
Subs: E.Gray for Yorath.
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12/27/20 - 05:14:01 WAFLL - United Fans
Not So French
United fans on the way to the biggest game in the clubs history here. United were playing FC Bayern Munich in the European Cup Final of 1975 at the Parc des Princes in Paris, France. This match will always be remembered by Leeds United fans for one man, the referee Michel Kitabdjian. The trouble off the pitch that followed this prestigous game falls into comparison when compared to the appalling decisions made by the referee on the pitch. His calamitous display denied Leeds United the most coveted prize in European football. In the first half of the game United had two penalty appeals turned down, the first involved Franz Beckenbauer who while on his knees handled the ball just as Peter Lorimer was taking the ball round him. The second more blatant penalty again involved Beckenbauer when he brought Allan Clarke down in the box who was bearing down on goal. In the second half United had a Peter Lorimer goal disallowed after the referee looked to have allowed it, the linesman was running back to the centre with his flag down, it looked like United had taken the lead until the referee passed Beckenbauer who seemed to say something to the ref. Immediately he went to have words with the linesman and the goal was disallowed. A shattering blow for Armfield's men, United had dominated the game from the start but were denied the cup by two late Munich goals and the decisions of Kitabdjian. The 48,374 crowd in Paris had witnessed a Sham and the 10,000 Leeds fans who made the trip that night lost their bragging rights but gained a chant, which is still sung today.

Leeds United: Stewart, Reaney, F.Gray, Bremner, Madeley, Hunter; Lorimer, Clarke, Jordan, Giles, Yorath.
Subs: E.Gray for Yorath.
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12/27/20 - 05:13:56 WAFLL - United Fans
Ont' Way To Paris
United fans here pictured outside the souvenier shop at Elland Road all kitted up ready for the trip of a Leeds fan's lifetime. United were playing FC Bayern Munich in the European Cup Final of 1975 at the Parc des Princes in Paris, France. This match will always be remembered by Leeds United fans for one man, the referee Michel Kitabdjian. The trouble off the pitch that followed this prestigous game falls into comparison when compared to the appalling decisions made by the referee on the pitch. His calamitous display denied Leeds United the most coveted prize in European football. In the first half of the game United had two penalty appeals turned down, the first involved Franz Beckenbauer who while on his knees handled the ball just as Peter Lorimer was taking the ball round him. The second more blatant penalty again involved Beckenbauer when he brought Allan Clarke down in the box who was bearing down on goal. In the second half United had a Peter Lorimer goal disallowed after the referee looked to have allowed it, the linesman was running back to the centre with his flag down, it looked like United had taken the lead until the referee passed Beckenbauer who seemed to say something to the ref. Immediately he went to have words with the linesman and the goal was disallowed. A shattering blow for Armfield's men, United had dominated the game from the start but were denied the cup by two late Munich goals and the decisions of Kitabdjian. The 48,374 crowd in Paris had witnessed a Sham and the 10,000 Leeds fans who made the trip that night lost their bragging rights but gained a chant, which is still sung today.

Leeds United: Stewart, Reaney, F.Gray, Bremner, Madeley, Hunter; Lorimer, Clarke, Jordan, Giles, Yorath.
Subs: E.Gray for Yorath.
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12/27/20 - 05:13:52 WAFLL - United Fans
A Quarter At Springfield
The United fans sell out their allocation for this FA Cup quarter final game against Wigan Athletic at Springfield Park during the season 1986-87. United have played Wigan more times in the FA Cup than in the league and in this cup game Leeds were victorious as they booked their place in the Semi with a two goal win. Mickey Adams and John Stiles were the goal scorers for Bremner's men in front of 12,479 fans. It was a decent enough second season in charge for Bremner as his Leeds Utd team reached the Semi of the Fa Cup and the Second Division Play Off's where Leeds were narrowly beat in the final after extra time against Charlton Athletic.

Leeds United: Day, Aspin, Adams, Stiles, Ashurst, Rennie, Ritchie, Sheridan, Pearson, Edwards, Swan.
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12/27/20 - 05:13:48 WAFLL - United Fans
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