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Dean Court Invasion
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.
Submitted: 04/04/09 (Edited 04/04/09)
Live Commentary...Goal
Live Commentary...Goal
The travelling United faithful outside Dean Court the home of Bournemouth hear that Leeds United have scored. 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.
Submitted: 04/04/09 (Edited 05/08/09)
Thick Blue Line
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.
Submitted: 04/04/09
Court Outside
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.
Submitted: 04/04/09 (Edited 04/04/09)
What A Comeback
What A Comeback
United fans pack their end to the rafters in the first game back to the top flight after promotion in 1989-90. Season 1990-91 and Leeds' first game back was away at Goodison Park the home of Everton. Wilkinson's men went on to win the game 3-2 with goals from Speed, Varadi and Fairclough in front of 34,412 supporters. As you can see in the pic Leeds took a massive away support that day with many United fans in the away end. A very decent first season back for Wilkinson's men as Leeds finished fourth in the league, got to the Semi Final of the League Cup and the Final of the ZDS.

Leeds United: Lukic, Sterland, G.Snodin, Batty, Fairclough, Whyte, Strachan, Varadi, Chapman, McAllister, Speed.
Subs: Kamara for Varadi, Haddock for Speed
Submitted: 03/31/09 (Edited 03/31/09)
United In Spain
United In Spain
The United faithful in numbers here, filling their allocation at the Mestella Stadium, Valencia in Spain for the 2nd leg Semi Final of the Champions League on the 2nd May, 2001. The first leg ended in a 0-0 draw which left United everything to do, ultimately the task would prove too much especially has Leeds were without the services of Lee Bowyer, the man who had proved so vital to Leeds' progression earlier in the competition. The game ended 3-0 to Valencia in front of a 53,000 capacity crowd and the valiant efforts of O'Leary's young Leeds United's Champions League campaign came to an end.

Leeds United: Martyn, Mills, Ferdinand, Matteo, Harte, Bakke, Batty, Dacourt, Kewell, Smith, Viduka. Unused Subs: Kelly, Woodgate, McPhail, Wilcox, Burns, Maybury, Robinson.
Submitted: 03/31/09 (Edited 05/08/09)
Real Vertigo
Real Vertigo
United fans here in full song at the magnificent Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid, Spain. Leeds were playing Real Madrid in the second stage, group D of the Champions League on March 6th, 2001. United lost the game 3-2 in front of 45,500 supporters. The scorers for United that night were Alan Smith and Mark Viduka.

Leeds United: Martyn, Harte, Ferdinand, Radebe (Kelly), Matteo, Batty, Bakke (Wilcox), Dacourt, Kewell; Smith, Viduka. Unused Subs: Burns, Maybury, Robinson.
Submitted: 03/30/09 (Edited 03/31/09)

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