Medals and memorabilia from Norman Hunter’s glittering Leeds United career have fetched thousands of pounds at auction.
The full amount raised by the online sale of items from United’s glory years of the 1960s and 1970s is not being made public.
Auction organisers Sanderson Weatherall have, however, released details of the prices paid for some individual items.
Norman’s 1968-69 league title medal went for £8,350 while his 1972 FA Cup winner’s medal fetched £11,000.
The shirt he wore in the 1972 cup final, meanwhile, was snapped up for £7,050.
Sanderson Weatherall partner Mark Weston said: “The event has been a great success for Norman.
“Testament to his impressive career and reputation we received bids from individuals around the globe, including South Africa, Australia, Norway, Switzerland, Spain, France, the UK and Ireland.”
Norman, now 69, said: “Over the years the fans were always behind us and so important to us.
“If this can give something back to them then that’s good enough for me.
“I’m pleased that the auction was so successful and I really hope that the new owners will be happy with their pieces of football history.”
Famously nicknamed ‘Bites Yer Legs’, tough-tackling central defender Norman made more than 700 appearances for Leeds between 1962 and 1976 and also won 28 caps for England.