49 unseen photos from Leeds United's 1986-1987 season to remember

Enjoy the second part of our gallery of unseen photos from a Leeds United season to remember - the 1986/87 campaign.

Wednesday, 17th July 2019, 2:29 pm

The match action photos have been hidden in the YEP archive and never been published online before. The gallery is in chronological order and features games against Plymouth Argyle, Birmingham City at home as well as FA Cup action from QPR, Wigan and Coventry City and the play-off run in. DID YOU MISS PART ONE? Click here to enjoy unseen photos from the first part of the season

We kick off with Ian Baird in FA Cup third round action at a snowy Hawthorns. He scored a brace that day to send Leeds through.
Andy Ritchie in action against Blackburn Rovers. The game end in stalemate in front of 14,452 fans at Elland Road.

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FA Cup fifth round action at Elland Road which will live long in the memory for many Leeds fans.
Brendan Ormsby gets in a header against The Hoops. His goal proved the difference on the day sparking scenes of pandemonium among the ER faithful.
A Keith Edwards goal earned the Whites the points against the Bantams in front of 21,802 fans.
More action from the West Yorkshire derby. City finished in 10th position that season with the Whites losing 2-0 at Valley Parade in September 1986. For the geeks they also beat Leeds at ER in the Full Members Cup that season.
Anyone recognise this lot on the pitch ahead of kick off against the Mariners?
Andy Ritchie is brought down in the box by the Grimsby goalkeeper.
John Sheridan scored from the penalty spot.
Andy Ritchie also scored against the Mariners who were relegated that season.
FA Cup quarter final action from Springfield Park as Micky Adams and John Stiles wrote their names into Elland Road folklore.
Mervyn Day attempts to pluck one from the air during the FA Cup clash.
A rare game shot in colour from back in the day. The Pilgrims were shown no mercy when they visited Elland Road in the spring of 1987.
Andy Ritchie goes down under a heavy challenge.
John Pearson in action.
Ian Baird was the hat-trick hero that day.
John Sheridan completed the rout by scoring from the penalty spot in front of an Elland Road crowd of 18,618.
FA Cup semi final action with John Sheridan in full flight as he is chased by Lloyd McGrath and referee Roger Milford.
Keith Edwards heads home for United as Sky Blues defender Brian Kilcline looks on.
David Rennie heads home for the Whites at Hillsborough.
Gynn, Houchen, and Bennett scored the Sky Blues goals to send them through to Wembley.
A devastated John Sheridan at the final whistle.
Left back Bobby McDonald celebrates scoring his only goal for the Whites.
More action from the five goal thriller against The Tractor Boys at Elland Road.
Brendan Ormsby celebrates scoring.
Neil Aspin in action against Birmingham City in the pneultimate league game at Elland Road of the season.
The Elland Road faithful and the ball boy celebrate scoring with Ian Baird.
John Sheridan is on the prowl. He scored that day along with Keith Edwards.
Brendan Ormsby celebrates scoring against the Baggies. It was his fifth goal of the season.
Keith Edwards stretches for the ball.
Tense and edgy at Elland Road as the Whites took on the Latics in the play off semi final first leg.
John Pearson challenges for the ball. Has anyone spotted a young Denis Irwin?
Any Ritchie pushes forward.
Where you at Boundary Park three days later for the second leg? John Sheridan fires towards goal.
Ian Baird goes close on the plastic pitch. A Keith Edwards goal meant the Whites went through on the away goals rule.
Andy Ritchie consoles devastated Oldham winger Tommy Wright at full time. He had moved to the Latics after scoring 28 goals for the Whites in 92 appearances between 1982 and 1986.
Play-off final first ieg action from Selhurst Park as Jack Ashurst rises to direct a header towards Charlton's goal during a rare attack.
Were you among the Elland Road crowd for the play off final second leg?
United manager Billy Bremner steps into the action to calm his players down during a flare-up.
Brendan Ormsby scores the winning goal to level the tie take the play off final to a replay.
What a terrific photo as he celebrates with the Elland Road faithful.
Were you part of the travelling army at St Andrew's?
John Sheridan scored for Leeds in the 99th minute.
John Sheridan celebrates with his teammates after breaking the deadlock.
Leeds fans celebrate after John Sheridan's strike.
Two goals for Peter Shirtliff broke United hearts and ensured Charlton kept their top flight status.
Bill Bremner and the bench is left devastated.
Mervyn Day is left distraught.
Thanks for getting this far. Which Leeds United season would you like to be brought to life in photos? Email: [email protected] or Tweet him @AndyHutchYPN