The 50 unseen photos from Leeds United's 1991/92 First Division title winning season

This series of photos from Leeds United's 1991/92 title winning season have never been published online before.

Tuesday, 5th February 2019, 3:57 pm
Updated Thursday, 7th February 2019, 4:46 pm

The match action photos have been hidden in the YEP archive and follow on from part 1. The gallery, a mix of black and white photos, is in chronological order and we hope will evoke some happy memories:

We kick off with a classic as the Whites put the Toffees to the sword in this League Cup round 4 clash.
Gordon Strachan in action at Goodison Park.

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Gary Speed celebrates scoring.
Lee Chapman celebrates scoring. He bagged two that night.
And celebrates in front of the away fans and our snapper.
What a great photo from YEP snapper Steve Riding who was in the right place at the right time.
It's then back to the half way line for Chappy and Rod Wallace.
Gary McAllister fires towards goal as Chris Kamara, who had moved to the Hatters from the Whites, looks on.
Rod Wallace is left flattened on the ground. He scored that day along with Gary Speed to earn the three points for the Whites.
Gordon Strachan is foiled by Spurs keeper Erik Thorstvedt.
Gary Speed celebrates scoring as Paul Walsh looks dejected.
Gary Speed celebrates his goal with David Batty as Chris Whyte and Gary McAllister race to join in.
Forest Mark Crossley tips one over the crossbar as the game finished goalless.
Mark Crossley makes another save to keep the Whites out.
Gary Speed gets in a header ahead of Gary Charles at the City Ground.
Steve Hodge slides in to score for the Whites.
Steve Hodge celebrates his first of two goals against the Saints.
Tim Flowers can't hold Gary Speed's header which gave United a 3-1 lead.
Rod Wallace makes his feels known. The Whites conceded two late goals against a Saints team which included Alan Shearer.
Sgt Wilko received his manager of the month award before kick off.
Gordon Strachan plots his next move after the Whites were awarded a free kick.
The first in a series of four photos as Mel Sterland takes aim from the penalty spot.
Peter Schmeichel is left helpless.
Zico watches as the ball hits the back of the net.
And its celebration time in front of an Elland Road of crowd of 32,638.
David Batty is booked as Rod Wallace looks on.
Mark Hughes and Chris Whyte challenge for the ball.
Julian Dicks scores from the penalty spot for the Hammers.
Gordon Strachan takes a tumble at Upton Park.
Lee Chapman celebrates scoring.
Rod Wallace gets a shot in on goal. The Hammers finished bottom of the First Division.
Lee Chapman celebrates his second goal of the game. The other was scored by Gary McAllister.
League Cup fifth round action as Gary Speed celebrates scoring against the Red Devils at Elland Road.
Gary McAllister and Rod Wallace race to celebrate with Speedo.
United ran riot at Hillsborough thanks to goals from Dorigo, Chapman (3), Whitlow and Rod Wallace. Remember THAT penalty?
Rod Wallace fires towards goal during this FA Cup third round clash as Paul Ince lunges in.
Gary Speed and Pete Schmeichel go for the ball as Strev Bruce looks on.
Lee Chapman heads towards goal but it did not end well...
..he landed awkwardly and broke his wrist.
He was on the Elland Road pitch talking to fans ahead of United's clash with the Eagles.
Gordon Strachan shoots against the Eagles. Have you spotted a young Gareth Southgate?
Rod Wallace in action against Palace. Where you among the 27,717 crowd that day?
Nigel Martyn, who would go on to play for Leeds, was in goal for Palace that day.
Chris Fairclough celebrates scoring.
The goal hits the back of the net as David Batty turns to celebrate.
And we also had a snapper on the other side of the goal to capture the emotion on Batty's face
This photo captures team spirit after Batty scored his second goal of the season.
Gary Speed challenges for the ball. Mazinho equalised for Bayern after 26 mins.
Do you remember this mid-season friendly at Elland Road? Pictured is Steve Hodge opening the scoring.
Look out for part three which includes Eric Cantona's debut at Oldham Athletic as well as games from the title run in.