Norman Hunter has died of the coronavirus, aged 76. He was admitted to hospital last week after being diagnosed with covid-19. Renowned for his fighting qualities as a player, he held the disease off until the morning of Friday, April 17. He made 726 appearances for the Elland Road club and formed a formidable partnership with Jack Charlton in the Whites' most successful era. We hope these photos of on and off the pitch memories provide a fitting tribute to Norman 'Bites Yer Legs' Hunter. READ MORE: Leeds United legend Norman Hunter dies aged 76
Norman Hunter remembered - Memories of a Leeds United legend
The Leeds United family is mourning the loss of one of the club's legends.
By Andrew Hutchinson
Published 17th Apr 2020, 11:55 GMT
Updated 17th Apr 2020, 12:44 GMT
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