Tributes paid to Leeds United legend Norman Hunter outside Elland Road

Tributes have been paid to Leeds United legend Norman Hunter outside Elland Road.

Monday, 20th April 2020, 12:33 pm
Flowers and tributes for Leeds United legend Norman Hunter. Picture by Simon Hulme.

Hunter, who spent 14 years at the club, sadly died after testing positive for Covid-19. Flowers and tributes have left for him outside the stadium. READ MORE: Norman Hunter - the tough tackling Leeds United legend with the grandest of smiles

Fans remember legend Norman Hunter. Picture by Simon Hulme.
Hunter was a key member of the Don Revie squad. Picture by Simon Hulme.

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He was also a member of England's 1966 World Cup-winning squad under Sir Alf Ramsey. Picture by Simon Hulme.
Scowen Skyes lays some flowers. Picture by Simon Hulme.
Leeds fans say goodbye to legend Norman Hunter. Picture by Simon Hulme.
"Norman was as important as anybody in Leeds Uniteds history and I mean anybody," Eddie Gray said. "There have been some great players come through the door and Norman was up there with all of them."
"A true gent and never to be forgotten" says a note from "everyone in the Moot Hall Arms." Picture by Simon Hulme.
A father and son laying flowers for Norman Hunter on the Billy Bremner statue. Picture by Simon Hulme.
Last October, Hunter along with the rest of Revies players from the golden era, glory days squad, were handed the Freedom of the City by Leeds City Council.
Hunter was most known for his tough approach, but off the pitch he was the warmest of men with the grandest of smiles. Pictured by Simon Hulme.
Norman was, is and will always be a Leeds United legend. RIP. Picture by Simon Hulme.