If you are looking for a piece of Leeds United history you might want to look at an auction of football memorabilia at Sotheby's in London on the 25th/26th of April.
On sale at the auction will be the medal that was presented to Norman Hunter after Leeds were cruelly robbed of the ultimate prize of European football, the European Cup.
Graham Budd, who's auction firm is selling it said; “It’s a runners-up medal but nevertheless it’s still a major achievement and a very desirable object.”
Norman sold some of his medals in 2013 and it has now been put back up for sale. It should be worth around £4,000.
Burnley v Leeds
Steve Evans made three changes to the team to face Burnley, Silvestri, Diagouraga and Bamba replacing Peacock-Farrell, Bridcutt and the under fire Bellusci.
Heaton, Lowton, Keane, Mee, Ward, Boyd, Jones, Barton, Arfield, Vokes, Gray
Robinson, Tarkowski, Dyer, Taylor, Barnes, Marney, Darikwa
Silvestri, Berardi, Bamba, Cooper, Taylor, Diagouraga, Murphy, Cook, Dallas, Carayol, Wood
Peacock-Farrell, Coyle, Bellusci, Adeyemi, Phillips, Mowatt, Antenucci
Leeds were undone within the first minute as Arfield beat Silvestri with an angled shot that I thought the Italian should have done better with.
1-0 down so early meant Leeds had a tough job to get back into the game, Bamba did test Heaton but the keeper dealt with his effort easily.
Boyd could have doubled the lead with a effort that was akin to the opening goal but the ball just went inches wide. Mostly for Leeds the quality of the ball into the final third wasn't good enough to trouble a well marshalled Burnley backline.
Wood had an effort over the bar before a guilt edged chance fell to the big striker, Carayol's cross found him but inexplicably the big striker headed wide and at three million quid those chances should be
Antenucci, on for Carayol burst past a defender and ended up prone in the area, the referee ignoring the Italians plea for a penalty.
Leeds had the lions share of the possession but not being able to capitalise on it, Taylor presented Wood with another opportunity but again he failed to find the net. Burnley should have doubled their lead but Barnes fired wide when set up by Burnley's Taylor.
Man of the Match: Liam Cooper
Evans; "Their goal cost us because of our inability to take chances. The Chris Wood chances, they’re bread and butter to him." Evans thought Antenucci was fouled and it was a penalty, Bridcutt had a scan this morning and is doubtful for Birmingham on Tuesday, very difficult week for the Scotsman after a family bereavement.
Sean Dyche; "Apart from the great goal, and if Boydy's goes in shortly afterwards, I think the game's done, but credit to Leeds.
"No one plays a game to lay down and accept it, especially not when the cameras are here, and sometimes, the weirdness of 1-0 almost makes teams play more freely, and they did, whereas they know we're tight and the crowd are a bit tight with the emotion of it, and to see our way through the game and get the win is important."
At least the lads and Evans didn't go hungry on the way back from Burnley. Pizza anyone?
According to Football League World the three worst moments for a Leeds supporter this season were the games at;
Middlesborough when we didn't turn up and 'Pepe' Bellusci had one of 'those' games
Brighton three goals in eight first half minutes in a defensive horror show.
Huddersfield at Elland Road when after getting the first goal we collapsed and some players gave in when Town went ahead 2-1
Myself though they were bad, I think Ipswich Town at home was for me just as shocking. Can't remember their keeper being troubled and commentating on it was a nightmare
Leicester City have been compared to the Leeds United side that won the Championship in 1992, the last English Champions before the Premier League came in the season after.
Gordon Strachan talking on 'Goals on Sunday' compared Wilkinson's side to Ranieri's, he said; "It [Leeds] was a team that overpowered teams and a team that was quite basic but when it came to areas to play we could play."
He then added "The standards [at Leeds] were set not by the fitness coaches or nutritionists or anything else. It was the guys who led from the front that trained every day and said 'Right, we'll lead from the back and we'll take you. You want to join us. If you can't join us you're not good enough for us."
Vital Leeds gave Charlie Taylor the man of the match against Burnley, they also touched on what a few fans have been saying about the last few games of this forgettable season. Excellent review as always.
I think we all feared the worst when they scored in the opening minute but after that, we controlled the game. Like the rest of the season, we lack any power in the final third and rarely look like scoring so when we get the chances, we must score.
With safety all but guaranteed I think it is time to give some of the fringe players a chance. I would like to see Bailey Peacock-Farrell, Lewie Coyle, Kalvin Phillips, Casper Sloth, Lee Erwin, Jordan Botaka and Eoghan Stokes given a chance in the final weeks of the season.
As fans, we have little to look forward to between now and the end of the season so let us give some of the squad a chance.
Many Thanks to Vital Leeds.
Lucy Ward's tribunal case for unfair dismissal and sexual discrimination against Leeds United starts today, the hearing takes place in Leeds.
The last word word on Saturday's game by the excellent Jon Howe
Many Thanks to LEEDSLIVING
In a season that will not be remembered for much, Lewis Cook's nomination as one of the Football League's players of the year is another boost to the academy system at the club.
It's such a shame Cellino sees this as a costly incumbrance on the clubs bank balance, the proof that it works is on show every match day.
Lewis has also played for the England under 19's and helped them qualify for the European Championships in Germany this July.
By Keith Ingham