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Andrew Dalton and Heidi Haigh

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Leeds United! Leeds United in the 1980s

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Leeds United! Leeds United in the 1980s

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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Leeds United takes an in depth look back at what it was like following Leeds United in the 1980s. Speaking to former players, fans and journalists, it will take you on an incredible journey.

From relegation in 1982 to the heartache of the play offs in 1987 and finally promotion in 1990, the book also takes a look back at the off field issues that dogged the Whites and will take you on a rollercoaster of emotion.

All the incidents are covered from the tragedy of Birmingham City in 1985, to winning promotion at Bournemouth in 1990; the book takes you back over a decade in which the Whites sunk to a new low before ending it on a high.

As well as an in depth statistical glossary, which includes results of every game the club played over the decade as well as a brief summary of every player who wore the famous white shirt, this is a must read book for fans.

It also takes a brief look back at what was happening in the world in the 1980s so sit back, relax and reminisce over a decade that saw the Whites return to the promised land of first division football after an 8 year exile.

About the Authors

Andrew Dalton an avid Leeds United fan and author of the official centenary book, attended his first match in 1992. Andrew’s thirst for statistics began in 1993 when he appeared on Radio Leeds answering questions on the Whites.

Heidi Haigh a passionate fan and author of the series of books "Follow Me and Leeds United" attended her first match in 1967. Heidi, a season ticket holder, had seven years of not missing a match home or away in both the seventies and eighties.

Andrew and Heidi met whilst watching the Whites at Elland Road and share the same passion for following their team. Although Heidi has been going to matches many more years than Andrew, his statistical knowledge is superior. A great combination.

For more information and books written by Heidi see her 'Meet Our Authors' page

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