Leeds fans have been reminiscing about the opening day of the 1990/91 season, and the trip to Everton which marked their first taste of football back in the top flight.
With a bit of luck, they may get to experience the same feeling 30 years on, though there is a lot of work to do from now until May if they are going to secure a promotion spot.
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Regardless of the team’s chances this year, supporters are looking back on that day with fond memories, with some admiring the team that took to the field, which included players such as Gordon Strachan, Gary Speed and Gary McAllister.
Not only did the game mark Leeds’ return to the big time, but they also ran out 3-2 winners too thanks to goals from Speed, Chris Fairclough and Imre Varadi.
For many supporters it was a great day out and brings back memories of a wonderful period for Leeds, and each will hope that a return to those days is just around the corner.
Here is how some fans have been reacting to the throwback.
Brilliant day, even without any ale (held at Lime st for ages, then marched all the way to Goodison!)
— nod1992 (@NodderJulian) November 17, 2019
Awesome return to the big league great team performance great result in all a great day out MOT.
— R.Cartwright 💙💛 (@rogercart57) November 17, 2019
— IAIN PLENDERLEITH (@IPLENDY65) November 17, 2019
Great game !
— steve holmes (@steve14b) November 17, 2019
Great day, got a bit lively down the side after half time
— StephBB (@stephbb1210) November 17, 2019
I was there right behind that goal. What a day
— 🇬🇧Paul Brace 🇬🇧 (@paulbrace66) November 17, 2019
Amazing day. What a way to hit the big time again
— p ledger (@easytiger69) November 17, 2019
What an incredible team the balance was perfect 👌
— tim rodwell (@lens1312) November 17, 2019