So sad. It seems that not even the heritage of Leeds United is sacrosanct. We all know how far the once mighty club have fallen, but it is always sad when a former "great" is reduced to selling his medals and England caps - and that is the sorry state in which Norman Hunter finds himself.
Of course, the club's new owners GFH Capital should be in a position to do the decent thing, buying these mementos from the club's glorious past and either giving them to Hunter and his family to keep in trust or putting them on display in a museum dedicated to the Revie era.
No digs here. Hunter was a nasty player at times but would have won many more caps for England but for the great Bobby Moore, and was one of the rocks around which that awesome Revie team was built. If something can be done to save this heritage, surely it should be done.