Sheffield United v Leicester City - 5 May 1990 - Brian Deane ecstatic after scoring and putting United firmly on the road to promotion.
Thirty years ago in 1990, United boss Chris Wilder was part of the United side that beat Leicester 5-2 to seal promotion to the old First Division. But what happened to the rest of the United squad that day?
Cost £7,500 when he signed from Wimbledon and played 382 games for the Blades before retiring in 2003. He joined Northampton Town as chief scout in October 2019
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A Northern Ireland international, Hill left United to ironically join Leicester in 1992. After retiring, he worked for the Foxes before joining the PFA as commercial director
The boyhood Blade had two spells at United, before moving into management - to considerable success...
Another former Wimbledon man in United's ranks, Morris enjoyed a long spell at Bournemouth after leaving Bramall Lane and later managed Dorchester Town
A former England youth international, left-back Barnes was a popular player at United. He later played for Watford and Colchester United, before injury forced him into retirement
Joined United from Brighton and made 28 appearances before following Morris to the south coast with Brighton. Regularly turned out for United's Masters team after he retired
Remarkably joined United on loan from Wednesday in 1989, a move which was later made permanent. After helping United into the top flight, he moved to Brentford and set up his own furniture business after retirement
Captained the Blades on that memorable day at Leicester and later played in the top flight, after being written off and close to retirement during his time at Brentford. Now a driving instructor on the south coast
Better known as 'Jock', Bryson played 150 times for the Blades and scored one of their goals in a 6-0 win over Spurs in the Premier League. Later had a spell coaching youngsters in Preston's academy
Club legend Deane had three spells at the Blades, but the first was his most prolific. Still a regular at Bramall Lane, he is the owner of Kosovo side Ferizaj
Another scorer at Filbert Street, Agana netted over 50 times in United colours before moving to Neil Warnock's Notts County in 1991. Later worked for the Blades on matchday as part of the hospitality team
Commonly known as the hardest man in football, Whitehurst later took over the Cricketers Arms pub on Bramall Lane
A member of United's 'Slapshots', Bradshaw began his career with Wednesday before moving to United via spells with Barnsley and Manchester City
Kept the Blades in the top flight against the odds until their cruel relegation, on the last day of the 1993/94 season. Left the Lane in 1995 and later managed Crystal Palace, Nottingham Forest, Barnsley and Leicester