8. Charlton 2 Leeds United 1 (aet)
May 29th, 1987 at St Andrews (18,000)
After finishing fourth from bottom during their first top-flight campaign in 30 years, Charlton were faced with a play-off final against old Second Division club Leeds United.
Among Leeds' players was two-time Addicks player of the year Mark Aizlewood, who had been Charlton's skipper until four months previously.
And the Welshman found the three games - a home and away leg before a final replay at St Andrews - extremely difficult to cope with due to divided loyalties.
"To this day I can't watch anything to do with that game," said Aizlewood, whose Leeds side eventually lost 2-1 after extra time thanks to two late goals from central defender Peter Shirtliff.
Charlton: Bolder, Humphrey, Reid, Peake, Shirtliff, Miller, Gritt, Lee, Melrose (Stuart 96), Walsh, Crooks.
Goals: Shirtliff 113, 117.
Leeds: Day, Aspin, McDonald, Aizlewood, Ashurst, Ormsby (Edwards 44), Stiles, Sheridan, Pearson, Baird, Adams.
Goal: Sheridan 99.
Ref: A Gunn.