The real shame, Bryan, is the fact that your club history and prestigue is being dragged through the mud by these no intereset in football, self esteem tossers. If I was one of you guys I wouldn't set foot in Elland Road---then wait for real action to tempt you back.
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Al, you echo the thoughts of many Leeds fans. Attendances have dropped significantly, even from when the club was in L1, and will continue to drop for as long as there is uncertainty about investment in, and ownership of, LUFC.
Fans attended games when they thought the club had its back to the wall but when they realised that they were marching to a different tune to that of its dubious owners' property development schemes the rot set in.
It will take a new owner with serious ambition, and a cheque book to match, to restore fans' trust in the management of LUFC after eight years of Ken Bates' malfeasance.