The Daily Star (Yeah - we know!) are reporting that fans will be furious to see Leeds united legends such as Eddie Gray, Peter Lorimer and Dominic Matteo being forced to leave the club, but we have a different take.
Leeds United fans are sick of it all - sick of the last ten years, sick of the poor performances, sick of the off-the-field problems and sick of the fact the club has not moved one step forward in that time.
Cellino may just be the man to rid the club of the problems once and for all and put us on to a firm footing for the future. That is not to say any one individual associated with the club is the current cause, but as a collective, everyone associated to the club at the moment is part of the problem, directly or indirectly!
Speaking to fans as we do every day, the general swell of opinion is that whatever is need, must be done, and if that means Leeds United legends have to make way for a new regime, then so be it. Fans seem prepared to accept that the manager, the coaching staff and the vast majority of the players may have to depart if the club is going to start again.
Only the unforced sale of Ross McCormack and Sam Byram, and perhaps Alex Mowatt would upset the fans, who see these three players as an essential part of the future, and even those would be accepted if their sale was justified and real focus (and investment) was placed around team rebuilding.
Something is rotten at Leeds United, and has been for a long time, and sometimes when you have to dig out what is rotten, you have to sustain some damage along the way. The Leeds United fans appreciate this better than most and as long as people are treated in a fair and perhaps more importantly, a respectful way, then there is no fanbase in the country that is more ready to adopt change than the Elland Road faithfull!
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