4-0 down after 37 minutes and game over tonight against Brighton. Even better was the fact the match was televised for all to see how much of a crisis we are truly in.
Luckily, I wasn't home to watch the first half. Even luckier for my laptop screen, which would have been smashed into tiny pieces most likely. I did however listen to BBC Radio Leeds in the car and the way that both Noel Whelan and Adam Pope spoke about the sides performance at the Amex spoke volumes.
I don't think it's a case that Evans has lost his dressing room, from what I'm told he's never had it. There's factions of players that really want the Scotsman out and who can blame them?!
I can't solely put the blame on Evans, although I detest the man with all my being and know that in no way is he fit to run a club of our stature. The fact is, we really don't have any stature to brag about and we haven't had for some time.
I am however bewildered by Evans selection for the match. Starting Wootton in favour of moving Lewie Coyle out of position and keeping a newly fit Gaetano Berardi sums it all up.
The choice of Coyle on the right wing could have been a master stroke, but it wasn't. Leaving the likes of Carayol on the bench and starting four central midfielder's on the pitch with two out of position really shows how clueless Evans truly is. Really f****** clueless if you ask me.
Leeds are lacking goals and a lot of them to be frank. Antenucci can't be arsed, Doukara can't play there successfully without support, Erwin's not good enough and yet Evans still overlooks the recent form of young forward Eoghan Stokes, who scored his 5th goal in four appearances. There's nothing to play for Evans, why not give him the opportunity?
From what I've heard, the players had given up at 2-0 and I never saw the lads really give it a go, they just seemed to boot the ball up-field to allow for the pressure to subside. I'm not sure if some of the players just don't care any more. They've got nothing to play for and the men in charge are rather too hapless to understand their mistakes or the others are certifiably insane. Would you really want to join the club right now? Or even stay?
The only genuine reason I think that Evans is keeping his job is the fact that Cellino knows that fans may genuinely hate Evans more than himself. It may sound ludicrous but take a second to look at the sheer insolence the egomaniac has.
We're nine points away from relegation and as much as people seem adamant that we've no chance of the drop, stranger things have happened. If we can't pick up a win against Bolton at Elland Road, we're in serious bother. We have to remember that the man in charge of us only scraped survival by the skin of his teeth last season.
4-0 away to Brighton is the worst result in two seasons and if I'm honest, nothing's changed. We've a below par side with some gems hidden between some tragic players. We're dwindling in lower mid-table obscurity and we will be for some time without some drastic changes, both on and off the pitch.
I'm sick of writing the same story about Leeds, but it won't change until Cellino is out of the club and we're stable on all fronts. If I could fast forward to pre-season right now I don't think I would think twice about it, because it's not going to get any easier.
As I'm editing this, Phil Hay has tweeted that no-one from the Leeds camp will be speaking to the press. Maybe it's finally got into their heads that they aren't good enough, they should lock themselves away for a few days and think about what that shirt means to them and if they still feel the same, happily f*** off away from our club.
By Ryan Ingham