By Keith Ingham
After a 'windy' win at the weekend, both goals had something to talk about. Firstly Ross McCormack again led the warriors into battle with passion and within a minute of the second half starting, Ross had curled in a fantastic shot past the hapless Yeovil keeper and send the away end into raptures. The second can only be said as a 'freak', Stephen Warnock's punt from forty yards and over everybody and into the net. He can say it was meant to do that but we all know the truth. Maybe after last week fortune actually did smile on the boys in blue shirts.
Most of the weekend has been full of The Mail and others discussing the Cellino deal with GFH in detail and also mentioning the enormous debt the club seems to be amassing after just over twelve months in the care of GFH, even Uncle Ken, allegedly helped out with a few quid (1 million) to pay the players wages in the early part of 2013.
The prospective owner said in the current bun the he was going to be driving a Ferrari instead of a Fiat. He also assured fans on the future of good, honest Brian who seems certain to meet him at the Brighton game.
I really hope that the two can develop a better relationship as the first thing in a long list of 'things to do' at the club. The small dogs down the road has shown there must be a decent relationship between the owner and the manager. Many fans although at first were against the agricultural millionaire, they seem to have generally accepted that the club needs a fresh input of money to keep the wolf from the door. It's as bad as that!.
In other news, On Monday the 'Together Leeds' were said to have offered to match the Italian's bid and further have asked the Football League to interfere and make GFH listen to their offer. With the Cellino deal so far ahead it is doubtful that they will do so and it is hoped that the FL can approve the first deal and the Together Leeds crowd can leave the job of hopefully getting the club back on it's feet to a man that clearly has a few quid in the bank to spend on Leeds.
Wouldn't it be nice after Wednesday to talk about the game on the pitch not the games being played out publicly in the boardroom. We've had enough of that nonsense for a long time.
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