By Shaun Stone
We are all aware of the poor run of performances which have resulted in our poor league position and some of us are now fearing the possibility of relegation to league one. Some have argued that this will not happen but more and more fans are voicing their concerns about this becoming a potential reality.
Each supporter is entitled to their opinion and this is my own - We do what we do best and continue to support the players and manager, at least until the end of the season. We are all aware of the issues surrounding the club off the field, but we all need to stick together and help push the players to perform better in a constructive manner, rather than destructive.
Indeed, we have all had to endure some performances that quite frankly were nothing short of lackluster, pathetic and showed a serious lack of desire but attacking the players and manager at this point in the season will do no good at all in my opinion.
If we are to get relegated this season, what would you prefer? Ranting at the players and manager and probably not helping them, or support them in the hope they will find their courage, desire and echo the passion of the fans in their remaining matches.
I am writing this article in the hope it reaches what is becoming a majority of supporters who are rapidly showing hostility, anxiety and a severe lack of patience. Of course, Leeds fans have been forced to endure some harsh times but we will get through it, like we have before.
Some fans say "Enough is enough" and I agree with them to some extent but let's get this season dealt with and then handle whatever else we can afterwards. Let us hope that the club has a new owner in place sooner rather than later and there is finally some stability at the club.
Of course, we cannot ensure our efforts will guarantee us Championship football again next season but I would much rather the fans go down singing rather than taking it on the chin and doing nothing about it.
Marching On Together