Head of Content Keith Ingham stood loud and proud along with several hundred supporters as they marched on Elland Road for Saturday's fixture against Reading, here's what he had to say.
I'd set my mind on going on the march when it was first mentioned. Rather to add my support or just because I was intrigued to see who actually turned up, I had to go.
Although I arrived late, I joined the thousand strong to commute on foot to my spiritual home, Elland Road.
I met Graeme from Bramley, a fan for over forty years. He's seen the good times and the recent bad ones too, but his love for this club has not diminished, even though he finds walking unaided hard. He usually needs a waking stick but today he walked with me and we chatted on what he thinks is wrong with what is happening at the club and why he was putting himself through pain to do it.
His first game was one of the biggest disappointments the club has had, the 1973 FA Cup Final versus Sunderland at Wembley with his Dad. But even after Bob Stokoe's men had triumphed he wanted more, his love of the club had started and ever since he goes to as many games as he can. Even though his argument is that, in his own words; "he's sick of the shit that goes on" and the way Cellino is running the club.
In those few sentences you realise that 'being Leeds' isn't something that is going to be easy, as our song goes it has its 'ups and downs'. Yet season after season the belief is still strong, even if what we see on the pitch continually hardly complements it.
To see brothers, sisters and children walk the walk when our owner can only talk the talk makes me believe there is a future for this club we love. It may take a change of ownership, but eventually we will see the promised land. I felt proud to be with Graeme and the rest of those fans.
I was too far back to see the reception the march received, but I heard it was a positive one, hands were clapped, thumbs were raised and voices outside the East Stand raised too.
"Support the team, Cellino out" was voiced and as we dispersed to oil our throats in the Old Peacock I realised that if you agreed with it or not, it cannot and will not be ignored.
Twenty thousand attended the Reading game and that means 1/20 voiced concern on where this club is going. It's not massive, but it's a growing body that is willing to try and get this wonderful club back to basics and for Cellino to realise these fans cannot, should not and definitely will not be ignored.
Saturday made me again proud to be Leeds United.
By Keith Ingham