By Keith Ingham
After another defeat at the place that we never do well and are treated like animals by the locals, a thought crossed my mind, do the players really care that thousands regularly turn up home but more especially away when they play.
In the games from Reading in my estimation seventeen thousand fans have boarded trains, coaches and cars to see their beloved Leeds. Many will have
missed days at work and spent money and they must sometimes wonder why. I'm Leeds mad but because of work and money I can only dream of doing what these fantastic fans do week on week.
The point I'm trying to raise is that when the players arrive back at their home can they honestly look at themselves and say 'I've tried my best for those people who turned up today'. I'm afraid that if the second half is anything to go by, the answer is no and some recently have not for a while. These players are well paid and although have short years at even this level it is not hard to expect blood, sweat and tears for the cause.
They have a manager who I've already said has enlightened Elland Road with his honestly, all I'm asking is for the same who cross the white line on match days.
We are loyal but deserve your best efforts. Look hard.
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