Head of Content Keith Ingham speaks on his feelings about the customary lap of honour for our last home game of the season.
I've never been a big fan of the 'lap of honour' or as it's now called 'lap of appreciation'.
This should be done when you've actually won something. It's my opinion and maybe a lot won't agree with it but standing clapping players you've criticised most of the season seems very two faced, but we do have fans that sway whatever the direction the wind is blowing.
A few fans have commented that it's the fans chance to say thank you for their efforts over the last nine months and I appreciate that totally. It's just not how I felt after watching Leeds throw away countless chances and concede simple goals akin to a lot of the games I've witnessed myself over the season.
The South Stand 'revellers' were clearly intent on trying their very best in drinking the bar downstairs dry and many spent nearly all the game down there and many comments echoed around were 'they can stick their walk round the pitch up their arse!'.
Football fans pay an awful amount of money to see their team and if they'd rather drink beer who am I to argue with them, most of them are far too large to do that to.
I've yet to think about my end of season blog, reflecting on a disappointing 2015/16, so I'll leave it till I do but if my views are in the minority, I'm sorry.
From what I've seen of the posted video's and photographs many had left their seats and either gone home just like me or to find another watering hole.
There are those who like to applaud the players around and see various siblings in Leeds kits trotting around with their Dads so I'll not dwell on it but suffice to say if we ever have a season when, again in my opinion something to shout about I'll be there with 'bells on'
Until then, I'll continue to watch until the final whistle and then go home.
By Keith Ingham