Wednesday's verdict from the employment tribunal could not have been more damming.
The judge said Leeds, as a club didn't follow rules that have been in place well before the city of Leeds was blighted with having a team owned by Massimo Cellino.
The verdict even brought the local paper, the Yorkshire Evening Post to do an editorial asking 'How much more can we take'.
Good question that, because without a doubt the Italian has still many followers who blindly point at the clubs improved accounts without seeing the bile that was produced to get them there.
Lucy Ward is a good person, not perfect, none of us are. But she, alongside Neil Redfearn helped bring in a lot of players to the first team of Leeds United who formed the backbone of the current eleven on duty in our latest game vs Birmingham City.
She deserves credit and respect for this, as do others who worked with her.What she doesn't need telling is that she's better served staying in the kitchen or filling some buggers nails.
That's disrespectful and has no place in any workplace never mind a football club.
What to do? Surely there comes a time that the authorities and the Football League get off their collective arses and finally do something to help this 'listing' ship before it sinks without trace. Maybe that is their remit, to rid football of one of the most famous teams in English football. If it is, they should hang their heads in shame.
Time to act Football League, you've made your verdict that he's not 'fit and proper' and Cellino has shown recently that along with another family member he's not and shouldn't be owning a pub team never mind a Championship team. You're letting the city as well as it's fans down.
The supporters have their choice this weekend as fans will march from the city centre to Elland Road before the fixture with Reading. Those who disagree with it or simply ignore the march I ask one question; What the hell do we do then?
I for one need the answer because I'm fast coming to the point where I'm thinking the only way to change is to vote with my feet and that is wrong because I love my club but hate what it is becoming, a joke, an embarrassment.
I cannot see this relationship ending well; like two lovers who know they aren't meant to be together. Leeds and Cellino will one day part and there will be tears, not from us for his departure, but the stains he's left on our club.
I say 'ours' because it bloody is, I've paid part of Brolin's wage, a piece of the East Stand, George Graham's wage and I've done it and smiled because this is my club and I'm sick to the back teeth of it's name being dragged through the shit!
Go Cellino, Go now!!
By Keith Ingham