I suppose it wasn't such a surprise or a shock to be 'doubled' by a team that just six games ago were rooted to the bottom three.
Apart from an FA Cup victory this season, we've not beaten Rotherham since a League Cup game back in 2005, a pretty damming statistic. We've never beaten them as a Championship team.
We all know we have a poor squad and have individuals that don't help the situation by some of the decisions they make during games. Bellusci's missed bicycle kick the latest to gift the opposing team three points.
We have no direction or strong characters within the squad to help when the going gets tough and if you look at the next few fixtures coming we need 'men' to make sure Championship football at least is guaranteed, at the moment we are at least one or two wins away from safety.
Leeds at the moment look like a prize fighter who years ago was respected and feared but now has fallen from grace after too many blows to the head. The people who he trusted have left to be replaced by sycophants who tell him lies and give him false hopes.
We need some direction, any direction to set us on a course for calmer waters. If Cellino can't or won't be removed we as fans have a big decision to make, do we continue to supply the 'cash cow' or do we vote with our feet finally. It's a hard decision too, akin to leaving a loved one that has fallen on ill health or bad times, but my comrades we need to do something before we have nothing to follow.
I still believe that with the correct framework this once mighty team could once again rise to the top of at least the Championship and make the move on to the next level.
However, it may take time and patience, something myself and the majority of Leeds United fans have very little. Investment is key because without it we will continue as a poor middle table team in an average Championship league.
We need a vision, or season after season I will continue to get to the end of February/March time and I feel the need to bloody ask what the (a word that rhymes with duck) is happening inside Elland Road. Whatever people say, loyalty isn't blind and eventually I'll stop doing the thing I love. I won't go anymore because I feel I should, that horse has bolted and gone. I need some ambition, even if it comes in time.
What worries me most is not what or where we are, it's what or who we're becoming.
By Keith Ingham