Posted by sean on January 19, 2013 at 11:42 pm in Leeds United with No Comments


I would like to retract some of the comments I made in a recent blog. Last week I made a blog regarding Leeds United’s recent form and lack of transfer activity, writing some negative remarks about the club’s new owners. As with a lot of stuff on here, a lot of them were made in jest.

Like many Leeds fans, I have been left feeling frustrated by recent performances, results and lack of signings. However, upon reflection, I have realised what massive task the new owners, Gulf Financial House, have on their hands.

GFH only officially took ownership of Leeds United last month. The club has been on the decline for an entire decade, with fans left feeling alienated and upset with various aspect of the club – dwindling attendances prove something is not right!

It is going to take a very long time for GFH and Leeds manager, Neil Warnock, to rebuild the club. It will be hard work and I wish them well.

Late night, passionate post over.

At least we beat Bristol City today.

Marching on together.

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