Monday's televised game at Molineux saw Leeds fans step up their protest at the latest disruption at Elland Road with a series of messages.
The protest took various forms, including the protection of Neil Redfearn as manager, but also the fact that the club's promising youngsters - Sam Byram, Charlie Taylor, Lewis cook and Alex Mowatt - all require securing on long term contracts.
Leeds fans also spoke out over the fear of being bought out by soft drinks giants Red Bull, and how the global brand has consumed other clubs in Austria and Germany.
The main catalyst for the protest is the launch of the Leeds Fans CBS initiative which aims to buy a controlling minority share of the Sky Bet Championship club, and the portion they are targeting is that which is currently owned by investment bank GFH Capital.
The CBS initiative has the aim of raising £10 million and creating a successful fan ownership stake to rival other similar schemes at clubs such as Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.
Some banners managed to combine the message in support of Neil Redfearn and against the rumoured buyout of Red Bull.