He feels that the fans need to be more involved in the running of the club.
Former Leeds United midfielder Vinnie Jones has had his say on affairs at the club today during his appearance on Sky Sports' Goals on Sunday programme.
The former footballer turned actor played for Leeds for one season back in 1989-90 before he was replaced by emerging stars David Batty and Gary Speed, leaving for Sheffield United.
But he still loves the club and played in Lucas Radebe's Elland Road testimonial back in 2006.
He believes that Leeds need to follow the model Bournemouth have employed to bring them great recent success.
He stated his belief that the fans should get some involvement at the club:
“I’d like to see the fans get some ownership. They’ve done that at Bournemouth and other places."
Of course there is already a group of fans trying to do just this.
Leeds Fans LLP are currently trying to raise funds to purchase a 25% share in the club, so that the long suffering fans at Leeds can have a say in matters.
Jones certainly thinks it is a good idea, and it can surely be no worse than the current situation.
The club has moved from crisis to crisis off the field this term under the ownership of Massimo Cellino and Leeds fans certainly want, and deserve, a change.