Former Leeds defender Danny Mills has had plenty to say about his former club.
Former Leeds United defender Danny Mills has given his view on the current state of play at the club.
Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live, Mills said he feels the club is still struggling from problems created from the time back when he was a player, and exacerbated by poor ownership and decisions since then.
He said: "It really has been disastrous. (It has) so much potential, such a huge fan base, loyal fans, a traditional old stadium, it's a club still riddled with debt from days when I was there.
"(It's had) numerous owners coming in getting it wrong, hugely wrong."
Leeds this week appointed Uwe Rosler as head coach in place of Neil Redfearn, and Mills expects the latter to be in demand from rival clubs.
He said: "What he's done is put himself in the shop window, he has shown he can work at this level in very difficult circumstances on no budget whatsoever.
"I don't think he'll be short of offers."
Redfearn has been offered his old role as head of academy, but is yet to accept the offer and is considering his options. As Mills suggests, there are likely to be positions available for him in club management.
Mills also offered his opinion on club owner Massimo Cellino, whose first full season at the club can be described as chaotic at best.
He said: "It appears from the outside if he wakes up on the wrong side of the bed he makes a decision different to the day before. He just does what he wants."
That may be the case, but to Cellino's credit his appointment of Adam Pearson as executive director has been designed to off-load some of the football decisions away from him and provide more structure to the club on a day to day basis.
This may at least help end the 'disastrous' perception of the club which Mills describes.