Leeds United fans continued to protest at Massimo Cellino's ownership.
It has been another tumultuous week at Leeds United. Rumours abounded about the future of Steve Evans after the 4-0 defeat at Brighton whilst reports of Lewis Cook's apparent release clause and the lack of contract talks with young stars at the club has left fans frustrated at Elland Road.
This week is just yet another forgettable one for Leeds fans, who have been growing increasingly restless with the ownership of Massimo Cellino.
Some Leeds fans have had enough and are now showing their displeasure in protest. Time To Go Massimo is what they call themselves and today they were at their most elaborate best.
Today they performed a pre-game stunt involving a hearse and coffin. They were suggesting that their beloved club has died under the Italian's rule:
Fans carry coffin to Elland Road's East Stand entrance, in protest against Cellino pic.twitter.com/WfaYHi3NA7— Phil Hay (@PhilHayYEP) March 5, 2016
They also performed what has now become the traditional way to show disdain as a football fan - with a flyover:
Plane flies over Elland Road with the slogan 'Time to go Massimo' pic.twitter.com/tCtaYZn9Zr— Phil Hay (@PhilHayYEP) March 5, 2016
It was ugly scenes from Leeds fans who are rightly aggrieved at the current state of affairs at Elland Road.
But on a positive note they did win their game this afternoon, beating Bolton Wanderers 2-1 thanks to a Mirco Antenucci brace.