Paul Taylor, 55, a Leeds United fan from Dewsbury gives his half-term report.
Verdict: I really think that in the absence of any semblance of normality regarding our owner, and the continued managerial shenanigans, we are entitled to much more than what we have had this season. Any decent results on the pitch – and we’ve had a few lately – are in spite of, not because of, everything going on in the background. And that is perhaps the most damning indictment of Leeds United – our expectations are now so limited, especially when it is obvious to nearly everyone where this club could be under the right control.
Where this season has gone right/wrong: A promising start slowly subsided into the usual disappointment and farce. But United are now getting to grips with the division.
Best moment: Alex Mowatt’s screamer against Cardiff City to finally win a home game.
Lowest moment: The dreadful first-half performance at home to Blackburn Rovers. So poor it was laughable.
Best and worst opposition teams: Burnley and Brighton looked decent. Rotherham looked poor – yet still managed to beat us.
What needs to be done in the transfer window: We still lack a reliable, solid spine to our team.
Predicted finish: 15th.