With the possibility Leeds United’s game against Rotherham United tomorrow will be Neil Redfearn’s last, the Leeds United Supporters’ Trust have launched a campaign for fans to send messages of thanks to a man who has become one of the most popular head coaches/managers in the club’s recent history.

Comments tagged with #ThanksRedders on social media and left beneath a post on the Trust’s website are being forwarded to Neil Redfearn by the fans’ group. So far, the initiative has resulted in a large outpouring of support for Redfearn, a very small selection of which is featured below.

There’s been no word from Massimo Cellino on the situation as yet, but his Football League ban ends on Sunday and it’s expected a decision will come soon after. Neil Redfearn meanwhile has stated he’d like to finish the job he’s started but but would have certain (and understandable) conditions that need to be met – one of which is the reinstatement of Assistant Head Coach, Steve Thompson, who was suspended for reasons the club still hasn’t properly explained.

Lucy Ward, who works alongside Neil Redfearn at the club and is also in a relationship with the Leeds United boss, tweeted last night to say Neil was humbled by the messages and wanted to thank the Leeds United fans for their support.