I've just got home from Elland Road. Apart being relagated today (gutted) some of the fans were an absolute disgrace. Listening to Five Live, Ipswich fans travelling home from the game were ringing in with stories of being attacked by Leeds fans and having bottles thrown at them. I am ashamed of our so call "fans" who think that violence towards opposition supporters (including women) is part of the game. Its inexcusable but what I don't understand is why there were not more stewards on duty and why there was virtually no police presence in the ground. This was a make or break game for Leeds and therefore there should have been more stewards and police. It was obvious that trouble was brewing even before Ipswich scored, e.g. some idiots chanting "On the pitch, on the pitch, on the pitch" and two fans had already managed to break the very thin line of stewards to get on the pitch. The only small saving grace is the amount of stick those who invaded the pitch got from the Kop and the general reaction of fans around me was one of anger and dispair at these idiots. Some of the Ipswich fans said they had never previously felt scared at a game until today. I have (Cardiff City supporter threw a metal pipe narrowly missing my head some years ago) and its not pleasant. I just hope the idiots responsible are found and a) prosecuted if an offence has been committed and b) banned from every football ground in the country for life. Rant over and now its time to contemplate next season's fixtures against the likes of Port Vale and Gillingham. Clucking bell.