So, what's more important, keeping the traditional team colours or leading the Championship by seven points?
When Cardiff announced their kit change, I asked the question whether West Ham fans would trade the traditional Claret and Blue in return for success on the field. Let's face it, Man City and Chelsea both sold their souls to get where they are today, so how does the colour of the kit compare?
Cardiff fans seem to be coping with the new colours and, indeed, the change of kit may have helped the team, with red a psychologically more aggressive colour than blue.
Now there are suggestions that Leeds may follow Cardiff's example. Red features prominently in GFH Capital's corporate colours and in the flag of Bahrain, whilst white is, traditionally, the colour of surrender.
Why shouldn't Leeds adopt red shirts, white shorts with a red stripe down them, and black socks, to mirror the change of ownership? It may be the kick start Warnock's team needs!