So who does own Leeds United? There are more claims and counter claims here than in the Suarez affair!
According to the parent company, GFH have sold 52% of the club's shares, but with this news leaked, the Board were quick to deny it and insist that a majority share holding had been retained. So where does the truth lie?
In a sense it does not matter. What matters is that the myth of openness has been exploded wide open. If the fans aren't even allowed to know who owns the club, what confidence can there be that the club is being honest and open with the fans, as the Reverend McDermott promised? And if the fans can't believe what they are being told, how can there be any confidence that key players such as McCormack and Byram won't be sold before the window closes?
But never mind any of that. The little matter of a Yorkshire derby kicks off at Elland Road this afternoon, and with extreme bad blood hanging over from last season, there's likely to be a greater sense of harmony in Cairo this afternoon than on the terraces for this battle.
Leeds have started adequately, but the clever money will be on a 1-1 draw today.