Simples. Let McDermott oversee training and pick the team, then hand control over to Gibbs on match day. It worked brilliantly on Saturday so why shouldn't it work again?
In a strange way, all this chaos may have kick started a promotion charge for Leeds. Things appeared to be falling apart in the run up to McDermott's sacking and the new signings were struggling to bed down and have an impact. In fact, the situation was so desperate that the Bald Controller reverted to Old Big Gob's players. The manager seemed to have run out of ideas and Leeds were going nowhere fast.
But Cellino then threw a hand-grenade into the dressing room, and the anger at McDermott's dismissal was palpable. That second half performance showed what this team can do when they are fired up, and with Yeovil up next, there is a real opportunity to record back to back wins and begin a second push for the playoffs.
Somehow, McDermott has to exploit the sense of injustice without allowing the uncertainty surrounding the club's ownership to get to the players. The message should be, "Fcuk the Board, Fcuk Cellino, Fcuk all the bullshit, let's go out there and do it for the fans!"
The Bald Controller must now blow the whistle and order everybody on board the Leeds United McFeel Angry Raging Express to the Premiership, Europe, Infinity and Beyond!
Mussolini got the trains to run on time, perhaps Cellino will have the same effect!