The £50 million takeover of Leeds United by a Gulf-based investment bank has been finalised at last.
It may have been thought that Leeds fans - who have long been calling for owner Ken Bates to sell up - would have been overjoyed, but because the deal thrashed out with new owners GFH Capital will see Mr Bates stay on as chairman until the end of the season, and then become the club's president.
And as John Shires reports, while some fans are relieved it's finally happened, others remain sceptical.
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