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Leeds United: Fans divided over Massimo Cellino verdict that season must be scrapped

Leeds United: Fans divided over Massimo Cellino verdict that season must be scrapped - Leeds United

According to quotes from Corriere dello Sport via the Yorkshire Evening Post, former Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino has called for the season to be scrapped following coronavirus fears – with the controversial ex-Whites head branding the pandemic a ‘plague‘ sweeping across Europe. 

Cellino, who sold his 50% stake in the Elland Road club to current owner Andrea Radrizzani back in the summer of 2017 (BBC), wasn’t the most popular figure at the Yorkshire club – receiving three football association bans over his three-year tenure on the board.

As well as this, Cellino was banned from all football activities for 18 months and fined £250,000 for breaking FA rules over the sale of Ross McCormack to Fulham. Now, the Brescia owner has warned the footballing world that ‘everything has to be moved to the next season‘ – with many Leeds fans since becoming divided over the Italian’s point of view. One supporter called him an ‘utter moron‘ while others suggest he is ‘absolutely right’.

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