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Loiner
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It's reported that he has agreed in principle to sell his majority stake in the club to "Leeds Fans United" at no profit to himself
He's also quoted as saying it has been a nightmare since he took over!!

Did he clarify to whom it had been a nightmare?


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It's reported that he has agreed in principle to sell his majority stake in the club to "Leeds Fans United" at no profit to himself
He's also quoted as saying it has been a nightmare since he took over!!

Has now told 'Leeds Fans United' he no longer wishes to sell them his majority stake in the club.


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And how predictable was that?


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Wonder if Steve Evans was aware that Cellino interviewed Karl Robinson in London on Friday about taking over at Elland Road?

Robinson has turned down the offer and is to stay at League One MK Dons. Says it all really!!


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Evans is in the last few days of his contract, and assuming Cellino has told his it won't be renewed, it makes sense to conduct interviews as soon as possible for a replacement.


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Only a has been or a desperate person would want to take this job on with Cellino's record.


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There's plenty of those around......and the job is still rated as one that many would covet.


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Only a has been or a desperate person would want to take this job on with Cellino's record.

And that was really my point. How much further can Robinson take MKD with the small budget they have, he has done really well and when an oppertunity arises to go to a much much bigger club he turns them down. I doubt Cellino will be at Leeds much longer so he may get another crack at it sometime in the future.


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Next on the list is Bristol Rovers manager Darrell Clarke.


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Next on the list is Bristol Rovers manager Darrell Clarke.

Who has signed a three year contract to remain at Rovers!!


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So in the week when Steve Evans left the club the next man through the revolving door is ex Swansea boss Gary Monk. The sixth man appointed by Cellino since June 2014.


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So in the week when Steve Evans left the club the next man through the revolving door is ex Swansea boss Gary Monk. The sixth man appointed by Cellino since June 2014.
Am I right in saying, that Cellino went through 30 odd managers in a short space of time, while he was an owner in Italy.



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Expect a seventh before Christmas 2016.....Wink


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As seasoned (50+ years) observer of Leeds, if not a'fan' for the last thirty, there are two questions I genuinely don't know the answer to
1. What does Cellino want to get out of being chairman?
2. Who is/was the worst chairman, Cellino or Bates?


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How is this guy still the chairman or any part of Leeds United? I just don't understand why he hasn't been thrown out



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How is this guy still the chairman or any part of Leeds United? I just don't understand why he hasn't been thrown out

Thrown out by who though?


Spennyfan_chris
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By the FA, Football League or someone who wants to take over Leeds United to get him out



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By the FA, Football League or someone who wants to take over Leeds United to get him out



which refers back to my point one.
Running the club down hardly makes it a more saleable proposition. I think any suggestion that Leeds is one of the clubs attractive to investors with growth potential after a takeover is receding. Fast.



Loiner
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He has now sold his remaining 50% stake in Leeds United to Andrea Radrizzani who now has full control
Good way of getting round his FA ban!


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