Chaotic Cellino

Shouldn’t we really be saying goodbye to Massimo Cellino and not Sam Byram?

He’s certainly not the best we (the almighty Leeds, of course) have had, but he could be the worst.

It doesn’t feel entirely right slating my hometown club, but I’m sure I’m not the only one…however, I’ve found myself questioning if our January transfer window would look like this if our current manager, Cellino was gone? Would their still be ongoing issues with Sky? And would our boy Byram still have our right-back?

Sky TV haven’t done us any favours by rescheduling Leeds v Boro – let’s face it, our current history with Sky isn’t exactly plane sailing!

Cellino has every right, and will probably (again), refuse Skys entrance to Elland Road tonight.

The League blames Cellino and, Cellino blames The League, but either way the match-move has caused an inconvenience for both club supporters.

This live screening feud with the Football League has been ongoing all season, our club is loosing out financially and it’s about time Cellino and Sky thought about the fans!

It’s a everlasting emotional rollercoaster being a Leeds lass, and seeing Byram leave has tugged at my heart strings.

When you finally feel the club coming together and getting some positive recognition, it seems to all break apart.

Although Byrams talent has most definitely outgrown our club, we wait with great anticipation for what Toumani Diagouraga, midfielder from Brentford brings.

Cellino has said ‘new signings are unlikely’, although there have been rumours that we are ‘actively perusing another couple’.

Sometimes I wonder if Cellino is here for the money or the passion, because the Premier League seems a long long stretch away for Leeds United right now.

I’ve named this post ‘Chaotic Cellino’ because he is exactly that, I see him personally as more of a…business man than a manager, I mean, Leeds United have had some bloody good history in the past – lets get it back to the good ol’ days, Leeds.

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Georgina Talbot

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