We compile the best reaction from Leeds United supporters towards Massimo Cellino's appeal against his ban as owner of the club being rejected.
Leeds United supporters have reacted defiantly on social media site Twitter to the news that Massimo Cellino has had his appeal against his disqualification from owning the club rejected, as confirmed by ITV.
The verdict from the Football League was delivered this morning and it casts huge doubts over the future of the Whites.
Leeds had hoped to be embarking on a new, positive era under Cellino's guidance, but it appears to have been a false dawn and the news today brings further uncertainty over who will take charge of the club.
Cellino's reign so far has seen a huge turnover of players and managers and the instability he has brought has clearly negatively impacted on their play.
Leeds are currently fighting against relegation in the Championship and this latest off-field distraction is unlikely to be a help to the squad.
Supporters of the club were resilient in the face of adversity though and they have vowed to continue backing the team in the coming weeks.
Here is the best reaction from Leeds fans to the rejection of Cellino's appeal on social media site Twitter.
Aye lads it's the FL that are getting us relegated, nothing to do with the Serie B rejects we signed. #LUFC— Alex Metcalf (@AlexMetcalfLUFC) January 19, 2015
Time for some more turbulence at Leeds. Well if nothing else it's a hell of a ride.#lufc— hinsliff (@hinsliff) January 19, 2015
Reading really bad news concerning #LUFC & the club's immediate future at lunchtime has become as normal as eating lunch itself!!— George Harker (@RatherLargeOne) January 19, 2015
Massimo just go, you won't be in control of the club and you'll be more likely to get hit with more bans #lufc— Chris Cunno (@Chris_Cunno) January 19, 2015
Cannot understand why Cellino can't leave the club? Why does he want to drag it down with him. Who even is the chairman now? #LUFC— Elliott Allen (@ElliottAllen214) January 19, 2015
Whatever's next, just bring it on. We're immune now. Let go! #LUFC— The Square Ball (@TheSquareBall) January 19, 2015
I will always support Leeds United, not Cellino United, GFH United or Bates United!— Andrew Dalton (@lufcstats) January 19, 2015