The Leeds owner has been creating headlines once again.
Indeed, Head was reportedly expected to be appointed as the Whites' new head of recruitment but wanted to take an immediate holiday.
Cellino, however, felt time was too precious with regards to the transfer market and no longer wanted to appoint Head once he learned of his holiday plans.
In terms of alternatives, the YEP's report states that the Leeds owner has also come to a disagreement with Celtic's David Moss, ruling him out of the running, while Francesco Marroccu is an unwanted choice.
There will no doubt be plenty of fresh criticism for Cellino but, in this instance, does the Italian finally have more of a leg to stand on?
If an immediate job is needed, why should the owner stand for an employee who would prioritise a holiday? And, in Cellino's defence, the Leeds chief clearly isn't messing around.
However, what the Italian may have wanted to save in terms of time may end up costing the Yorkshire side even more so when it comes to the amount of time spent seeking an alternative recruit...