The Leeds owner has been discussing his newest manager.
Rosler was hired as Leeds boss earlier this summer, succeeding Neil Redfearn and becoming the fourth different coach hired at Elland Road under Cellino's reign.
So far, the 58-year-old thinks highly of the German. That may change with time but not quite yet.
And Cellino says Rosler suits his mentality because he likes to 'have control of everything.'
The Italian said: "I wanted someone who is a good, experienced coach in the Championship. Uwe is German but he knows England and how to get foreign players used to playing here.
"He’s a very well-organised guy. He suits my mentality because I like to have control of everything."
But do those very words spell trouble for Rosler?
The Leeds owner wants to have control of 'everything' and that seems to have interfered heavily with the Yorkshire side in recent months. Indeed, rather than that being a positive for the new coach at Elland Road, it's much more likely to become a huge problem for him.
Cellino is, of course, praising the German. But he is also making a frank admission about how he runs Leeds.
And, if the Rosler appointment goes wrong, you may well be looking at the very reason why above.