Massimo Cellino will not attend any more Leeds United matches.
Leeds United fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to respond to Massimo Cellino’s decision not to attend any more games.
In a statement published on the club’s official website on Monday, Cellino said that he does not have any intention to go to a Leeds match again.
The Italian entrepreneur’s decision stems from calls from the club’s fans for him to leave.
The former Cagliari owner has already announced that he is willing to sell his majority stake in Leeds to supporters.
Cellino bought the West Yorkshire outfit in April 2014 under controversial circumstances, and the fans are not happy with him.
The message from the Leeds supporters appears to have gone through to Cellino, who now looks set to leave the Championship outfit for good.
Following the chairman’s announcement of his decision, Leeds fans took to Twitter to have their say.
Below are some of the best comments:
@LUFC shame, he needs to hear how unwelcome he is— Michael #CellinoOut (@Leeds_Talk) November 2, 2015
@lufc All he's done is dodge tax, appoint clowns, sack good people, lie, ramp up legal costs & make us a laughing stock. Our fans sicken me!— Adam J (@Ken_DeMange) November 2, 2015
@LUFC If you sell the club to the fans you will be the hero though. Do the right thing, for once...— Linus Fransson Mörk (@LinusMork) November 2, 2015