The Leeds United owner is back in the news this week.
Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino is used to making headlines by now, and he added to those on Wednesday when it was announced that he would no longer be selling the club to supporters group Leeds Fans Utd.
Discussions last week suggested a move was in the offing to make the group, chaired by businessman Dylan Thwaites, the majority stakeholders at Elland Road, but as reported by the BBC this week Cellino has since changed his mind.
The news came less than 24 hours after Leeds got their first win in four attempts since Steve Evans replaced Uwe Rosler as manager.
Evans had previously overseen draws against Fulham and Bolton Wanderers and a very disheartening defeat to Blackburn Rovers, but things are looking a little rosier now…at least on the pitch.
After the news that Cellino would not be doing business with LFU after all, we took to Twitter to see what Leeds fans thought of the announcement and you can read a selection of what we found below:
#lufc can anyone believe a word cellino says. The club needs stability nd cellino isn't the man to bring it— david barber (@dbarber77) November 4, 2015
@lufcstats Don't think you can sit on fence with Cellino, he could do some real damage now... Watch the spite.— Waccoe (@WACCOE) November 4, 2015
Just want to thank Cellino for being on his way out. The sooner the better.— Atle Onsrud Jensen (@Atle66) November 4, 2015