The former forward responded when asked about the Leeds owner on social media.
Indeed, on a day when there were several more anti-Cellino protests, one Twitter user asked Marsh for his opinion on the Italian.
But he chose to focus on the role of history and Peter Ridsdale:
>Club is still on life support following Peter Ridsdale .... https://t.co/PvOJxdJ8Uf— Rodney Marsh (@RodneyMarsh10) March 5, 2016
It appears, if Marsh isn't to be misinterpreted, that the former Manchester City and Queens Park Rangers man isn't necessarily criticising Cellino but suggesting Leeds would still be struggling under anyone since Ridsdale's antics.
Leeds travel to Cardiff City on Tuesday night, where fans will no doubt demand a good performance and hopefully another good result.
Beating Bolton was a great pick-me-up for the Whites - but a one-goal win against the Championship's bottom club is nowhere near good enough on its own.
Can Leeds deliver in Wales - and will there be any more anti-Cellino protests?