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Leeds United fans display new poster expressing anger at owner Massimo Cellino

The Italian remains at Leeds United but fan frustration continues.

As reported by the Yorkshire Evening Post, Leeds United fan group Time To Go Massimo has posted a new message to the club’s owner.

A poster, said to be alongside the M621, bears the message, “You’re not welcome,” along with a previous quote from the Italian himself which reads, “If I’m not welcome, I’m not welcome. I go away and you never see me again.”

Cellino continues to come in for heavy criticism for the vast majority of Leeds supporters and despite the team’s resurgence on the field there are still plenty of unanswered questions off it.

Despite previously suggesting that he would sell the club, Cellino remains in charge and that is unlikely to change any time soon.

Leeds have impressed under manager Steve Evans, winning their last three matches and climbing to 13th in the Championship as a result.

While a late surge towards the play-off places seems unlikely the Whites can certainly finish the campaign on a high if they continue winning.

As for Cellino, expect the messages of disenchantment to continue as long as he remains at the helm.

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