According to the report by Leeds Live, Cellino – who spent three controversial years as chairman of Leeds United, during which time he appointed six managers and was banned as an owner by the footballing authorities on three separate occasions – has just installed former Leeds assistant manager, Pep Clotet, as the new manager of Serie B side, Brescia.
Rather remarkably, Luigi Delneri, Diego Lopez, Daniele Gastaldello and Davide Dionigi have all been in charge of Brescia at one point over the space of just 21 league games, meaning that Gary Monk’s former assistant will become the club’s fifth manager of the season.
And, after Leeds United Live shared their report on Facebook, fans of the club flocked to have their say on the matter, with many taking aim at Cellino for his rather cut-throat style of leadership.
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So, what exactly did these Leeds United fans have to say in reaction to the report regarding Massimo Cellino?
All in all, it would appear that many of these Leeds United fans are baffled as to why Clotet would wish to work under Cellino again, as it is obvious the owner has something of a habit of sacking managers very abruptly – in some cases, after just a matter of days.
And, considering the club’s rise since Andrea Radrizzani purchased Leeds from Cellino back in 2017, it is not difficult to imagine many of the Whites fan base being delighted that the Brescia owner no longer has anything to do with their club.