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Leeds Chairman's Son Makes Worst Edit Ever To An Offensive Social Media Post

By Conor Neville
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We're nearing the end of the season and the time is running out for this writer's left-field pre-season prediction to become a reality - namely, that Leeds chairman Massimo Cellino will abruptly return home to become the next Italian prime minister.

His son hasn't done him too many favours in this endeavour this afternoon.

In addition to being the son of Massimo Cellino, Ercole Cellino has also risen to become a director of Leeds United and announces himself as the Vice-President of the club on Instagram.

All this points to a young man of unusual precocity.

This afternoon he got a haircut, the results of which he posted up on instagram. Clearly, he is revelling in the martial and extremely right-wing vibe of his new cut.


He posted up with the picture alongside a message which included the hashtag #nazi.

Evidently believing the hashtag #nazi to be too insensitive and incendiary, he deleted the photo and re-uploaded it, this time accompanying it with the hashtags #SS and #gestapo.


If he made these alterations to the message on the advice of his public relations people, then we suggest they have another go at damage limitation.

Earlier this week, the world's joint most famous Manchester City fan lamented Leeds' absence from the top flight, saying he'd heard that Cellino had appointed his dog manager and had made his cat manager of the youth team.


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