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Leeds United's Owner Has Apparently Lost His Balls Since Buying The Club

Leeds United's Owner Has Apparently Lost His Balls Since Buying The Club
By Mark Farrelly

After yet another managerial sacking, another ban from running the club and yet more 1-1 draws - not to mention a 2-0 defeat to Blackburn last night - Leeds United's owner Massimo Cellino seems to be coming to the end of this tether.

The Italian is currently appealing a second ban from the Football League and issued a warning as to what might happen to Leeds if the ban is upheld, 'To save money I do 20 jobs. If they ban me and someone else comes in who does not fight for the club, it is dead.'

Indeed Cellino's time with the club may be nearing an end anyhow. He told The Times today that he is losing his balls:

Ten years ago, I had more balls, but since I came here it’s been a nightmare. Now I have a low quality of life. I feel shame when I walk to the shop to buy cigarettes if we lose a game. I convinced my family to come here and they have run away.

A man who was never one for self-doubt is beginning to crack.

It’s like being at a party where you’re not welcome. It’s killing me. Every night I like awake, asking myself, ‘am I good enough?’

I don't know. Maybe if he didn't get rid of former head coach Neil Redfearn - the one shining light in a sea of shit - then his life would be a whole lot easier.

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