Nothing is ever boring at Leeds United. The once great club find themselves in the midst of a Championship promotion dogfight, yet it is still the off-field debacle that continues to dominate the headlines. It was only a few weeks ago that the club were in a state of absolute chaos, with little knowledge over who was running the club or who was taking charge of the team.
As the dust settles on a tumultuous few weeks, it would now appear that GFH have decided to sell 75 per cent of the club to Cagliari owner Massimo Cellino. The aptly named ‘King of Corn’ will be quick to place his stamp on the club, and Leeds United fans should be braced for an Italian revolution of sorts in the next few years.