Cellino says in Shaggy voice “It wasn’t me.”

The ‘Injury-gate’ saga of Leeds United’s ‘Suspect Six’ rumbles on with hearsay being met with accusation and now counter-accusation. Player rebellion, faked injuries and likely dodgy crab sticks have been hurled at what the club are saying was simply an unfortunate series of events. Some of Leeds’ more Inspector Clouseau-esque fans have entered into fanciful thoughts that il Duce Cellino is somehow pulling the strings and making a series of puppets dance in a malevolent case of ‘he who pays the piper calls the tune’. When the club puts out ineffectual statements that don’t really address any supporter concerns, it is understandable to a degree why fanciful thoughts enter the minds of some Leeds United fans, but fanciful thoughts they are according to Leeds’ controversial owner.

“I only found out on Friday evening. I admit it looks weird. But if the players were injured, why didn’t the manager inform the chairman? This looks like a fight between manager Neil Redfearn and the ownership of the club, which is not good.”

So, prepare yourself for the next saga at Elland Road because if the owner is saying, “This looks like a fight between manager Neil Redfearn and the ownership of the club, which is not good,” then you can expect that sparks will continue to fly.

After all, it’s Leeds United isn’t it.

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