Leeds have announced that Leeds owner Massimo Cellino has had his ban extended to 3rd May from 10th April.
So what does it actually mean-the quick answer is pretty much nothing. The charge relates to information Leeds were supposed to have supplied the league regarding Cellino's tax case (for which he was banned until 10 April). The info from the club was not delivered in time, hence the charge.
However, Cellino has already stated that he won't be back anyway in April, when the ban was due to end, as he wants to fight that charge independently (in theory, so not to risk any sanctions). Therefore, the ban effectively means nothing-the positive is that there are no sanctions against the club..
Cellino's battles with the Football League will continue to run, with more charges awaiting Massimo in Italy-this one though has, for once, worked out well for the club..