Cellino is growing increasingly frustrated that the Football League still haven't decided on the clubs future, and has now threatened to stop providing the money that is keeping Leeds United afloat. It is widely understood that Cellino has providing the running costs and covered the wages over the last two months as well as meeting other financial commitments for GFH-C. The Bahraini bankers appear to have no funding options other than using prospective buyers cash to prop up their club.
The Football League are meeting this week, but with a tax case hanging over Cellino and due in court early next week, it is doubtful a decision will be announced before then. Any decision, when finally made, may not be conclusive though and may be subject to several conditions including the larger embezzlement case that hangs over the Italians head and not due in court any time soon.
The situation grows ever worse at Elland Road, and with poor performances on the pitch, the club are now just 13 points above relegation. If the worst happened and Cellino either walks away or is refused, Administration is looking increasingly likely and the mandatory 10 point deduction would push the team just above the relegation zone at a time they are playing their worst football of the season.
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