Premier League Stars Urge Cellino To Quit Leeds In Bizarre Video

by : UNILAD on : 21 Apr 2016 14:21
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Four Premier League stars have appeared in a ten second long video posted on Twitter last night, urging Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino to leave the club.

Harry Kane, Jack Wilshere, Dele Alli and Mesut Ozil all say “time to go, Massimo” on the clip, which has come straight out of the blue.


Leeds United fans have been protesting regularly about their controversial Italian owner, who still faces legal sanctions from the Football League relating to tax evasion.

Cellino’s son Edoardo – also a club director – has also been banned from all football related matters for three games, for calling a supporter a “spastic” online.

Check out the video:


Since the video went online, thousands of people have been trying to get to the bottom of the weird clip, and some on Reddit seem to have found an answer…sort of.

The Twitter account has also been used to publish videos of other celebrities, including Ian Beale and Ant and Dec appearing to back the ‘Cellino Out’ claims.

Reddit user KX321 provided his summary of the mysterious Twitter user, and it seems to make sense:

The guy who runs this Twitter account is someone well known to Leeds fans under his TNS and WhiteLeedsSite aliases.

Go through the last couple of videos on his Twitter page and you’ll see this isn’t the first time.

He has also done other things on Twitter with Seth Rogen, Michelle Keegan, Jim Ross (WWE commentator) this guy is also behind the fake death report on Jim Ross recently.

The same guy was the one who managed to somehow get Massimo Cellino on the phone and record a 25 minute conversation with him shortly before he took over the club.

Nobody seems to know who this guy is. But going by this latest stunt he’s clearly well connected somehow to celebs/footballers.


So there you go, we did wonder why Mesut Ozil would give a toss about Leeds…

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