Massimo Cellino went into the Leeds United dressing room following the side's 1-0 home defeat to Huddersfield Town on Saturday to address the players.

The Italian chairman is known for his hands-on approach and cut a glum figure as he watched the Championship fixture unfold at Elland Road, with Leeds turning in a poor performance.

And Cellino was not prepared to sit on his hands.

Indeed, according to ITV Yorkshire, Cellino headed into the Leeds dressing room after the match and delivered hard truths to the side.

The defeat to Huddersfield has piled further pressure on Leeds head coach Garry Monk, who has presided over a poor start to the season for the Whites.


Leeds currently sit third from bottom in the Championship and face a key game on Tuesday night when bottom club Blackburn Rovers head to Elland Road.

Monk's side have lost four of their opening six Championship fixtures so far, picking up four points.