Massimo Cellino has resigned as Leeds president

Massimo Cellino resigns as Leeds United president following Football League disqualification, but vows to return in April

Cellino's ban relates to a conviction for tax fraud in Italy but is free to return on 10 April once it becomes spent

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Massimo Cellino will be able to take charge of Leeds again on 18 March when his conviction is spent

Massimo Cellino vows to return to Leeds in April and promises 'the club will be looked after' after Football League ban upheld

Cellino's appeal against his Football League disqualification failed on Monday but he says it's a case of 'someone else signing the cheques'

Leeds owner Massimo Cellino has lost his appeal against his Football League ban

Massimo Cellino loses appeal against Football League disqualification meaning he must cut ties with Leeds until 10 April

Cellino will be able to resume his relationship with the Championship club when his conviction for tax fraud becomes spent under UK law

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