Former Leeds United chief Massimo Cellino is already encountering problems at his new club Brescia, with reports some players had to break off from training today due to the risk of picking up a parking ticket from police.
Cellino purchased the Serie B side this summer, after selling his remaining shares in Leeds United to Andrea Radrizzani.
Calciomercato have reported on today’s events when Pasquale Marino’s first training session as Brescia’s new coach didn’t go so smoothly.
The Italian football outlet have reported on some players not being able to park within the Italian side’s training complex because the car park is too small.
This has resulted in players having to leave their cars in the streets surrounding Brescia’s training complex, but they got a shock when the police turned up today.
Cellino only appointed Marino yesterday after the former Leeds United chief made his first managerial sacking since taking over the club, when he dismissed Roberto Boscaglia.
Leeds United fans will remember quite well that the coming and going of managers was a frequent occurrence at Elland Road during Cellino’s reign, as was his brushes with the law.
Due to the issues with the size of the club’s training ground there are reports Cellino will have to build a new centre for his new club, but given his cost cutting measures when at Leeds United it’s likely to be done reluctantly.