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Massimo Cellino's controversial £5 ticket increase at Leeds United this season was introduced because he did not like fans drinking beer outside Elland Road, according to an interview where the Italian is shown laughing about the incident.
In December Leeds increased prices in one section of their ground, with tickets in the South stand rising by £5 but allowing fans to redeem their extra payment for hot food or a drink inside the stadium. It was dubbed the «pie tax» by supporters, many of whom were angered by a price hike which meant Category A matches in that stand would cost £42 if not purchased in advance.
A video published in December by the Sardinian newspaper L'Unione Sarda shows Cellino, who bought Leeds in April 2014 and is awaiting punishment <A HREF= Milan trøjer børn>fußballtrikots for a second Football League disqualification as owner, discussing how a section of the supporters were chanting against him during a home match with Blackburn Rovers this season. He then says that he was unhappy about fans drinking beer outside Elland Road.
Cellino said: «At some point someone told me: 'Cellino, Cellino' – 20 supporters of my team – 'time to go.' I said: 'But why don't you go away?' And the supporters [said]: 'We pay.' So I said: 'No, you pay to see the game. To criticise me you need to pay extra', and I put £5 more for each ticket.
»I'll explain what happened. Outside the stadium there is a guy who thinks he's clever and put up an unauthorised stand. He sells beers. Consider that in England you can't live only on television rights. Leeds live on tickets and beer that is sold at the stadium, and season tickets.
«We collect about €40m [£27.7m] per year with season tickets and beers only. If you put the stand in front of the stadium with a bar to sell the beers, what can I do? So I said: 'Those that go to this bar, that are the friends of this guy, because they are the supporters that criticise us also, they need to pay £20 plus £5 with beer included.' They are very angry and criticise me for this.»
Cellino has told the Yorkshire Evening Post that he had not put up the price in response to criticism. «It was just a joke,» he said. «I never billige fußballtrikots could do anything like that.»
Ticket prices in the Premier League have come into focus this week after Liverpool fans walked out in the 77th minute of their home draw against Sunderland last Saturday. However, prices in the Championship are also regarded by many as extremely high, with a Guardian survey in September finding that individual tickets regularly eclipse £35. The Football Supporters' Federation described some prices as «ridiculously expensive».
Cellino was disqualified for a second time as owner by the Football League in October but is continuing to run Leeds as his ban has yet to begin. It is understood this is because he has challenged the legal grounds for his first disqualification in 2014 via a Football Association Rule K arbitration hearing, which has not been concluded.

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