Tottenham pair Harry Kane and Dele Alli confirm ‘Time to go Massimo’ video is a hoax

Tottenham pair Harry Kane and Dele Alli have confirmed a video posted on social media that shows four Premier League players saying “Time to go Massimo” is a hoax.

A section of Leeds fans are campaigning to force owner Massimo Cellino to sell the club and the video, posted by the account @WhiteLeedsSite, features Kane and Alli, plus Arsenal duo Mesut Ozil and Jack Wilshere.

Alli responded angrily on his official Twitter site when quizzed about the video by saying: “It was a hoax. Disgusting the lengths people will go to get a video they can change the context of.”

And Kane offered a similar response on his official Twitter site: “It was a hoax. Disgraceful the lengths people go to get a video they can change the context of like this.”

All four players are shown appearing to say the slogan, although there is no context given in the brief video, with no evidence to indicate the quartet knew it referred to Leeds’ Italian owner Cellino.

The fans’ group Time To Go Massimo has campaigned against the Italian’s ownership, holding protests outside Elland Road and in Leeds city centre.

Funded by unhappy supporters, it has carried out a number of protests including the staging of a mock funeral and the projection of several anti-Cellino messages onto the side of Elland Road stands.

Cellino’s two-year reign in charge of Leeds has been littered with controversy and managerial sackings. The former Cagliari owner is currently on his sixth head coach while also appealing against a second Football League disqualification for tax evasion.


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