Leeds fans' group Time To Go Massimo plan to park an advertisement van with a huge 'For Sale' sign outside Elland Road in a bid to help owner Massimo Cellino sell the club.
Cellino, 59, charged by the Football Association with breaching regulations surrounding agents on Wednesday, said last week he wished he had never bought the club and reiterated his desire to leave Elland Road.
The group said in a statement:
Time To Go Massimo wish to extend any help we can give to Massimo Cellino in his aim of selling Leeds United Football Club.
To this end, we have ordered from Drive-By Media a 5m x 2.5m 'FOR SALE' advertisement in the manner of a second-hand car advert to be parked outside the East Stand entrance (on Thursday) from 2pm to help him in his endeavour.
'FOR SALE - URGENT. One football club, used to be a great runner but now a project in dire need of restoration after several careless owners. Does not include stadium or training ground and may be liable to court cases. Willing seller, loyal but very fed up fan base. Price negotiable, unlimited potential.'
We hope that this, alongside Massimo's very well placed advertisement in The Times last Friday will hasten any and all enquirers into making an offer, and relieving Massimo of this sad, and lonely part of his life, and we will do all we can to help him return to his family who we are sure miss him dearly.
Leeds have been charged by the Football Association with breaching the governing body's football agent regulations.
The charge alleging misconduct refers to the transfer of Ross McCormack to Fulham in July 2014, the FA said in a statement.
Scottish striker McCormack left Elland Road in a deal worth £11m. Leeds, owner Massimo Cellino and authorised agent Derek Day have all been charged and have until May 20 to respond.
The FA said on its website: "Leeds United have been charged for breaching the FA's football agent regulations. The alleged misconduct relates to the transaction involving the transfer of Ross McCormack from Leeds to Fulham on 8 July 2014."
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Leeds forward Souleymane Doukara has been banned for eight matches by the Football Association for biting an opponent.
The incident happened early in the second half of the February 23 Sky Bet Championship 1-1 draw with Fulham at Elland Road.
Fulham defender Fernando Amorebieta was the victim of the bite and was booked for his reaction. He was later sent off for a second bookable offence.
A FA statement read: "Souleymane Doukara will serve an eight-match suspension with immediate effect after he was found to have committed an act of violent conduct.
"The Leeds United forward was charged following an incident which occurred in the 54th minute of the game against Fulham on February 23, 2016.
"The breach of FA Rule E3, which the player denied at an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing on Wednesday, was considered a non-standard case given the seriousness and both unusual and violent nature of the misconduct.
"Mr Doukara was also warned as to his future conduct and fined £5,000."
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Mirco Antenucci made it four goals in his last three games as his second-half strike helped Leeds to an impressive 2-1 win at Blackburn in the Sky Bet Championship.
An end-to-end first half was tilted in Leeds' favour 11 minutes before the break through Sol Bamba's second goal of the season and Italian striker Antenucci seemed to put the result beyond doubt in the 69th minute by clinically ending a counter attack.
Blackburn were given hope in the final minute as Simeon Jackson fired home his first goal for the club but Leeds held on to end the hosts' four game winning run at home in the league.
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