Leeds Fans United: RWC winner Mike Tindall vows to get involved

first_imgMike Tindall has vowed to support Leeds Fans United’s bid to buy the club.Owner Massimo Cellino has said he is willing to sell his majority stake in the Elland Road to supporters and will forgo any profit.And 2003 Rugby World Cup winner Tindall told talkSPORT he would be prepared to get involved in LFU’s takeover attempt.When asked if he would support the bid with a monetary donation and also by putting his name towards it, he said: “I definitely would do that. Thinking back to when I did go and watch them play it was always packed and always a joy to watch. The atmosphere was always fantastic to be a part of.“It has been a shambles off the field, as well as on the field. Having six managers in however long it was, it’s just a bit of a joke and it would be good to get some stability back in there and support the fans. They’ve earned it.“We were talking before about ‘what is a big club, what makes a big club?’ And everyone always says Leeds is a big club, so they deserve to have some sort of footing where the fans are happy because they are part of why it is a big club.”last_img