Leeds United were one of four clubs to face a winding up order in the high court today, and Leeds were one of three who saw the order dismissed straight away, as reported by Sean Taylor of the Press Association.
— Sean Taylor (@seantaylorpress) September 8, 2014
The Yorkshire club faced an initial winding up order from Sport Capital earlier this summer, with that company claiming moneys owed by Leeds United to them, eventually winning that battle to be paid back by Massimo Cellino. A transfer embargo was placed upon Leeds at the time as a result, with it only being lifted after the summer transfer window opened.
It has now emerged that Leeds faced another winding up order today, but there is little information about who levelled it against them.
Owner Cellino has been keen to get Leeds back on a firm financial footing since taking over the club officially in April, and his success in getting an order dismissed can only be to the benefit of the club.