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SIX reasons Leeds United should stick with David Hockaday

Date: 26th August 2014 at 7:31pm
Written by Christy Malyan

After finding just three points in their first four Championship fixtures, manager David Hockaday has found his position under threat at Leeds United. Massimo Cellino revealed earlier this week that he was planning to give the former Forest Green Rovers boss his marching orders after the Whites' third defeat campaign against Watford on Saturday, before a sudden change of heart. But despite Cellino's U-turn, it's no secret that Hockaday has been given a stay of execution at Elland Road and results will have to significantly improve over the next few weeks. We at Football Fancast however believe Leeds should be sticking with the 56 year-old, not least because he was hired less than two months ago! So with that in mind, here's SIX reasons Leeds should stick with David Hockaday... He's had nothing to do with the club's transfer policy A poor workman blames his tools. That old adage should not be forgotten. But it's no secret that David Hockaday has played almost no part in Leeds United's summer recruitment, and owner Massimo Cellino has hardly graced him with a roster of top second tier talents, worthy of a genuine promotion push. For example, Ross McCormack, who was not only the Championship's top scorer last season but also won the Players' Player of the Year and Fans' Player of the Year awards at Elland Road, is yet to be adequately replaced following his £11million move to Fulham. ... Read More


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