Leeds are to hold further talks with former Forest Green boss David Hockaday about becoming manager
LEEDS United are to hold further talks with David Hockaday about becoming manager.
The former Forest Green boss remains the short-priced bookies favourite to become the new head coach at United.
His coaching credentials included working as Watford's assistant manager as a coach for Southampton and Leicester.
Leeds chairman Massimo Cellino had also gone on record to state that he wants Nigel Gibbs – United’s assistant manager under former boss Brian McDermott – to remain with the club next season and play a role within the coaching staff. Gibbs and Hockaday previously worked together at Watford.
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