The former manager recalls his whirlwind 70 days at Leeds, including transfer frustrations and ‘a dysfunctional squad’
From a lavish stay in the Dolomites to 1am wake-up calls and dressing-downs at Elland Road courtesy of Massimo Cellino, there are so many bemusing and bewildering moments to reflect on that David Hockaday knows he could write a book. So much so that, after an hour, it feels as if we have barely scratched the surface about his wild, white-knuckle 70-day ride at Leeds United.
Infamously parachuted into one of the biggest jobs in the country almost five years ago on the back of three covert meetings with the then owner, the 61-year-old became the first victim of the madness under the previous regime at Leeds.
Source: Football News
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