Former Forest Green boss David Hockaday on the brink at Leeds United

Massimo Cellino will decide whether or not to keep under-fire former Forest Green boss David Hockaday  PIC: Yorkshire Post

Massimo Cellino will decide whether or not to keep under-fire former Forest Green boss David Hockaday PIC: Yorkshire Post

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LEEDS owner Massimo Cellino will decide whether or not to keep under-fire former Forest Green boss David Hockaday by Tuesday.

The Elland Road club have suffered a frustrating start to the Championship season, with defeats to Millwall, Brighton and Watford overshadowing a last-minute win over Middlesbrough.

An emergency training session at Thorp Arch, where the players were expected to address their recent poor form, was cancelled this morning.

The summer appointment of the 56-year-old was a huge surprise for many after he left Forest Green by mutual consent.

 

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