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Pep Clotet to leave Leeds United, fans react

Pep Clotet to leave Leeds United, fans react

Both Orta and new head coach Thomas Christiansen were pressed on the speculation as the Spaniard was unveiled in front of the media, and Orta has claimed that it will be the "best solution" for the New Zealand worldwide to stay at the club.

"I'm very excited and believe we can do good things here", Christiansen said.

28-year-old Bridcutt was Monk's club captain at Leeds last season and is clearly a player the new Boro boss has a lot of faith in.

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Christiansen was a surprise job to take the reigns at Leeds after the managerial hotseat was vacated by Garry Monk, who subsequently joined Middlesbrough.

I believe in my possibilities, this is why I am here. "At least the promotion should be there and of course we hope to do better". I know how they play and how they advance. Leeds also believe in my abilities and we all want the same and arrive in the best condition at the end of the season. I presented my ideas in how I saw the team and what I wanted to try to do in the presentation.

"I'm looking forward to seeing what he can offer in pre-season and we go from there". "It's always been a dream for me".

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The report suggests that Leeds could bring the former Rotherham United man back to English football this summer as the club's search for recruits starts to result in targets.

"He understood that Leeds was the opportunity for him, not just one opportunity".

American reverses plan to cut an inch of legroom - in three rows
American Airlines has announced it will not go through with a plan that would reduce legroom to 29 inches from 31. The backlash was swift at a time when relations between US airlines and their passengers have sunk to a new low.


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