Video interview: Hockaday expects more Leeds departures soon

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HEAD COACH David Hockaday has promised that Leeds United will be a ‘leaner and meaner’ club in 2014-15 – and expects more departures of personnel in the coming weeks.

Hockaday ran the rule over his first-team squad for the first time yesterday on their return to pre-season training at Thorp Arch and has pledged that his squad and backroom staff will be a ‘tight-knit’ group by the time the season begins.

Leeds United head coach David Hockaday at Thorpe Arch for the first day of pre-season training.

Leeds United head coach David Hockaday at Thorpe Arch for the first day of pre-season training.

United are confident their transfer embargo will be lifted soon, with their bank accounts now unfrozen and while Hockaday expects some inward transfer activity shortly, he also believes that the retrenchment across all departments at the club will continue.

 

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