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LUFC O'Brien never wants to play for Leeds again

Simon Grayson has revealed that Andy O`Brien has told him that he never wants to play for the club again.

O`Brien has been linked with a move to West Ham on loan this week and Grayson had publically said that he would not be going anywhere.

Grayson speaking to Yorkshire Radio after the game at Burnley said, "Andy O`Brien came to me on Friday and said that he did not want to play for the football club again. I will deal with it internally along with the chairman but I am hugely disappointed that a players come to me and said that after he has played extremely well at Leicester.

I have privately and publically backed him after a difficult spell but his Leeds United career is over."

O`Brien was in line to keep his place in the side after a good performance at Leicester before the international break but it now seems that will be his last game in a Leeds shirt.

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Date:Saturday November 19 2011
Time: 3:31PM

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