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Leeds United Boss To Take Pay Cut?

Leeds United manager Dennis Wise has offered to take a pay cut following the clubs relegation from the Championship. With administration continuing after the confusion of the CVA meeting not reaching a conclusion, the players and now possibly even staff will be helping the club out, thinking about Leeds United a bit more than their bank balance.

Uncle Ken told the Daily Mirror: 'Dennis Wise has volunteered to take a pay cut, which I think must be a first in the history of football. He is leading by example.'

Well done Den!


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Writer: LUFC1 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday June 1 2007

Time: 8:43PM

Your Comments

Is he happy taking a pay cut or is he trying to safeguard his job?
dazza71
Both!?
LUFC1
like anyone believes a word bates says
Eddie01
I think its both, Duncan Revie wants to get rid of him if he takes over.
tedpowelluk
along with rest of the staff at elland road. God you are in such a state. Loving it!!!
will it ever happen
 

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