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Wise In Charge For Southend

Leeds United have released a brief statement regarding Dennis Wise's current activities following speculation that he is set to depart Elland Road.

Wise has been linked with a move to join 'King' Kev at St.James' Park as Keegan looks to revive a woeful Newcastle United squad, again.

The statement on Leedsunited.com is brief, explains little, but it's worth mentioning anyway should Leeds fans be questioning the whereabouts of the clubs manager.:

"In reponse to speculation in the media on Monday, the club confirm that our manager Dennis Wise is preparing the team in Southend ahead of Tuesday's game at Roots Hall."




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Writer: LUFC1 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 28 2008

Time: 12:53PM

Your Comments

That clears that up then lol!
yorkshirepride1
Looks like he's off, otherwise they be saying he's not going FULLSTOP.
Tiny T
Be interestin to see if Dennis comes out and says anything before tommorows game, if he doesn't i reckon he''ll go, then who comes in? transfer window about to shut, we'll be shafted
SkyDave Leeds Fan
Goodbye..we wont cry...
kazza
Why does he need to be in charge, if he's gone, let him go.
Tiny T
Does this open the door for you to get O'Leary back?
Our Kids Dad
 

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