Three reasons Phil Parkinson must not be the new Leeds United manager

Aaron Brown
June 13, 2017

During the January transfer window, Garry Monk had a plan to land the 26-year-old midfielder and to strengthen this part of his team.

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"I don't want to go into details out of respect for Leeds but it was a new ownership and a new structure".

"I wanted the right challenge and all the boxes were ticked at Middlesbrough".

"That determination really struck me".

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Hull have appointed former Russian Federation boss Leonid Slutsky as their new head coach. "I've signed for three years but I want to do it in the first year".

If the club manage to keep hold of the majority of their players, and with the possibility of money being available for new signings, then expectations will be high that Boro can bounce back at the first attempt.

"Ben is one of a number here who is integral to the club", added Monk.

But Monk was looking to the bigger picture and further ahead with the security of being allowed to build something over time at Boro being something that he had undoubtedly been craving during his time at United.

The 38-year-old former Swansea and Leeds boss will be unveiled at a press conference on Monday after agreeing to take over as Aitor Karanka's replacement. There's no getting away from that. "Once I spoke to Steve it was very clear that was the right club for me". I'm ambitious and want to be working and find that challenge, and all of those ticked boxes that I needed to go forward were with Middlesbrough.

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