Daniel Farke has been named as Leeds United’s next manager ahead of the Championship season.
Following relegation, the Elland Road team will play a season in the English second level.
Farke has rapidly returned to managing after being fired as manager of Borussia Moenchengladbach.
He’s something of a promotion specialist, having led Norwich to the top flight twice. He could be just what Leeds need.
“I’d like to thank everyone for the very warm welcome; I’m very grateful to be working for this amazing club right now,” he remarked.
I am feeling modest at this time; I am aware of the duty to meet all expectations, and I want to repay the faith exhibited.
The most important thing is to reestablish togetherness and unity within our club, and I will begin working on it with my staff and players today, and I am confident that our supporters will be there when we need them.
“I’m looking forward to the first game of the season.”