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Former Ajax boss Schreuder no longer in contention for Leeds job


Former Ajax boss Alfred Schreuder is no longer in contention to take over as the new head coach of Leeds United.

Schreuder was at Elland Road on Sunday as Leeds lost 2-0 at home to Manchester United, which left the club one point above the relegation zone.

Leeds have so far been frustrated in their search to find a successor to Jesse Marsch as their primary targets have been unavailable.

Schreuder, who succeeded Erik ten Hag at Ajax, is available after being sacked last month but Sky Sports News understands he is no longer in the running as Leeds continue to hold talks with various candidates.

Speaking in his programme notes ahead of Sunday's game, chief executive Angus Kinnear said: "The search for a new head coach is well advanced.

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