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SBD Global/February 3, 2014/Franchises
League Championship Leeds Says Manager Brian McDermott Will Remain At Helm
Published February 3, 2014
SET TO SELL: REUTERS' Sam Holden reported Leeds is "set to sell a majority stake in the club to the family that run Serie A side Cagliari." GFH Capital said in a statement on Saturday that "it had agreed to sell" a 75% stake to Eleonora Sport Ltd., which is owned by the Cellino family. The Cellinos bought Cagliari in '92 and plan to invest "substantially" in Leeds once the deal is approved by the Football League (REUTERS, 2/1).