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Leeds turn to ex-QPR boss Hughes

Leeds United want former QPR boss Mark Hughes to succeed Neil Warnock.

The Daily Mail says it would be the second time in 15 months that Hughes had succeeded Warnock after a similar turn of events happened at QPR.

Along with Brian McDermott, sacked by Reading last month, Hughes is favoured by Leeds owners GFH Capital as the club look to keep hold of their Championship status in the remaining games of the season.

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