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Leeds players told to wash their own training kit

Leeds United players must wash their own training kit in preseason.

The Mirror says Leeds' fall has reached a new low this week with players now forced to wash their own kit after training.

The Lilywhites finished 15th in the Championship last season. But the club's stars are also having to agree to money being taken out of their salaries to wash their kits on matchdays.

That is in addition to the kitchen being closed at their Thorp Arch training ground and stunned players being told to bring in packed lunches.

It is all part of a big cost-cutting exercise under new owner Massimo Cellino, who is determined to get the club's transfer embargo lifted.

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