Saturday, 11 August 2012

Diouf completes Leeds switch

Leeds United boss Neil Warnock has signed former Liverpool and Bolton striker El-Hadji Diouf on a non-contract basis.The 31-year-old trained with the club this week and his signing was confirmed ahead of Saturday's Capital One Cup clash with Shrewsbury at Elland Road.Diouf has made over 300 appearances in English football after starting his career in France.The forward spent nine years in the Premier League with Liverpool, Bolton, Sunderland, and Blackburn.He also had a loan spell with Rangers before joining Doncaster in the npower Championship last season.Diouf, who has twice been named African Footballer of the Year, made 23 appearances for Doncaster, but could not prevent the Yorkshire side from being relegated from the Championship.

2 comments:

  1. You gotta love Warnock for signing the most arrogant disgusting footballer I've ever seen.This is the guy who SPAT in the face of a fellow professional Arjan De Zeeuw.Then hurls abuse at James Mackie whilst laid on the floor with a BROKEN leg.

    Wonder if he was bullied at school.

    Still on the positive side he's a bloody good player.

    MOT

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  2. Who cares, he's playing for us, a very, very clever signing

    MOT

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