Leeds United VIDEO: Josh - still time for Leeds to save their season

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MULTIPLE LEEDS boxing champion Josh Warrington has issued a rallying cry to his beloved Leeds United, insisting there’s still time for the Whites to enjoy a decent season.

United have equalled a club record by going ten games without a victory at Elland Road and sit three points off the Championship dropzone ahead of their return to action a week on Saturday at home to leaders Brighton.

DON'T WASTE THE YEAR: Leeds boxing champion Josh Warrington with Paul Adams, managing director of Palm Yorkshire, and Tony Stead, operation manager of BWS skip hire and waste management. Picture by James Hardisty.

DON'T WASTE THE YEAR: Leeds boxing champion Josh Warrington with Paul Adams, managing director of Palm Yorkshire, and Tony Stead, operation manager of BWS skip hire and waste management. Picture by James Hardisty.

Ardent Whites fan Warrington will likely announce news of his next fight by then but is also deeply concerned with matters at Elland Road.

Sports reporter Lee Sobot caught up with the Commonwealth and WBC International Featherweight champion as he posed for photographs alongside new sponsors Palm Yorkshire and BWS Skip hire and waste management.

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