The Lowdown: Corberan leaves Huddersfield
Corberan spent three years with the Whites, initially arriving as the U23 manager before working as a first-team coach under Marcelo Bielsa.
The Spaniard left Elland Road for Huddersfield back in 2020 and spent two seasons with The Terriers, taking charge of 102 games.
Labelled as ‘outstanding’ by Danny Cowley, Corberan guided Huddersfield to the play-off final last season but missed out on a spot in the Premier League following a 1-0 defeat to Nottingham Forest.
Corberan resigned as Huddersfield boss in recent days, and it looks as if a return to Leeds could be on the cards.
The Latest: Source shares update
FI shared a story regarding Corberan and Leeds on Friday morning after they were handed news by sources.
They claimed that Corberan is under consideration for a ‘shock’ return to Leeds, who are after a first-team coach for Jesse Marsch. The report adds that Victor Orta and Corberan remain close.
The Verdict: Why not?
Corberan impressed last season in the Championship and almost sealed what would have been an eye-catching promotion to the Premier League.
Former Blackpool manager Neil Critchley made the move to Aston Villa earlier this summer to become Steven Gerrard’s assistant, so you wouldn’t rule out Leeds making similar behind-the-scenes moves.
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