Curtis Woodhouse predicts Leeds United’s league position next season

General view inside the stadium before the game - Elland Road

Leeds United narrowly failed to finish in the top six of the Championship last season.

Former Birmingham City and Hull City midfielder Curtis Woodhouse has predicted on social networking site Twitter that Leeds United will not finish in the top six of the Championship next season.

The 37-year-old, who is now a professional boxer and also manages football club Bridlington Town, believes that Leeds will end up 10th in the league table in 2017-18.

Elland Road

Leeds enjoyed a successful season in 2016-17 and narrowly failed to finish in the playoffs, having been in the running for the top six until the final weeks.

The West Yorkshire outfit will be aiming to repeat their heroics of last season in 2017-18 and will be aiming to clinch a playoff spot.

The Whites are one of the biggest clubs in England, and the Elland Road faithful will be optimistic about the season ahead.

Leeds have been quite busy so far in the summer transfer window and have made a number of signings, including midfielder Mateusz Klich, goalkeeper Felix Wiedwald and attacker Ezgjan Alioski.

General view inside the stadium before the game - Elland Road

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