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14/08/2019 - 11:17 GMT

He’s First In, Last Out Footballer – Former Leeds Boss Talks Up Whites New Boy


Former Leeds United head coach Steve Evans has lavished praise on Whites new boy Ben White for his attitude and his willingness to commit to his job.

The 21-year-old centre-back joined Leeds on loan deal until the end of the season from Premier League outfit Brighton during the recently concluded summer transfer window.  


The defender has earned widespread praise for his performances in the opening weeks and Leeds are expecting him to fill the boots of Pontus Jansson, who left the club for Brentford.

Evans, a former Leeds boss, managed White for a brief period at League One outfit Peterborough when the defender joined the club on a loan deal.

The former Whites head coach admits that from his initial conversation with the defender he understood that he had a terrific attitude and his commitment towards the job was on display through his willingness to move to Peterborough to better understand the community.

“He’s your first-in, last-out footballer", the former Leeds manager told The Athletic.

“The first time I spoke to him I thought, ‘This kid won’t cause me any trouble’.

“Peterborough’s quite a long drive from Brighton, but if you wanted to commute you could do it. He was insistent on living local and getting properly involved in the town.

“His girlfriend was in Grimsby and I don’t think he realised he’d still have the same drive again to get up there! But his attitude was spot-on.”

White featured in Leeds’ 3-0 win over Salford City in an EFL Cup clash on Tuesday night.