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It has to be said it hardly took a while to complete the changeover at Leeds United.
After the parting of the ways for Steve Evans, the new Head Coach was unveiled at the theatre of every lasting hope on Thursday afternoon, flanked by the new CO of the club Barattieri and Leeds United legend Eddie Gray.
So what do we know about the combative ex-Swansea City central defender and manager?
He started his playing career at Torquay United before moving on to Southampton, spending a further loan spell at his boyhood club.
He then had further loan spells at Stockport County, Oxford United, Sheffield Wednesday and Barnsley. He eventually moved from Southampton on a free transfer in 2004 to Barnsley but stayed only a short time before moving to Swansea City.
It was there where his reputation as a 'no nonsense' defender came to the fore. Swansea were in the old Division Two and not soon after his debut he was shown the red card in the game with Shrewsbury Town, ex-Leeds player Andy Robinson was also sent off in the same game.
In 2005 he was part of the Swansea team to reach the Playoff final, but they lost in the Millennium Stadium to Barnsley in a penalty shootout.
The following season Monk was made captain but shortly after he picked up an early season injury and missed the entire 2006/07 season with cruciate ligament damage.
The following season he led Swansea to the Championship for the first time in twenty plus years, he lifted the League One champions trophy and they did so with a record amount of points (92).
The season after they missed out on the playoffs on the final day of the campaign. However, the following season they achieved promotion to the Premiership beating Reading in the Playoff final.
Whenever he played against us he always came across as a 'class, no nonsense' centre back and regularly gave our strikers a hard game. He also led by example, even though occasionally getting on the wrong side of the referees whistle.
In the early months of 2014 he was named interim manager after the sacking of Michael Laurdrup, he was given the position permanently in the May of 2014. In his first season Swansea finished a respectable eighth position.
After twelve years at the club he was sacked in December 2015 after a miserable run of results, one win in eleven games in the 2015/16 season.
What is clear is that he is well respected within the game and his teams, when I've seen them, played a very positive style of football.
It is in my view a positive step by Massimo Cellino, he will however need to be seriously backed financial this summer if Leeds are serious about mounting a top six challenge.
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By Keith Ingham