By MOT Leeds News speaking to Paul Robinson

30th Dec, 2022 | 4:10pm

Sky Sports pundit: Everyone good is quitting Leeds United as Aaron Dagger become third exit of December

We’re delighted to welcome former England goalkeeper Paul Robinson as our exclusive columnist as each week he’ll be giving his views on the biggest talking points at Leeds United…

Paul Robinson is worried about staff members leaving Leeds United after Mark Jackson left Elland Road to take up the manager’s job at MK Dons last week.

Jackson was confirmed as Liam Manning’s successor at Stadium MK on 23 December, winning his first game in charge of the League One club on Boxing Day before a defeat at the hands of Peterborough on Thursday (29 December).

He’s not the only staff member to leave Leeds recently with Aaron Dagger quitting as First Team Performance Analyst to join Jackson in Milton Keynes while Michael Morton has left his academy coaching role to join York City.

In the summer, Franz Schiemer stepped back from his day-to-day assistant role at Leeds to take up a consultancy role [Training Ground Guru].

Robinson has concerns about the number of behind-the-scenes exits at Elland Road but has still backed Jackson to shine with MK Dons despite their relegation worries in League One.

“He’s a safe pair of hands, Jacko,” Robinson told MOT Leeds News.

He gets on with everybody, he knows everybody.

Jesse will have trusted him and he’ll do everything right by the club (MK Dons).

From a Leeds point of view, everybody good seems to be leaving.

You look at what they’re doing there and you question why.”

Jackson’s MK Dons dropped into the relegation zone on Thursday but they have two wins in their last three games.

Next up for them, however, is a testing trip to League One leaders Plymouth Argyle on New Year’s Day.

In other Leeds United news, this player got away with a Jack Grealish incident that was picked up by television cameras against Manchester City.