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Morning Leeds-in for 11 October 2017: Lewie Coyle's star is burning brightly at Fleetwood Town

21 year-old right-back will be pushing for a place in the first team very soon.

Despite Price Rises The British Love Of A Cup Of Tea Endures Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

At least one on-loan player for Leeds is getting some attention.

Lewie Coyle has played a big part in the success at Fleetwood Town so far this season, and has been voted man of the match by fans on a couple of occasions. The 21-year old right back is stuck behind Luke Ayling and Gaetano Berardi at the club, but with the perfomances he’s been having at Fleetwood, he might force his way into the first team sooner rather than later. Now the question is, can he play left back?

Links of the day.

Leeds United Links

The Leeds Council and the club are in talks on how to redevelop some of the area around Elland Road and construct a new training ground to replace Thorp Arch. [Through It All Together]

The Leeds United Ladies host Hull City Ladies at Garforth Town tonight. The prices are very reasonable, and it’s a chance to see some live football that isn’t boring internationals. [Through It All Together]

Leeds United continues its links with Oxford United, as their head scout, Craig Dean, is set to be named as Head of Emerging Talent at Leeds. [Through It All Together]

England and English football Links

Roker Report had good take on how the England football team should deal with the expectations that will accompany the team in Russia. [Roker Report]

World Football Links

The United States failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup after losing to Trinidad & Tobago last night. [The Brotherly Game]

Having already qualified, Mexico didn’t care about the result and lost to Honduras, which meant that Honduras qualified for a playoff against Australia for the opporunity to go to the 2018 World Cup. [FMF State of Mind]

Panama qualified for the World Cup with a win over Costa Rica, with an apparent “phantom goal” counting. []

Argentina did qualify, meaning that Lionel Messi will appear at the World Cup, much to the delight of international sponsors who want his face to appear alongside a ton of merchandise next summer. [Sky]

Arjen Robben retires from international football after the Netherlands fail to qualify for the World Cup, despite a win over Sweden. []