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Morning Leeds-in for 12 October 2017: Lasogga wins September player of the month award

The big German wins after scoring three times in five matches

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

Well, at least this time the club has announced the winner of the “player of the month” award in a much more timely fashion.

Pierre-Michel Lasogga was announced as the winner of the “player of the month award,” and after scoring twice on his debut, who could blame anyone for choosing him. He’s scored three goals in five games for the Whites, and everyone hopes that his form continues into October.

Here are the links.

Leeds United Links

Listen to the latest Mighty Whites Podcast. [Through It All Together]

Leeds think that moving on from Thorp Arch is vital to progress, but it’s not going to be easy. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

Huddersfield Town’s Scott Malone is rumored to be linked with Leeds United. I mean, sure, why not. Get ready for half the left-backs in the Premier League and the Championship to be linked with a move to Elland Road in the next two months. [Through It All Together]

England and English football Links

England is through to the Round of 16 at the Under-17 World Cup in India. [BBC.com]

Paul Scholes was interviewed for the vacant manager’s job at Oldham Athletic. [BBC.com]

Chelsea Ladies advance in the Women’s Champions League despite losing 2-1 to Bayern Munich. [BBC.com]

World Football Links

American fans shouldn’t have taken the US football team’s World Cup qualification for granted. Plenty of American football teams come and go with barely a whimper, so why shouldn’t the US football team fold like a house of cards, when fans mean absolutely nothing to the powers-that-be in the United States. [Angels On Parade]

Remember that Atlanta United fan who said he’d get a tattoo if his Jeff Larentowicz tweet was retweeted a whole bunch of times? He paid up. [Dirty South Soccer]

The Pakistani football team has been suspended by FIFA because of “third party interference.” [Indepedent.co.uk]