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Morning Leeds-in for 13 October 2017: Saturday’s match against Reading will not be on LUTV

Plus other links for the day

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This Saturday’s match against Reading FC will not be streamed live on LUTV as international broadcasters have picked up the match. That means that you will be able to see the match on whatever EFL rights holder shows matches wherever you are located. In the United States, this means that ESPN3 (or will be be streaming the match.

Since it’s going to be available online, dodgy streams will likely appear for all your viewing needs.

Anyway, on to the links.

Leeds United Links

We did a Q & A with The Tilehurst End, the SBNation Reading FC blog ahead of Saturday’s match. [Through It All Together]

Bailey Peacock-Farrell will make the extremely short journey to York for a month as he goes on loan to National League North side York City. Seriously, it’s further to Elland Road from Thorp Arch than it is to Bootham Crescent, the York City ground. [Through It All Together]

See what Thomas Christiansen had to say at the weekly press conference. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

England and English football Links

Former Everton, Preston North End, Real Sociedad, Manchester United, and Sunderland manager David Moyes is interested in the vacant Scotland manager position. [Sky]

Sean Dyche says that Burnley are willing to play a more open brand of football, but says they’re “not Barcelona.” Um, I don’t think anyone would confuse Burnley or its football club for Barcelona, Sean. [Sky]

Manchester City Women win their Champions League match to advance to the next round. []

World Football Links

A Pennsylvania Congressman “joked” about not caring about “soccer” after the US was eliminated from the 2018 World Cup in Russia. The Brotherly Game, the Philadelphia Union fan blog at SBNation, had a response to him. [The Brotherly Game]

PSG chairman under Swiss investigation for allegedly bribing FIFA’s Jerome Valcke for BeIN Sports to land the World Cup TV rights. []

Brazilian legend Kaka will not extend his contract with Orlando City, bringing his time with the MLS team to a close. [The Mane Land]