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Morning Leeds-in for 14 October: Caleb Ekuban is nearing his return from injury

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Caleb Ekuban, the forgotten man in all of the striker drama surrounding Chris Wood’s departure, is looking to start training again as he recovers from a broken foot he suffered in the match against Sunderland.

Also, international fans, don’t forget that the Reading match will NOT be on LUTV. Americans, head on over to WatchESPN.com to see the match.

Leeds United Links

The Leeds United U23s beat Crewe 1-0 yesterday. [Leeds United.com]

Check out our preview of today’s Leeds United- Reading FC match. [Through It All Together]

England and English football Links

Bristol City was held at home to a 0-0 draw by Burton Albion. [BBC.com]

Cardiff City lost on the road to Birmingham City 1-0. [BBC.com]

Sunderland might be for sale. No, really, like maybe for real this time. [Roker Report]

World Football Links

Bruce Arena out as United States men’s national team manager. Least surprising “news” ever. [Stars and Stripes FC]

Portland Thorns FC will take on the Orlando Pride in the NWSL championship match, today at 4.30 PM Eastern time, 21.30 BST, in Orlando [Stumptown Footy]

Remember when New York City FC had to find a new venue for a match earlier this season and went to Hartford, CT? They’re on the road again, but this time they’ll be playing at CitiField, home of the New York Mets, arch-rivals of their team’s co-owners, the New York Yankees. [Hudson River Blue]

AC Milan’s new Chinese ownership group is in serious financial trouble. [The AC Milan Offside]