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Morning Leeds-in for 20 October: Leeds will host a beamback of the League Cup match against Leicester City

Plus more links of the day

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Leeds United have announced another beamback, this time hosting a viewing of the League Cup clash against Leicester City.

These have been successful in the past, as this will give a chance for fans to see the match with a few thousand of their fellow fans, and will also allow people to see the match without resorting to a dodgy stream on their laptop at home.

As usual, the price is reasonable and there will be food and drink specials all night. Space isn’t unlimited, so if you plan on going, book your tickets soon.

On to the links of the day.

Leeds United Links

Luke Ayling signs new 4-year deal. [Through It All Together]

Toby Nye’s brother, Ollie, will lead Leeds United out against Sheffield United on “One Day for Toby” to raise money for treatments for Toby. [Leeds]

England and English football Links

So yeah, Everton played Lyon at home last night, and things did not go well for the blue half of Merseyside. [Royal Blue Mersey]

Arsenal beat Red Star Belgrade for the first time it the London club’s history. [The Short Fuse]

World Football Links

A Philadelphia Union blog explains why everyone should care about the Columbus Crew SC’s potential move. [The Brotherly Game]

The Seattle Sounders blog, Sounder at Heart, compares the Crew’s move with the extremely unpopular move of Seattle’s NBA team, the Sonics. The Sonics became the Oklahoma City Thunder. [Sounder At Heart]

The SB Nation Atlanta United blog explains how MLS player sales work. It’s bound to make your head hurt, so be warned. [Dirty South Soccer]

Edin Dzeko is tearing up Serie A, and AS Roma fans couldn’t be happier about it. [Chiesa Di Totti]

Club América beat Chivas in the biggest match in Mexico football. [FMF State of Mind]