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Morning Leeds-in for 5 October 2017: Seven Leeds players set to take on the world

Four players are in the senior squads, while three join up with their nation’s young squads.

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It’s international break time everyone, so that means that Leeds players will be off seeking glory for their country, as important World Cup Qualifying matches are coming up later this week over the weekend.

Good luck to the four players set for senior appearances; Liam Cooper for Scotland, Gjanni Alioski for Macedonia, Eunan O’Kane for Republic of Ireland, and Stuart Dallas for Northern Ireland. In addition to those four, three Leeds players will join up with youth squads, with Conor Shaughnessy joining the Republic of Irelands U21 team, Oliver Sarkic, who is on loan from Benfica, will link up with the Montenegro U21s, and Jay-Roy Grot is part of the Netherlands U20 side.

Good luck everyone!

Here are the links.

Leeds United Links

The Guardian included Leeds United’s Kun Temenuzhkov on its list of top 60 players born in the year 2000. [Through It All Together]

England and English football Links

Leicester City loses appeal on the status of the transfer of Adrien Silva. [NBC Soccer Talk]

The Premier League will not vote to change how the television money is distributed. []

Some Arsenal fans are stuck in 1985, forgetting that the Premier League is now a global brand. [The Short Fuse]

Chelsea Women won 1-0 over Bayern Munich Women in the Women’s Champion League round of 32. []

FiveThirtyEight thinks that Crystal Palace have a chance to stay in the Premier League. And here everyone thinks that Americans are getting better at understanding football. []

World Football Links

Argentina, Uruguay, and Paraguay are looking to launch a joint bid for the 2030 World Cup. []

Oh for crying out loud. Russia has added seats OUTSIDE of a stadium to satisfy FIFA requirements. []

Bavarian Football Works breaks down the candidates to replace Carlo Ancelotti at Bayern Munich [Bavarian Football Works]