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Morning Leeds-in for 8 October 2017: International Break continues for Leeds United players

Plus results from non-League matches on Non-League Day!

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

So no Jansson, no problem as Sweden coast past Luxembourg 8-0, putting the Netherlands on the brink of elimination, and making Dick Advocaat look like a fool.

Stuart Dallas and Northern Ireland have a big match against Norway today as well. So the international break carries on, and so good luck to the Leeds players who are playing for their national teams.

Also, hope everyone took advantage of Non-League day and took in a match of local, non-league football.

Leeds United Links

We took a look at what declaring Elland Road an Asset of Community Value means for the club and the fans. [Through It All Together]

England and English football Links

It’s non league day, so here some results of local non-league teams.

Frank Mulhern scored a penalty deep into stoppage time to snatch a point for Guiseley on the road at Maidstone United. []

Bradford Park Avenue drew at home with Kidderminster []

Thackley AFC lost at home to Staveley Miners Welfare 1-0 and Garforth Town beat Parkgate 1-2 on the road. []

Harrogate Town defeated Curzon Ashton by the score of 2-1 in Ashton-under-Lyne. []

York City won 2-1 at home over Brackley Town. []

World Football Links

Neymar complained about the “inhuman” conditions in Bolivia. It’s called “altitude” Neymar, and it’s a competitive advantage for the Bolivians, so buckle up, buttercup. []

MLS decided to make up the rules as they go along and failed to dock points to FC Dallas for fielding an ineligible player against Orlando City SC, despite clear precedent for doing so elsewhere in the world. [The Mane Land]

In happier news, Orlando City is hosting a friendly against the Puerto Rico national team for Hurricane Relief. [Orlando City]