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Morning Leeds-In for 16 November: Leeds to host beamback for Wolverhampton match

Another away match, another beamback hosted at Elland Road

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Well, these are getting predictable, aren’t they?

Leeds United announced yesterday that the club would, once again, be hosting a beamback at Elland Road. This time, the club will be showing the 22 November midweek match against Wolverhampton at Elland Road, where you can hang out with a few hundred other Leeds fans and root on the Whites as the travel to the Black Country for a match against Wolves.

So head on down if you get a chance, grab a pint or two, and cheer on Leeds. Still better than listening on the radio or trying to find a dodgy stream online. Of course, overseas fans will be able to view the match via LUTV, but don’t worry local fans, I’m sure the feed will crash at least once or twice.

On to the links.

Leeds United Links

York City and Leeds made the Ryan Edmondson transfer official yesterday, and York City made it sound like they wanted to work with Leeds more often in the future. [Through It All Together]

Leeds United is planning a mosaic display using cards and flags to show “Together” before the match against Middlesbrough. [Through It All Together]

Angus Kinnear, the Managing Director of Leeds United, has come out in support of Thomas Christiansen in an interview with Phil Hay of the Yorkshire Evening Post. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

England and English football Links

Arsenal is opening a viewing area at the Emirates Stadium for children with sensory challenges like autism. [The Short Fuse]

The SBNation Southampton blog takes a look at what “English” football means. [St. Mary’s Musings]

Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp missed training yesterday after feeling ill and going to hospital. According to unconfirmed reports from Glasgow, Brendan Rodgers was heard saying “At least I never did that!” [The Liverpool Offside]

World Football Links

Australia have qualified for the World Cup after beating Honduras. [BBC.com]

Peru beat New Zealand 2-0 to seal the final World Cup spot. [ESPNFC.com]

City of Columbus representatives met with Columbus Crew SC and MLS brass to try and come up with a way to keep the Crew in Columbus. It did not go well. [Massive Report]