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Morning Leeds-In for 19 November: Kalvin Phillips talks about leadership and cake

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Kalvin Phillips said that the Leeds team has a number of leaders and the key to beating Middlesbrough is working hard and scoring goals.

Kalvin Phillips gave an interview with BBC Leeds, and he spoke about some of the topics facing the club before the match against Boro. Everyone has been talking about him saying that he can’t eat chocolate cake after Sunday dinner, but it’s still a decent interview, even if Phillips doesn’t stray very far from the usual athlete clichés about hard work and the like.

Anyway, on to the links.

Leeds United Links

Match Preview for today’s Leeds match against Middlesbrough. [Through It All Together]

Samu Saiz wins Leeds United player of the month award, as if there was any competition for it. [Through It All Together]

England and English football Links

Arsenal beat Tottenham in the North London Derby for the first time since 2014. [The Short Fuse]

After saying that West Bromwich Albion wouldn’t find a better manager than him, Tony Pulis now concedes that his future as a WBA manager is out of his hands. [Sky Sports.com]

Take a look at the League Two goals that happened Saturday. [Sky Sports.com]

A round-up of Saturday’s results in the National League, including a 3-2 loss for Guiseley AFC to Dagenham & Redbridge. [Nationalleague.org.uk]

World Football Links

PSG beat Nantes 4-1 as they continue to roll over their opposition in Ligue 1. [BBC.com]

Real Madrid drew 0-0 with Atlético Madrid in the Madrileño derby. [Managing Madrid]

Hamilton Academical won at Ibrox over Rangers FC for the first time since 1926. [BBC.com]