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Morning Leeds-in for 25 November: Lasogga and Dallas both injured for Barnsley clash

Good thing we bought all those strikers and wingers.

Historic Night For London Underground As Trains Run through The Night Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images

Pierre-Michel Lasogga and Stuart Dallas are ruled out of the Barnsley match later today.

Leeds will be missing their “star” striker Lasogga and Northern Ireland winger Dallas as the club head south to take on Barnsley at Oakwell in what should be a fairly testy derby match. Lasogga missing his third match in a row is starting to cause some concern. It’s very unfortunate that Dallas is ruled out, since he really deserves a good run in the team after his performances this season. At this point, I’d even consider playing Dallas at left back because the rest of them have been terrible up to now. It’s bad that Dallas is out. Dunno about Lasogga.

Anyway, on to the links.

Leeds United Links

Match Preview of the Barnsley FC match coming up this afternoon. [Through It All Together]

Rumours linking Jack Colback to Leeds United don’t make a ton of sense. [Through It All Together]

Paul Heckingbottom, who is from South Yorkshire and grew up a Barnsley fan, is looking forward to putting one over on Leeds, giving a added spice to the Yorkshire derby. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

England and English football Links

West Ham United and Leicester City drew 1-1 at the London Stadium as David Moyes still searches for his first win as manager of West Ham. [Fosse Posse]

Former West Ham manager Slaven Bilić turned down a chance to speak with West Bromwich Albion about their manager vacancy. [BBC.com]

England women beat Bosnia 4-0 in World Cup qualifying. [BBC.com]

World Football Links

The Liguilla match between Cruz Azul and Club América ended scorless, despite Club América playing 60+ minutes down a man, extra-time with nine men, and having a penalty in the first half that was saved by Cruz Azul goalkeeper José “Chuy” Corona. [FMF State of Mind]

Rangers FC lost their second match in a row, this time to bottom of the table Dundee. Maybe Pedro Caixinha wasn’t the problem. [BBC.com]

A short guide on how teams can use “Targeted Allocation Money” in MLS. [Dirty South Soccer]