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Morning Leeds-In for 3 November: Thomas Christiansen still has the support of Radrizzani

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Oh, jeez, the dreaded vote of confidence.

Although, to be fair, it appears that Andrea Radrizzani really does support Thomas Christiansen, and I don’t think that he is going to be hasty about sacking Christiansen. I would also hope that a plan is in place in case Christiansen does go, if for no other reason that Victor Orta and Andrea Radrizzani were kind of caught unaware when Garry Monk left for Middlesbrough. Anyway, let’s focus on the next match, okay?

Links for the day.

Leeds United Links

Brentford should have injured pair Nico Yennaris and Henrik Dalsgaard back for the game against Leeds this weekend. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

Sacking Christiansen is something Cellino would have done, so don’t do it yet. [Through It All Together]

England and English football Links

Everton lost to Lyon and ended their European adventure after four games. [Royal Blue Mersey]

Arsenal drew 0-0 with Red Star Belgrade. [The Short Fuse]

West Ham United are impossible to predict, and the ultimate Premier League Paradox. [Brace The Hammer]

World Football Links

Something is going wrong at Borussia Dortmund. [Fear The Wall]

Who is the blame for the “crisis” at Real Madrid? [Managing Madrid]

Inter Milan’s Gabriel Barbosa is coming back to Inter, but not for long. [Serpents of Madonnina]

Former Manchester United player Patrice Evra kicked a fan in the head and got sent off before Marseille’s Europa League match even started. [BBC.com]