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Morning Leeds-In for 4 November: Caleb Ekuban trains after returning from injury

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Caleb Ekuban appears to be getting better, and while he’s been ruled out of today’s match against Brentford, it won’t be long until he’s available to go. Does he get to be the starter at striker? Doubtfully, but maybe he’ll be the first striker off the bench instead of Jay-Roy Grot, who, despite his size, doesn’t play like a striker. Maybe Ekuban can give Leeds a better option off the bench.

Anyway, on to the links.

Leeds United Links

Match Preview of today’s match against Brentford. [Through It All Together]

The Leeds matches on Boxing Day against Burton Albion and New Year’s Day against Nottingham Forest will be shown on Sky. [Through It All Together]

Leeds have raised £150k of their £200k goal for Toby Nye, the young Leeds fan who is ill with a rare childhood cancer. [Through It All Together]

England and English football Links

Roker Report reached out to nine former Sunderland players to get their opinions on who should be the next manager at the Stadium of Light. [Roker Report]

Everyone seems miserable at Manchester United. Well, of course they are, they play for the wrong colour rose. [The Busby Babe]

Wolverhampton is four points clear at the top of the table in the Championship after defeating Fulham last night 2-0 at home. [BBC.com]

Bristol City’s Bailey Wright has been banned for simulation after his actions got Fulham’s Aboubakar Kamara sent off in their last match. It’s almost as if the club had it coming after claiming that a player had a broken nose, who, you know, didn’t. [BBC.com]

World Football Links

Brandon Miller, who is an excellent USL goalkeeper by the way, has started his own business while playing for the Harrisburg City Islanders. [The Brotherly Game]

Juan Agudelo is a striker who never plays at striker. Why not? [The Bent Musket]