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Morning Leeds-In for 6 November: Could Felix Wiedwald be in for a return to the starting XI?

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So Lee Sobot had the talking points from the weekend that was Leeds United football.

The point he brings up about Andy Lonergan opening the door back open for Felix Wiedwald isn’t a bad one. After all, while Wiedwald had been poor, Lonergan wasn’t supposed to be brought in to be a starting goalkeeper, something that was made painfully obvious on Saturday.

So could the German return between the pipes after the international break?

At this point, I wouldn’t blame TC either way. I’d see if Wiedwald can manage to get his groove back, otherwise I’d start dialing some numbers for a deal in January.

On to the links.

Leeds United Links

Leeds United reportedly interested in a January move for Hearts midfielder Harry Cochrane. He’s not a left-back or goalkeeper, so colour me unimpressed. [Through It All Together]

Christiansen “vows to fight” through the club’s current poor run of form. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

England and English football Links

Manchester City cruised past Arsenal 3-1. [Bitter and Blue]

Everton came from behind to beat Watford FC. [Royal Blue Mersey]

Tottenham Hotspur beat Crystal Palace 1-0. [Cartilage Free Captain]

Sunderland lurched to a 1-0 loss against Middlesbrough. [Roker Report]

World Football Links

Toronto FC squeaks by the New York Red Bulls to the Eastern Conference finals in MLS. [Waking The Red]

Earnie Stewart, the GM of the Philadelphia Union insists that the team improved. Don’t believe him. [The Brotherly Game]

Columbus Crew SC still have the dream alive after defeating New York City FC 4-3 on aggregate. The Crew made it interesting, losing the second leg at NYC 2-0, but had enough to advance. They will face rivals Toronto for the right to go to the MLS finals. [MLS Soccer.net]