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Morning Leeds-in for 20 December: Pontus Jansson is Pawel Cibicki’s biggest fan

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Pawel Cibicki has always had at least one fan at the club.

The other former Malmo FF player on the squad, Pontus Jansson, said that he always knew how good Cibicki would be for Leeds and he’s excited that other people are getting to see just how good the Polish (now Swedish) player can be.

Cibicki has looked great in the past two matches after coming on for Caleb Ekuban against Queens Park Rangers. He got his first start last weekend against Norwich City, and while many people (including myself, I’m sorry to say) had pretty much written him off, he’s grabbed his chance at the first team at the club with both hands and looks for an extended run in the side.

Does this mean that Mateusz Klich will get a sudden run in the team? I have no idea. Stranger things have happened.

On to the links.

Leeds United Links

A update on the Leeds players out on loan from the official website. [Leeds United.com]

Leeds United’s Kalvin Phillips thinks that the club can catch Wolverhampton in the table. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

England and English football links

Leicester City lost to Manchester City on penalties in the quarterfinals of the Carabao Cup. [Fosse Posse]

Arsenal beat West Ham United 1-0 in the other League Cup quarterfinal played last night. [The Short Fuse]

Manchester City is the toast of the Premier League right now by getting all of their transfers right. [SB Nation]

World Football Links

The Philadelphia Union might need players for the upcoming MLS season, but they need coaches, training, and scouting staff more. [The Brotherly Game]

A look back at an Apertura to forget for Liga MX’s UNAM Pumas. [FMF State of Mind]

Kaká was full of grace during his career and was grateful for every moment on the pitch. [SB Nation]

Nashville seems to have sealed its fate as the next MLS expansion team. [SB Nation]