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Morning Leeds-In for 28 December: Leeds are making a habit of winning away

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Leeds are making a habit of winning away.

One of things you learn about football is the importance of winning at home and trying to at least grab a draw on the road. Win points at home, it is said, and try not to lose when you go away. Leeds, however, are turning that advice a bit on its head this year, as the team has won seven matches away from home and has grabbed 21 points away, third most in the division.

The home atmosphere at Elland Road should help propel the team to well-fought victories at home, but grabbing a number of points on the road will be critical if the club is to challenge for the automatic promotion spots this season or stay in the playoff places.

Anyway, on to the links.

Leeds United Links

Aleksandar Prijovic, a Serbian striker who plays for PAOK in the Greek Super League, is latest player to be linked with a move to Leeds United. [Through It All Together]

Birmingham City manager Steve Cotterill sounds upset with his squad. In his defense, Harry Redknapp put it together and the team doesn’t sound very functional right now. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

Samu Saiz looks to be fit for the match against Birmingham City on Saturday. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

England and English Football Links

Manchester City won again, making it 18 matches in a row, this time beating Newcastle United 1-0. [Bitter and Blue]

Liverpool announced that Virgil Van Dijk will join them from Southampton for a reported fee of £75 million. [The Liverpool Offside]

Former Middlesbrough manager Garry Monk said he was “surprised” to be sacked. Oh, whatever, snake. [BBC.com]

Roker Report takes a look at the “Taboo” of homophobia in football as it relates to the cash cow that is the World Cup. [Roker Report]

World Football Links

Heart of Midlothian and Hibernian drew 0-0 at Tynecastle. [BBC.com]

AC Milan beat city rivals Inter Milan in the latest derby match between the two teams coming in the Italian Cup yesterday night. [The AC Milan Offside]