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Morning Leeds-in for 8 December: Leeds United remember a legend

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Historic Night For London Underground As Trains Run through The Night Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images

RIP Billy Bremner.

Leeds United Links

Alan Clarke remembers Billy Bremner, the greatest Leeds player of all time. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

The Newport County v Leeds United FA Cup match has been moved to Sunday, 7 January at noon and will be televised on BBC Wales. [Through It All Together]

Leeds have reportedly tabled an offer for a Portuguese defender who plays for Sporting Clube de Portugal. [Through It All Together]

England and English football Links

Turns out those reports of knives and the lot at the Brighton & Hove Albion v Crystal Palace match were a little premature. Imagine that, the police saying that football fans are all violent criminals before all the facts are in. [BBC.com]

Dulwich Hamlet, a non-League team in London, is facing the prospect of being locked out of their own home ground due to a legal dispute with a property developer. [The Independent]

Arsenal LGBT+ supporters group Gay Gunners is raising awareness of fan inclusion at Arsenal. [The Short Fuse]

Leicester City is just an ordinary, average club. [Fosse Posse]

World Football Links

Oh, snap! The State of Ohio’s Attorney General’s office is reviewing to see if Anthony Precourt, the owner of the Columbus Crew SC, has violated Ohio law by threatening to move the team. Ohio passed a law prohibiting sports teams from moving if the team had received public tax dollars in funding or any other financial benefit from local government in the building or operation of the team’s stadium. [Govdelivery.com]

Do you stream football games online? If you’re a Leeds fan in the US, or ever plan on visiting the US or have any internet traffic that goes through the US, the “Net Neutrality” issue will affect you. [Stars & Stripes FC]