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Morning Leeds-in

Enjoy some reading from around the world of football while you enjoy some tea

Despite Price Rises The British Love Of A Cup Of Tea Endures Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

We’re starting a daily links article with some stories about Leeds United, English football, and football in general. Feel free to share some links in the comments if you stumble across any good reading that you think anyone else would be interested in reading.

Leeds United Links

Victor Orta is “delighted” with the new signing of Ouasim Bouy and the loan to Cultural Leonesa is to provide “first team football to reach the level he will need to be at to compete for a place in our team” which has to the most ringing endorsement for a 23 year old player as I can recall. [leedsunited.com]

Our very own Jack Robshaw broke down the big BBC interview with Andrea Radrizzani. Give it a read. [Through It All Together]

Lowfields Wall artwork set to display four midfielders from the 1992 title team. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

England and English football Links

England women’s national team keeper Karen Bardsley played with a broken leg against France for 14 minutes. Tell me again how “play like a girl” is an insult. [SBNation]

BBC.com is doing a poll for top Premier League Goal from 1992-97 and some misguided people didn’t vote for Tony Yeboah or Rodney Wallace. Go vote for one of them. [BBC.com]

The Football League has changed TV providers for Americans from BeIN Sport to ESPN. Of course, there is absolutely no information about what those changes mean to people who wish to watch those games that start this weekend. Stay tuned. [7500toHolte]

World Football Links

Celtic FC go through to Champions League play-offs after beating Rosenborg [Skysports.com]

Nice beat Ajax and some other results of the Champions League playoffs from yesterday [Skysports.com]

Real Madrid beat the MLS All-Stars on penalties in a friendly in Chicago. Yes, even in exhibition matches, Americans need a winner and can’t deal with a draw [The Brotherly Game]

Neymar is going to PSG from Barcelona. Perhaps you’ve heard. He’s set to make an obscene amount of money in Paris. [BBC.com]

PSG isn’t violating FFP rules, yet. Of course, with the way those “rules” are enforced, UEFA will just change them when it looks like PSG might get dinged and everyone will be happy, right? [SBNation]

Bonus: Leo Messi said goodbye to Neymar on Instagram. I’m not crying, you’re crying.