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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

Phil Hay from the Yorkshire Evening Post did a nice interview with Kemar Roofe. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

Mike Thornton from Leeds Fans Utd has a good post explaining some of the FFP rules and how the youth system and the deal with Cultural Leonesa are a good deal for the club [www.mikethornton.xyz]

On 3 August 1957, someone even bigger than Neymar switched countries to pursue a bigger payday and glory. John Charles left Leeds United for Juventus [TheSportsman]

England and English football Links

England lost to The Netherlands at the Women’s Euro 2017 last night. [BBC.com]

Everton win to go to the playoff round of the Europa League. A look at who they might face. [Royal Blue Mersey]

The Championship kicks off tonight night when Sunderland hosts Derby County [BBC.com]

World Football Links

More fallout from the Neymar move to PSG. It got crazy, yo. [Sky Sports]

Did Neymar burn Barcelona like Luis Figo did years ago? [SBNation]

England Women weren’t the only women’s team in action. Denmark beat Austria on penalties. [BBC.com]

The US Women’s National Team took on Japan earlier this morning (BST) and won 3-0 [Stars and Stripes FC]