The Leeds United Ladies played their first match at Garforth Town against Barnsley FC Ladies yesterday.
This is how the squad lines up for today's game against Barnsley. #ALAW pic.twitter.com/RaDGJzNEis— Leeds United Ladies (@LeedsUtdLadies) September 17, 2017
Full time at Garforth Town and Leeds go down to tough defeat. Full time result Leeds 3 Barnsley 4— Leeds United Ladies (@LeedsUtdLadies) September 17, 2017
Leeds United Ladies lead the match late, but Barnsely FC Ladies were able to score two late goals to record their first win of the season. It’s a tough loss, but it’s still something to build on.
The links of the day.
Leeds United Links
Millwall manager Neil Harris thought that win against Leeds United was a “just result.” [Yorkshire Evening Post]
Press rumours have Leeds linked with an Argentine playing for Cultural Leonesa. [Through It All Together]
England and English football Links
Rotherham United’s Jonson Clarke-Harris was reportedly racially abused by a fan at Bradford City. [BBC.com]
Harry Redknapp claims he would have taken Birmingham City up to the Premier League in two years. Whatever. [Sky Sports.com]
World Football Links
A rundown of the 10 silliest names for professional football teams in the US. [FourFourTwo.com]
Ousmane Dembele, Neymar’s replacement at Barcelona, was injured and faces up to four months out. Ouch. [BBC.com]
Celtic FC manager Brendan Rodgers thinks that Rangers FC must win the title to be successful. That’s great, but what do the people at Rangers think about that? [Sky Sports.com]
Waterford was promoted to the SSE Airtricity Premier Division in the Republic of Ireland. [RTE]
The Danish women’s national football team is on strike for better pay, and so the men’s team has offered to chip in and help pay them. [BBC.com]