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Morning Leeds-in for 18 September 2017: Leeds United Ladies lose a heartbreaker to Barnsley

Plus more links to enjoy with your morning tea

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The Leeds United Ladies played their first match at Garforth Town against Barnsley FC Ladies yesterday.

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]