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Morning Leeds-in for 19 September 2017: Christiansen denies injury crisis in defence

Plus get ready for another midweek match in the League Cup

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This is good news.

Thomas Christiansen said today that the injury to Jansson is “nothing serious” and is likely to play on the weekend against Ipswich Town. He also insisted that while Cooper also will not play against Burnley, that their is enough cover at central defence with Matthew Pennington looking to return to the lineup for the first time since the opening fixture of the season away at Bolton Wanderers. Cameron Borthwick-Jackson and Conor Shaughnessy may also feature at CB tonight.

Anyway, here are the links of the day. Check back for more coverage of the Burnley match tonight at Turf Moor.

Leeds United Links

Stuart Dallas expects the team to wash the bad taste of the Millwall loss out of their mouth with a good showing against Burnley. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

Mighty Whites Podcast is all new! Give it a listen. [Through It All Together]

Leeds United Academy is having open trials for players in school years 11 and under this October. [Leeds United.com]

England and English football Links

Sunderland might be going into administration, and here’s what they’d be facing. [Roker Report]

The dream is dead. Julio Baptista leaves Bolton Wanderers after trial without a deal. [Lion of Vienna Suite]

A preview of Round Three in the League, er, Carabao Cup [Sky Sports]

World Football Links

Andre Blake of the Philadelphia Union could be on his way over to England, but Jamaica’s FIFA ranking appears to be a stumbling block. [The Brotherly Game]

The LA Galaxy in MLS grow their own food. [LA Times]

A Genoa player’s dad wept with joy as his teenage son scored twice against Lazio. [FourFourTwo.com]