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Morning Leeds-in for 2 September 2017: The U23s get shown on LUTV

Plus World Cup Qualifiers get underway.

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One of the changes that occurred to LUTV this season was inclusion of being able to watch certain U23 and Leeds United Ladies matches this season free with a LUTV subscription.

It was nice to be able to watch some of the match (I didn’t catch all of it) and see the Leeds players of the future in action today. A lot of time, teams operate in the dark when it comes to their youth systems, but being able to watch them on the internet during an otherwise dull international break is a great change of pace from previous years when things like the Academy were seen as a burden rather than a opportunity.

Anyway, here’s hoping that everyone who tuned in was pleased to see the teams play, even if they did draw nil-nil with Colchester.

Leeds United Links

Stuart Dallas played in Northern Ireland’s 3-0 win over San Marino []

The Academy has a number of new faces this season. []

Christiansen is reportedly a fan of players that can play multiple positions, and so far the club has gone after those kind of players. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

England and English football Links

England beat Malta 4-0 but looked poor for about 80 minutes. []

Manchester City will aim to land Alexis Sanchez in the January transfer window after failing to land him this week from Arsenal. [Sky]

Wayne Rooney charged with drink driving. Maybe he should have been with England instead. [The Guardian]

World Football Links

Former President of Barcelona Agusti Benedito wants the current Barcelona President, Josep Maria Bartomeu, out along with the rest of the board. []

Artuto Vidal scored an own goal for Chile and now wants to retire. Well, that’s one way to show disappointment after losing 3-0 at home to Paraguay. [BeIN Sports]

UEFA has opened an investigation of Paris Saint-Germain for violating the Financial Fair Play regulations and LOL like it matters. [The Guardian]