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Morning Leeds-in for 22 September 2017: Leeds United have almost entire roster fit and able to play

Only striker Caleb Ekuban is out injured for the Ipswich Town match on Saturday

Despite Price Rises The British Love Of A Cup Of Tea Endures Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Finally, some good news on the injury front.

Thomas Christiansen has said that Caleb Ekuban, who is recovering from a broken foot, will be the only Leeds player that will be unavailable for selection this weekend against Ipswich Town. This is great news after the central defence has been tested for a number weeks with injuries to three of the four players. With almost an entire roster to choose from, Christiansen again has a happy head-ache of who which in-form player to select.

On to the links.

Leeds United Links

Conor Shaughnessy signed a new four-year deal that keeps him at Leeds United. [Through It All Together]

Did Hadi Sacko save his Leeds career in the Burnley match? [Through It All Together]

Leeds United and fans raised £10,000 for the Gary Speed Charity Trust [Leeds United.com]

England and English football Links

Diego Costa is going back to Atlético Madrid from Chelsea. [We Ain’t Got No History]

Chelsea and Manchester City are facing FIFA investigations into their signings of youth players. [BBC.com]

The sudden sacking of Mark Sampson over an issue that the FA was aware of for literally years has (predictably) raised new questions about the organization. [BBC.com]

World Football Links

Sporting Kansas City won the 104th US Open Cup on Wednesday night over the New York Red Bulls. [The Blue Testament]

Tab Ramos appears to be the favorite to replace Bruce Arena as US Men’s National team coach. [Stars and Stripes FC]

Believe it or not, this is a big deal in DC. Celebrity chef José Andrés has confirmed that pupusas will be served at D.C. United’s new stadium. Imagine no pies at a football match and you’ll have an idea of what this means to the DC fans. [Black & Red United]