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Morning Leeds-in for 29 September 2017: Matthew Pennington gets chance against Sheffield Wednesday

Everton loanee looks to start in place of Leeds captain Liam Cooper after Cooper saw red against Cardiff City

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It looks like Matthew Pennington will get a chance to replace Liam Cooper at CB against Sheffield Wednesday on Sunday.

We noted when he signed for Leeds that Pennington started, and scored a goal, in a Merseyside Derby against Liverpool for Everton, so he’s going to be used to the pressure that comes in big matches. He’s been cool under pressure so far this season, and he showed why many tipped him to be first choice alongside Pontus Jansson instead of Cooper before he was injured against Bolton Wanderers during the first match of the season.

Anyway, more about the Sheffield Wednesday match in the preview, so read it when it gets published later today.

On to the links.

Leeds United Links

Thomas Christiansen thinks that his players will respond to the Cardiff loss by performing well against Sheffield Wednesday. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

Ronaldo Vieira was called up to the England U20s. [TheFA.com]

A quick look at the other Leeds players called up to their national teams. [Through It All Together]

England and English football Links

Mo Marley is set to be named interim manager of the England Women’s national football team. [BBC.com]

Fabian Delph and Fraser Forester named to the latest England squad. [BBC.com]

Everton drew at home against 10-man Apollon Limassol after giving up a late equalizer. For Koeman’s sake, I hope he’s renting. [Royal Blue Mersey]

World Football Links

Former Republic of Ireland striker Kevin Doyle, who was playing for the Colorado Rapids in MLS, has retired because of repeated headaches caused by heading the ball. [Burgundy Wave]

MLS expansion team Atlanta United confirmed their place in the MLS playoffs, in their first year of play, after their win over the Philadelphia Union. [Dirty South Soccer]

Carlo Ancelotti is no longer the manager at Bayern Munich. [Bavarian Football Works]