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Morning Leeds-in for 8 September 2017: Leeds United looks to break the international break “curse”

Plus the Premier League decided to break with everyone else on the summer transfer window

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

The international break is over, and the Championship is back on tonight, with Derby taking on Hull City at Pride Park.

Leeds looks to break the “curse” of the international break, as the team hasn’t won a match coming out of the break for years. Hopefully a new coach with a new philosophy and a new team will break the “curse”.

Anyway, here are the links.

Leeds United Links

Fresh from Malmo, Pawel Cibicki looks to follow Jansson’s example. If he’s even half of the player that Jansson is, he’ll be a legend. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

Jay-Roy Grot is also adjusting to life at Leeds very well. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

England and English football Links

The Premier League has voted to close the transfer window for Premier League teams to the Thursday before the season starts. [The Short Fuse]

Sky Sports takes a look at the potential drawbacks to having the English window close before the rest of Europe. [Sky Sports]

FourFourTwo takes a good look at the massive amount of money being spent in the Championship. []

World Football Links

A number of key players, including Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero, could miss time from their club teams because of the World Cup qualifying playoffs []

Oh FFS. FIFA investigating German Ultras for Nazi chants during Germany’s match against the Czech Republic last Friday. [Bavarian Football Works]

Ever wondered how MLS teams are brought into the league? Well, this is America, so money does the talking and sporting merits have little to nothing to do with it. Anyway, check out this ranking of all of the cities that may or may not get a team in MLS. [The Blue Testament]

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, CEO of Bayern Munich, said that FFP needs reformed and that the DFL might need to revisit the “50+1” rule of club ownership. [Bavarian Football Works]