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Morning Leeds-in for 10 January: Half-season tickets still available

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Elland Road Stadium, Leeds, West Yorkshire, 2007 Photo by English Heritage/Heritage Images/Getty Images

Half-season tickets are still available.

Leeds have extended their deadline for half-season tickets. The club said that they sold over 1,000 half-season tickets already, and now have extended the deadline to include the final 10 matches of the season at Elland Road. The club has also adjusted the price, as the original deal included the match against Nottingham Forest, which has already passed.

Good move? Perhaps, if the demand is there. Leeds have the highest attendance in the Championship, so this gives some fans an opportunity to get a bit of a deal on the final 10 home games, rather than pay the single-game ticket prices, which are a bit expensive.

Anyway, on to the links.

Leeds United Links

Leeds United Ladies Olivia Smart does a Q & A with the official website. [Leeds United.com]

10 facts about Yosuke Ideguchi. [Leeds United.com]

Pontus Jansson is up for a fan award. [Through It All Together]

England and English Football Links

Bristol City lost 2-1 to Manchester City in the first leg of their League Cup semi-final, despite taking an early lead. [BBC.com]

The Mayor of Liverpool has followed through on his rant on Twitter and gone to the police in regards to Ross Barkley’s cut-price transfer to Chelsea from Everton. I guess he’s got some time on his hands. [Royal Blue Mersey]

Newcastle United’s Peter Beardsley takes “leave” as the club investigates claims of racism and bullying. [The Guardian]

World Football Links

Former Derby County, Fulham, West Bromwich Albion, Orlando City, Vancouver Whitecaps, and Houston Dynamo midfielder Giles Barnes has left MLS to join Club Leon in LigaMX. [Futbol 20.com]

Bethlehem Steel, the affiliate USL team for the Philadelphia Union, sign former top MLS draft pick and Jamaica international Omar Holness. [Brotherly Game]

The Daily Mail claimed that MLS team Sporting Kansas City were interested in Celtic FC striker Leigh Griffiths. Only problem is with that rumour is that Sporting KC literally can’t spend that much money on a transfer, much less his wages. [The Blue Testament]