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Morning Leeds-in for 27 January: When it comes to the new badge, everyone’s a comedian

Plus links for the day

Leeds United v Huddersfield Town - Sky Bet Championship Photo by Ryan Browne/Getty Images

Even Gaviscon got in on the fun.

So now that the outcry has calmed down and the club has come to their senses in regards to the new badge, it’s a little easier to laugh at the whole thing, right? Yeah, when even heartburn medicine is getting in on the fun, the whole thing is officially over, right?

At least the club listened to the fans, and six hours after it was launched, the new badge was binned. Hopefully everyone will like whatever it is the club will come up with.

On to the links.

Leeds United Links

Leeds are reportedly interested in signing Emi Buendía, a former Argentina u20 winger playing for Cultural Leonesa, but leaving him on loan in Spain for the rest of the year. [Through It All Together]

The Leeds match away at Fulham was picked for Sky Sports. [Through It All Together]

Episode 15 of the Mighty Whites Podcast is now available. Give it a listen. [Through It All Together]

England and English Football Links

Sheffield Wednesday manager Jos Luhukay was pleased with his forwards after the Owls beat Reading FC in the FA Cup last night. [Sheffield Telegraph]

Alexis Sanchez made his debut and Manchester United cruised past Yeovil Town 4-0 in the FA Cup. [The Busby Babe]

The Yorkshire international football team play their first match this weekend against Isle of Man in Pontefract. [The Guardian]

World Football Links

Mexico forward Erick Torres, aka “Cubo,” has left the Houston Dynamo and has signed for Pumas UNAM. [FMF State of Mind]

Espanyol played the part of sore losers by complaining about Barcelona players Gerard Piqué and Sergio Busquets. [Barca Blaugranes]

Selling “homegrown” players in MLS just got a lot lucrative, as the clubs are now able to keep 100 percent of the fee from academy players. [Sounder at Heart]