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Morning Leeds-in for 10 November: Tyler Roberts looking forward to going back to West Brom

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Tyler Roberts sounded excited to be going back to West Brom, even though it is as an opposing player.

Roberts told the club’s official website:

How are you feeling going back to West Brom?

I’m excited, obviously, it’s going to be a bit strange being back at the club that I grew up, but I want to get the win, and I’m hungry to score a goal.

Is there a lot of people behind the scenes from your time?

Yeah, obviously there’s still a lot of Academy staff, Darren Moore is the manager who was my U23s manager, so a lot of people I know are still there, it’ll be nice to see them, but it’s not a time for friends. It’s a rivalry.

Of course, Roberts isn’t the only one who will be seeing old friends, as a lot of Leeds players will be seeing Kyle Bartley as well.

Anyway, no friends for 90 minutes today, right?

On to the links.

Leeds United Links

Preview of today’s match against West Bromwich Albion. [Through It All Together]

Loan report. [Through It All Together]

Tom Pearce appears to be injured. [Through It All Together]

England and English Football Links

Sheffield United drew 0-0 with Sheffield Wednesday. [BBC.com]

FIFA is reportedly investigating Manchester City for third-party ownership violations. [BBC.com]

World Football Links

The Portland Timbers outlasted the Seattle Sounders in penalties, advancing in the MLS playoffs after extra time. [Stumptown Footy]

Mexico U20s bounced back a beat Granada 8-0 in the Concacaf Championship. [FMF State of Mind]

AC Milan midfielder Lucas Biglia will be out for four months after undergoing surgery to repair a torn calf muscle. [AC Milan Offside]

Additionally, Mateo Musacchio will be out for six to eight weeks, adding to Milan’s injury woes. [AC Milan Offside]