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Morning Leeds-in for 15 February: Elland Road hosts Carlton Palmer for a book signing

Former Leeds, Wednesday, West Brom, Southampton, and England midfielder will be signing his book Saturday 17 Feb at Elland Road plus links for the day.

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Carlton Palmer will be having a book signing at the club shop at Elland Road.

Former West Bromwich Albion, Sheffield Wednesday, Leeds, and England midfielder Carlton Palmer will be signing his book, It Is What It Is: The Carlton Palmer Story Saturday, 17 February 2018 at the club shop at Elland Road starting at 10 AM.

In addition to his time in the top flight with Leeds and Wednesday, Palmer was also a player manager at Stockport County, and he also spent time at Nottingham Forest, Coventry City, Watford FC and Southampton. He even suited up for a match while manager at Mansfield Town and also made a “guest” appearance for Staveley Miners Welfare in 2013.

With no Leeds match on Saturday, there will be plenty of time to head down at check out the book signing and get a chance to meet Palmer.

On to the links.

Leeds United Links

Over 10,000 tickets to the Selby-Warrington fight at Elland Road have already been sold. [Leeds]

Tyler Roberts is injured and set to miss an extended period of time. How about the club invest in a state-of-the-art medical and training staff? [Through It All Together]

Adam Forshaw is looking forward to the televised match-up between Leeds and Bristol City. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

England and English Football Links

Liverpool put their shooting boots on and blanked FC Porto 5-0 in Champions League action. [The Liverpool Offside]

Fulham’s January decisions have kept their promotion dream alive. [The Guardian]

A look at current Aston Villa player, and former Cheslea captain, John Terry’s options at the end of the season. [7500 to Holte]

World Football Links

Despite being a club legend and leading AC Milan to a great record so far as manager, Gennaro Gattuso is the lowest paid manager in Serie A. [AC Milan Offside]

Real Madrid beat PSG 3-1 in Madrid as the Spanish giants opened up a lead in their knockout round of the Champions League. [Managing Madrid]

Pumas UNAM has had a remarkable turn around in the Clausura season, already ahead of their point total from the Apetura with 11 (!) games remaining. []