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Morning Leeds-in for 17 February: Forget the results, the black kit is back in stock!

Plus links for the day.

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Hey, the team can’t win on the pitch, but the away kit is back in stock!

Yes, that’s right, the club announced that the black away kit is now back in stock after the club ran out awhile back. Per the club’s official website:

Great news, our popular 2017/18 Kappa replica away kit is now back in stock, in every size for men, women and juniors!

Sales for United’s striking all black away kit have been astronomical and now once again, supporters can get their hands on the popular shirt.

So if you were wanting to get an away shirt but were disappointed to find out that the club had run out, you’re in luck.

On to the links.

Leeds United Links

Young defender Liam Kitching extends his loan spell at Harrogate Town. [Through It All Together]

If Leeds lose this weekend, it’s time to play the kids. [Through It All Together]

Kemar Roofe is fit for the match against Bristol City. Um, yay? [Yorkshire Evening Post]

England and English Football Links

Chelsea ended Hull City’s FA Cup dream by winning 4-0 at home. [BBC.com]

Four West Bromwich Albion players are in hot water after stealing a taxi in Barcelona. [BBC.com]

Sheffield United also had its FA Cup run come to an end at the hands of Leicester City. [Sky Sports]

World Football Links

A profile of former Inter Milan, AC Milan, Real Madrid, Ajax and Netherlands legend Clarence Seedorf. [Stars and Stripes FC]

In Mexico, Chivas is struggling and the manager is on thin ice. So what’s going wrong? [ESPN.com]

In MLS, an additional influx of cash into the salary cap has made the type of player that the top teams are gunning for even better, and the talent gap between MLS and LigaMX might be closing. But will it matter when teams from the two leagues play in competitive matches? [MLSsoccer.com]