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Morning Leeds-in for 27 February: Radrizzani attempts transparency and almost pulls it off

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Andrea Radrizzani, Victor Orta, and Angus Kinnear answered (pre-selected) questions from fans yesterday.

And as much as I was disappointed to not see any answers about the links to Qatar and Aspire Academy, or the lack of a live Q&A, given the previous regime’s attempts at these kinds of things, or what happened in Crewe where journalists who printed negative, although true things about the club, were forbidden from attending the meeting between their chairman and the fans, it is good to see the club even attempting some transparency. It wasn’t perfect, but it’s better than the alternative.

Still think they should have talked about Qatar.

On to the links.

Leeds United Links

Does the return of Samu Saiz mean that Leeds will go back to the 4-2-3-1? [Through It All Together]

Leeds held a “Q&A” with Radrizzani, Orta, and Kinnear. It didn’t shed any new light on any important issues at the club. [Through It All Together]

Orta did say that the club were in “discussions” about offering a new contract to Pablo Hernandez. [Through It All Together]

England and English Football Links

An Everton fan compares watching his football club under Sam Allardyce to watching curling during the Olympics. [Royal Blue Mersey]

Where did it all go wrong for Arsenal in the League Cup final against Manchester City? [The Short Fuse]

Crewe Alexandria chairman John Bowler declined to comment on the issue of the relationship between the club and convicted child predator Barry Bennell. [The Guardian]

World Football Links

One of the quirks of MLS in the United States is that all of the new kits are released at all about the same time and they’re all designed by the same company. Here, a fan of Orlando City SC grades all of new kits that were put out this year. [The Mane Land]

A round of last weekend’s games in Liga MX. [FMF State of Mind]

A look at how Patrick Cutrone and Gennaro Gattuso have changed the fortunes for AC Milan. [The Guardian]