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Morning Leeds-in for 24 March: Leeds announce Player of the Year Awards details

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Leeds United announced their end of the season awards ceremony date and time.

The night will include, per the club’s official website:

On Friday May 4th 2018 Leeds United will host the annual end of season dinner in the Gowing Law Centenary Pavilion.

This is our most prestigious event of the year, where we will welcome players of past, and of course, present.

We will be presenting the awards for Goal of the Season, Player of the Year, Young Player of the Year, Leeds Ladies Player of the Year, Players Player, Bobby Collins Achievement Award and the Lifetime Achievement Award.

On the night we will also unveil the 10 players who will make up the Bremner XI, who each will have legend stones created that will form part of Bremner Square.

The night will set you back £60, so be sure to start saving up now.

On to the links.

Leeds United Links

Samu Saiz is set to miss more time. [Through It All Together]

Paul Heckingbottom needs to start winning matches if he wants to be taken seriously. [Through It All Together]

The U23s beat Cardiff City behind a sparkling effort from Jack Clarke. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

England and English Football Links

England beat the Netherlands 1-0 in a friendly match. [BBC.com]

Part three of how the Stadium of Light came to replace Roker Park in Sunderland. [Roker Report]

Former England Women manager and all-around creepy guy Mark Sampson has been banned three matches by UEFA for verbally abusing an official. [BBC.com]

World Football Links

New players, same result. Argentina beat a new-look Italy team 2-0. [Football-Italia.net]

Hey Radrizzani, forget Aspire. Look into this. AC Milan CEO Marco Fassone is reportedly in London looking for new investors. [Football-Italia.net]

Costa Rica, who will face England at Elland Road in June, beat Scotland at Hampden Park. [Sky Sports]