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Afternoon Leeds-in for 7 March: Will we see Tyler Roberts this season?

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Will we see Tyler Roberts this season?

Leeds brought in Tyler Roberts from West Bromwich Albion during the January transfer window, but he hasn’t featured for the club after injuring his shin during training. Leeds head coach Heckingbottom had no update on his status, saying:

We will know more in a couple of weeks and hopefully if I don’t hear anything else it’s because he is still progressing now. Something will only change with Tyler if he starts feeling any pain again because if his bone heals properly and he rehabs well then it will just be a steady progression all the way through.

Honestly, it doesn’t sound like we’ll see Roberts for awhile, and with the playoffs basically out of reach, it’s better he fully recovers instead of risking making any injury worse.

On to the links.

Leeds United Links

Who should stay and who should go? KC takes a look at a few of the Leeds players that might be on their way out of town. [Through It All Together]

Should Leeds start Bailey Peacock-Farrell against Wolves? It’s not as simple as you think. [Through It All Together]

England and English Football Links

Liverpool drew FC Porto 0-0 at Anfield as they saw out the second leg of their Champions League tie to advance to the quarterfinals. [BBC.com]

Reading FC and Bolton Wanderers drew 1-1 in a match that both teams would have liked to grab three points from in order to help them guarantee safety. [The Tilehurst End]

Cardiff City won to draw a few points closer to Wolverhampton at the top of the Championship table. [Sky Sports.com]

Garry Monk got the band back together and still couldn’t beat Middlesbrough in his first match in charge of Birmingham City. On his birthday. [Sky Sports.com]

World Football Links

Former Bayern Munich player and interim manager Wally Sagnol is on the board of Rush Soccer from Colorado, which owns Penn FC in Pennsylvania. Football is a global game, y’all. [Bavarian Football Works]

Real Madrid won in Paris to send PSG to an early exit in the Champions League. [Managing Madrid]

One New York Red Bulls fan discusses the lengths he went to see his team play in Costa Rica in a match that was held behind closed doors. [Once a Metro]