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Morning Leeds-in for 6 June: Leeds fans are on the road again next season

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The annual “how far will Leeds fans have to travel this season” article is out, and with the addition of Swansea City, and the subtraction of Barnsley FC, Leeds fans will once again have to put in the miles to travel.

Besides the Yorkshire Derbies against Sheffield Wednesday, Sheffield United, and Rotherham United, the shortest journey for Leeds fans will be to Bolton Wanderers, even shorter than the distance to Hull City or Middlesbrough. Obviously the journey to Swansea will be the longest.

Anyway, prepare to once again spend the money to see Leeds on the road this season. I’d say take the train to avoid the petrol costs, but given the train “service” these days, you’d probably have to leave a week before the match to make sure you’d get there on time.

On to the links.

Leeds United Links

Leeds are reportedly interested in David Stockdale, but with Bailey Peacock-Farrell establishing himself, is Stockdale even needed? [Through It All Together]

A look at what fans can expect from a Marcelo Bielsa coached Leeds team. [Golazo Argentina]

Season Grade for Gaetano Berardi. [Through It All Together]

England and English Football Links

Fulham’s Ryan Fredricks switches West London for East London as he signed a deal with West Ham United. [Brace the Hammer]

Manchester United made a deal for Shakhtar Donetsk’s Fred. [Sky Sports]

A round-up of the mess that is Aston Villa right now. [7500 to Holte]

World Football Links

The Philadelphia Union put five past the Richmond Kickers in route to a 5-0 home victory in the US Open Cup. [Brotherly Game]

Five lessons to be learned from AC Milan’s season. [AC Milan Offside]

A closer look at Mexico legend Chicharito’s origin. [FMF State of Mind]