Good Morning Everyone Pontus Jansson has withdrawn from the Swedish squad to face Turkey and Russia after picking up a foot injury in the second half of the Baggies game. He joins Berardi and Ayling on the treatment table (both not expected back until the New Year). To make matters worse Tom Pearce has posted an instagram picture of him in a protective boot/ I'm no doctor, but I will place my reputation on the line and say its a foot injury!!! They join long term absentees Izzy Brown and Patrick Bamford. How on earth can Bielsa say “We are the team with the least injuries in the Championship?” Fifteen Championship clubs are threatening a breakaway from the Football League over their objections to a planned new TV deal with Sky. The League called a special meeting for the 24 second tier clubs, after which the 15 biggest clubs decided to threaten a breakaway if they did not get a better deal. The League have now given the Championship clubs until 4pm next Monday to reconsider their position. Currently, Championship clubs receive £2.3 million each from Sky per season and a share of facility fees totalling £10.8 million depending on their number of TV appearances. Under the new five-year deal, expected to be worth £119 million a season across the Football League’s 72 clubs, the Championship clubs would receive £2.95 million each and a share of the appearance fees pot of £17.7 million. One Football League chairman was quoted as saying:- “I am not completely sure what the agenda of these 15 clubs is but their bullying tactics beggars belief,” one Football League chairman said. “They are certainly not interested in the wider good of the Football League clubs, only their own situations. “I am told that the Premier League are not interested in linking up with them and I’m not sure how any new stand-alone league would work. “What these clubs don’t seem to be taking into account is that 35 per cent of the Sky money is for the Carabao Cup and they won’t be eligible for that. “What should have happened is that the League should have told these clubs to get lost, as the League One and Two clubs could vote this deal through anyway, but I think they preferred to keep everybody happy, talk it over, and this is the result. “Hopefully, these clubs will see that their plan is not going to work and the deal will be concluded.” Is Bielsa's honeymoon period over? The Leeds Utd social media boo boys have started to lay into the Argentine following his tactical substitutions at the Hawthorns at the weekend. I must admit taking off Roofe, Douglas and Klich was a little strange, but surely - in Bielsa we trust? Or do we?