Cardiff City eye former Manchester City youth academy starlet, Leeds United set to drop fan's favourite, Derby County captain Richard Keogh sidelined for 15 months - Championship rumours

Ex-France manager Raymond Domenech has branded Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa's style of football as 'impossible', claiming that his counter-pressing strategy isn't suited to his current crop of players.
Ex-France manager Raymond Domenech has branded Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa's style of football as 'impossible', claiming that his counter-pressing strategy isn't suited to his current crop of players.
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Here is today's round-up of cases from around the Championship today.

Cardiff City are said to be keeping tabs on former Manchester City youth academy starlet Curtis Anderson, who is currently on the books at USL Championship side Charlotte Independence. (The 72)

Sheffield Wednesday scouts are said to have overseen Benfica's 1-0 win over Vitoria Setuba last weekend, as the club continue to formulate plans for future transfer windows. (Sport Witness)

Ex-France manager Raymond Domenech has branded Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa's style of football as 'impossible', claiming that his counter-pressing strategy isn't suited to his current crop of players. (Sport Witness)

Leeds United are reportedly set to drop fan's favourite Ezgjan Alioski, despite their manager not being prone to rotation, and may look to start Barry Douglas instead against West Brom. (Football Insider)

Birmingham City manager Pep Clotet has revealed new signing Josh McEachran still has work to do to regain full match fitness, after the ex-Chelsea man joined on a free agent deal. (Birmingham Mail)

Huddersfield Town manager Danny Cowley has revealed he may look to loan out either Joel Coleman or Ryan Schofield in January, as he looks to secure his backup 'keepers first team football. (Hull Examiner)

Derby County captain Richard Keogh could be sidelined for as long as 15 months with a knee injury, after being involved in the drink-driving car crash that saw two of his teammates arrested. (BBC Sport)

Swansea City manager Steve Cooper has showered Charlton Athletic boss Lee Bowyer with praise ahead of their match on Tuesday evening, and has urged his side to head into the game with the right mentality. (Wales Online)