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Your news from around the footballing world for Monday, April 11, 2016.

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The Week in Arsenal: "Pathetic capitulations" haunt the Gunners again | FourFourTwo
The week in five words: Typical Arsenal, blowing it again.

Why Arsenal Should Not Sell Jack Wilshere This Summer | Bleacher Report
Well, here's something to talk about at least.

Leicester City and the strange finances behind their rise to the Premier League pinnacle | Football | The Guardian
The Football League is still investigating Leicester City’s 2013-14 promotion season, amid strong concerns from other clubs they may have cheated financial fair play rules.

Wakey-wakey! Stumbling Barcelona give slumbering La Liga new lease of life | Sid Lowe | Football | The Guardian
Barça’s one point from nine has perked up Atlético and Real Madrid’s title chances while attention was centred on the Champions League.

Chelsea feature: Better than Mourinho or Hiddink? Football Manager predicts Conte's first season - Goal.com
/DANAGO'D

Jose Mourinho still confident of Man United job - sources - ESPN FC
Get out your popcorn.

The MLS Wrap: Nigel de Jong's latest horror tackle sparks outrage, brings back bad memories - Goal.com
Hey, did you know that Jigel de Jong is a butthead? Because, well, that's still a thing.

Route one: 75-yard goal disallowed by referee in Ukrainian Premier League – video | Football | The Guardian
Dnipro goalkeeper Jan Laštůvka scores a 75-yard strike against Zorya Luhansk on Sunday, which was disallowed by officials after they spotted a foul while the ball was in flight. Still fun to watch, though.

Watch: USWNT’s Julie Johnston scores twice in 3–0 win over Colombia | SI.com
U.S. women’s national team defender Julie Johnston scored twice in her team’s 3–0 friendly win over Columbia on Sunday.

Julie Johnston brace leads USWNT to win over Colombia | Soccer By Ives
Julie Johnston led the way with a brace as the U.S. Women's National Team cruised past Colombia again on Sunday.

Also, this game comes out soon and I basically can't stop watching this awesome trailer for the game, which is essentially a short animated film.