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Cannon Fodder News and Links: New week, same Arsenal

All the news for Monday, April 18, 2016.

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Wenger is the question Arsenal fans need answering | Unusual Efforts
Football fans tend to display an "us vs. them" mentality, but at Arsenal, supporters are divided amongst themselves.

Arsenal 1-1 Crystal Palace: A season encapsulated in a moment - Arseblog ... an Arsenal blog
Pretty spot on.

Leicester City’s Real MVP: The Referee - WSJ
The Foxes’ remarkable run to the brink of an English Premier League championship has been fueled by an inordinate number of penalty kicks. (Side note - the WSJ knows what soccer is?)

Women's pro soccer sees reason for optimism, 15 years on | Football | The Guardian
The crowd was smaller, and there was no bald eagle swooping down to the field this time, but 15 years after its professional debut, the US women’s league is going to places it’s never been before

Player focus: Koscielny and Gabriel partnership doesn’t work | Daily Cannon

Watch: Zelalem scores then shushes Celtic fans as Rangers win derby | Daily Cannon
Coming off the bench in a Scottish cup semi-final and his first Old Firm Derby, Gedion Zelalem would’ve been excused had the occasion bugged him a little.

Thierry Henry: Petr Cech is brave to talk to the press | Daily Cannon

Thierry Henry described Petr Cech as ‘brave’ after he faced the press following our 1-1 draw against Crystal Palace.

Wenger: I’m responsible | Daily Cannon

Another lead surrendered on Sunday, Arsenal fans met the 1-1 draw against Crystal Palace with muted disappointment.

Disharmony at FC United of Manchester escalates as board member quits | Football | The Guardian
I don't know why but I find the whole FC United of Manchester thing fascinating.

Pep Guardiola announcement hampered Man City - Pellegrini - ESPN FC
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini believes the club's decision to announce the appointment of Pep Guardiola could have cost them the title.

The Serie A title race is done, the real battle is down at the bottom | Paolo Bandini | Football | The Guardian
Napoli’s hopes of catching Juventus at the top are over but the minnows Carpi and Frosinone are both battling for unlikely survival

EXTRA TIME: PSV fan presses charges against referee after controversial Ajax penalty -
A PSV supporter is pressing charges on a referee and the KNVB over a penalty decision in Ajax's 2-2 draw with Utrecht.

Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action | Football | The Guardian
Newcastle look united under the captaincy of Moussa Sissoko and how many Aston Villa players deserve a move in the summer?