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Cannon Fodder News and Links: Elneny, Campbell, Falcao

News and links from the footballing world for Thursday, April 28, 2016.

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Campbell: English football is just as I expected | Daily Cannon
Arsenal forward Joel Campbell hasn’t featured much recently but has impressed fans during this season, his first in England.

Elneny: Wenger has made me better | Daily Cannon
Mohamed Elneny has revealed that Arsene Wenger told him to shoot less, confirming what many of us already knew – the Arsenal boss isn’t a fan of shots from range.

Report: Alli accepts FA’s violent conduct charge – ProSoccerTalk
England midfielder set to miss the rest of the season.

How Are Arsenal Going To Solve Their No. 2 Problem?
WHO DOES NUMBER TWO WORK FOR!? Yeah, I'm twelve. It's fine.

Liverpool’s Mamadou Sakho suspended for 30 days over doping violation | Football | The Guardian
Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho has been suspended for 30 days after Uefa opened disciplinary proceedings against him following a doping violation, European football’s governing body has announced

Revealing The Strange Reality of Manchester City’s Improbable European Success This Season
I'm sure some of you will enjoy this piece but can we please just laugh at its contention that "There’s something about Champions League football which makes it impervious to pure wealth" considering the finalists in the past, what, 5 or so years?

Patrick Vieira: Frank Lampard progressing, but still no timetable for return -
Oh hey it's almost like overpaying to sign over-the-hill Premier League rejects isn't a viable strategy for building a successful club in a tough, physical league!

Copa Centenario news: United States at the same level as 'classic' South American nations, says Radamel Falcao -
"The 30-year-old has tipped Jurgen Klinsmann's side to capitalise on their World Cup experience and match the likes of Brazil and Argentina at this summer's Copa Centenario." Hahahahaha, what?