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Football news for Monday, May 2, 2016.

party at jamie's house, who's bringing potato salad?
party at jamie's house, who's bringing potato salad?
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Apologies for the lateness of today's Cannon Fodder. Is everybody ready to swallow their pride and root for Chelsea today? :vomits profusely:

Silly season? Arsenal linked with two Bayern players | Daily Cannon
With a disappointing season almost over and money to spend, Arsenal could be on the verge of a big summer and the latest rumours are something to get excited about.

Arsenal chasing Celtic left-back – report | Daily Cannon

If you haven’t figured it out by now, Arsenal are probably going to sign a young left-back in the near future.

Loan watch: Debuchy, Hayden, Akpom, Zelalem all start | Daily Cannon

Arsenal’s loanees have featured less as the season has gone on but Mathieu Debuchy, Isaac Hayden, Chuba Akpom all started during the weekend.

Wenger: I won’t stay as long as Ferguson, don’t worry | Daily Cannon

Arsene Wenger has admitted that he has no desire to emulate the 26 years that Sir Alex Ferguson spent at Manchester United and will be gone from Arsenal by then.

Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend | Football | The Guardian
Claudio Ranieri flies to Italy with Leicester on verge of title, is time running out for Jack Wilshere to make Euro 2016 and will Pellegrini gamble pay off in Madrid?

How Leicester City’s five-year fairytale unfolded | Football | The Guardian
Retracing the journey that turned Sven-Goran Eriksson’s Championship strugglers into Claudio Ranieri’s Premier League title contenders – the stars, the storms and #Ostrichgate

Why Leicester City’s N’Golo Kante Deserved To Win FWA Footballer of the Year
Hot take or actually right?

Cesc Fabregas picks Mathieu Flamini & Gilberto Silva as the best midfielders he's played with - Goal.com
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Leicester striker Jamie Vardy by numbers - ESPN FC
Jamie Vardy has been voted Footballer of the Year for the 2015-16 season. Here are some of his best Premier League stats.

Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy hosting team for Tottenham match
Leicester City can win the Premier League for the first time in club history on Monday afternoon, and they will find out their fate from Jamie Vardy’s couch.