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News and links from the footballing world for Tuesday, May 3, 2016.

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How the world saw Leicester City's Premier League title triumph – in pictures | Football | The Guardian
A selection of newspaper front pages from across Europe and around the world, featuring Leicester City’s Premier League glory

Drinkwater: Leicester title is mad, bonkers - Goal.com
The Foxes midfielder concedes he can scarcely believe the club's Premier League success, but insists that the club are here to stay and will now push on.

VIDEO: Claudio Ranieri’s best moments, quotes this season – ProSoccerTalk
The charismatic Italian boss has masterminded the greatest upset in sporting history.

After Leicester win the Premier League an unforgettable party begins - ESPN FC
It was the night Leicester's dream came true. Iain Macintosh was once again present as history was made.

Witnesses claim Fàbregas sparked Stamford Bridge brawl | | The Times & The Sunday Times

What a quality individual.

Tottenham Transfer News: £100M Dele Alli Vow Made Amid Real Madrid Rumours | Bleacher Report

Tottenham Hotspur's hierarchy have reportedly vowed to keep their star players at the club over the summer and insisted that not even a £100 million bid could tempt them to sell Dele Alli. <=== idiots

Tottenham’s Danny Rose apologises for setting bad example in Chelsea draw | Football | The Guardian

It was a pretty pathetic, petulant display from Pigeon Basketball FC last night. They deserved all the Crying Jordans they got.

Bangkok temple now a venerated site for Leicester City fans

Tucked in the Chinatown area of Bangkok is a Buddhist temple that has turned overnight into a venerated site for Leicester City's fans, at least the ones in Thailand.

Dreams can come true: Leicester wins English soccer title | Associated Press

Leicester City players crowded around a television inside the house of teammate Jamie Vardy, locked arm in arm, watching the action 100 miles away. And when the final whistle blew at Stamford Bridge, they raised their arms in triumph. One of the greatest sporting achievements in English history was complete.

Burnley inspired by the Leicester story but no one is getting ahead of themselves | Paul Wilson | Football | The Guardian

Burnley, in common with everyone else, will be searching for the next N’Golo Kanté or Riyad Mahrez during the summer, but Sean Dyche’s instinct is to keep the club’s feet on the ground as they prepare for the Premier League again