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News and links for Wednesday, May 4, 2016.

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yesterday was a good day
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Cazorla hopes to be involved against Manchester City | Daily Cannon
Returning with an assist during his 60 minute appearance for Arsenal u21s on Tuesday evening, Santi Cazorla is relieved to be back.

Watch: Arsenal players take on latest Cooper Tires challenge | Daily Cannon
As if the first and second Cooper Tires challenges weren’t enough, three Arsenal stars have taken on an even trickier set.

No football writers vote for Mesut Ozil in Player of the Year | Daily Cannon

When it comes to awards, I’m not overly sure why we let football writers give them out.

Why a Women's Club World Cup is a must | Unusual Efforts

If FIFA’s goal is to grow participation and provide equal opportunity to women, implementing the same competitions available to men is necessary.

The 4-4-2 era in MLS is coming to an end | Unusual Efforts

As teams search for success, Major League Soccer looks to be turning the page, shifting its tactics from a narrow 4-4-2 to embrace different formations.

The Thai billionaire whose gamble on Leicester just paid off | Football | The Guardian
Secretive and media-shy, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha has risen to the top almost as fast as the Foxes

Premier League news: Fans pile bets on Burnley to win title - Goal.com

Uh. That isn't how it works, guys.

'Southampton can emulate Leicester and win the Premier League' - Goal.com

I can't wait to be seeing this about ever team in the Premier League over the next year. No, really. I am so excited. /s

The most exciting UEFA Champions League away goal victories, presented by Nissan - Goal.com

Atletico Madrid stunned Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday to add their name to the list of famous wins on the road

Ranieri won’t sign superstars to strengthen Leicester squad – ProSoccerTalk

Claudio Ranieri is sticking with Leicester's title-winning blueprint and said the club won't be in the market for expensive talent.