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Monday cannon fodder: Tragedy in Leicester

Mourners Pay Tribute After Helicopter Crash at King Power Stadium in Leicester Photo by Stephen Pond/Getty Images

Leicester City owner among five dead in helicopter crash - BBC News
Owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha is among five people who died in a helicopter crash near the club's ground after Leicester’s game on Saturday.

Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha: the quiet man behind a sporting fairytale | Stuart James | Football | The Guardian
Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha formed a close relationship with Leicester’s players.

A Scandal In Belgrade - Howler Magazine
Red Star Belgrade has fought tooth and nail to re-establish themselves in Europe. A match-fixing scandal is threatening to undo their efforts.

Arsenal star Mesut Ozil's angry reaction after substitution 'normal' - Unai Emery
Ozil threw his mittens to the ground in disgust after being hauled off in the 68th minute, shortly after Arsenal went ahead.

Klopp says gap over Manchester City 'feels like 20 points' - Football365
Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool being top after ten games is "not really" significant.

Thai cave boys to watch Manchester United v Everton at Old Trafford - BBC Sport
The 12 children who were rescued from a cave in Thailand this year will watch Manchester United against Everton on Sunday.

Ryan Christie comes on to break Hearts and guide Celtic to League Cup final | Football | The Guardian
Celtic ensured their place in the Scottish League Cup final in a 3-0 defeat of Hearts at Murrayfield.

Luis Suárez hits hat-trick as Barcelona demolish insipid Real Madrid | Football | The Guardian
Barcelona thrashed their La Liga rivals 5-1 at the Camp Nou.

Glenn Hoddle ‘seriously ill’ after collapsing at BT Sport studios | Football | The Guardian
Glenn Hoddle has been taken to hospital after falling ill at BT Sport’s studios.

Andy Cole: ‘I apologise now to everybody for being the way I’ve been’ | Football | The Guardian
The former Manchester United and Newcastle striker tells Donald McRae about the ‘torture’ that has followed his lifesaving transplant.