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12 May 2016
Rejoice, it’s that time of year when the domestic game goes gaga! Richard Edwards honours the heroes, villains and, er, terriers from the Football League’s grand finale...
12 May 2016
Claudio Ranieri has consigned his Tinkerman tag to history by defying all expectations this season, so, Richard Edwards asks, is this the beginning of a new era of settlement?
11 May 2016
The ex-Brighton and Sunderland boss left AEK Athens last month, but he's not been out of the game for long. Tim Stannard reports on that, and a muddled final weekend...
11 May 2016
The Englishman struggled under Brendan Rodgers and his inability to last a match became notorious, but he’s now thriving under Jurgen Klopp against all expectations, writes Alex Hess… 
10 May 2016
Liverpool's achievements in 1986 were special for various reasons – not only did they beat their local rivals to both prizes, but recovered from a serious points deficit too. Sam Drury takes you through the ride...
10 May 2016
Priya Ramesh offers an insight into Holland's new No.9 – and the man catching the eye of some of Europe's biggest boys...
10 May 2016
Vince Taylor, of Groundtastic, reflects on the 112-year history of east London’s iconic ground that’s set for its last-ever match on Tuesday night...
9 May 2016
The Foxes hoisted aloft their Premier League trophy on Saturday, potentially paving the way for a new era in England's top flight. Alex Hess explores whether the division's newfound competitiveness is here to stay...
9 May 2016
The Andalusians can count on the support of about 750 million Real Madrid fans when they take on Barcelona next week. The Big Two have one game left to duke it out, writes Tim Stannard...
9 May 2016
Arsene Wenger's men may not be functioning properly but at least they can count on the impact of players like the resurgent Olivier Giroud and Alexis Sanchez, writes Andrew Mangan...

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