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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 10:12 UK time, Tuesday, 15 May 2012

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image description Neville makes the England team...

That's the coaching team. Gary Neville has joined Roy Hodgson's coaching staff, signing a four-year-contract with the Football Association.

Is it a good appointment? Join the debate on our Facebook and Twitter.
image description Could he bring back some of the old boys?

As the news of Gary Neville's appointment is announced, there are cries for Paul Scholes to return for England. I wonder if Gary and Roy have been looking at another of Gary's ex-team-mate?

Especially after a signature free-kick this weekend.
image description Celebrating with Kompany

The Manchester City squad had a day they will remember forever yesterday when they clinched the Premier League title. It's a shame they had a night that they won't remember

by the looks of some of Vincent Kompany's Tweets.
image description Shower of success

Shakhtar Donetsk manager Mircea Lucescu didn't look too happy despite his side wrapping up the Ukrainian domestic title with a 3-0 win over Oleksandria.

Maybe it was something to do with the way his players celebrated with him?
image description Post-season diet

Despite the season only just finishing, the Newcastle players have already begun their well-earned rest by letting their hair down with a team night out. It seems like one player has already got on the cakes.

Sammy Ameobi gave us a glimpse into Mike Williamson's post-season diet.
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