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By Tom Rostance and Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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  1. Farewell

    And with that, we bid you all farewell.

    After 380 games, countless goals and one winner - the season is done.

    Wolves and Cardiff will be with us next year - plus the winners of the play-offs of course. It's been a wonderful season full of ups and downs and it's been a pleasure to serve you all again.


  2. Are you ready for more?

    Ah man would you just look at it.

    So close you can almost taste it.



    Check out the full World Cup schedule here.

  3. Post update

    We shall see John.

    There could be a lot of managers looking for work this summer.

  4. Get Involved

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    John Eapen: It would be disappointing to see David Moyes leave West Ham. I think his efforts and results deserve at least 1 more season with the club.

  5. Can you kick it?

    Yes you can...

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    Video caption: A promo for the show 'Can You Kick It?'

    Can YOU Kick It? CBBC is searching for the UK’s best young technical footballers. If you’re aged between 10 and 14 years old and think you have got the necessary tekkers, we’d love to hear from you!

    Get in touch here.

  6. What will be will be - Allardyce on future

    West Ham 3-1 Everton


    Wayne Rooney
    Image caption: Wayne Rooney was not in the Everton squad today

    Everton manager Sam Allardyce on Wayne Rooney, who was absent after discussing a move to MLS side DC United: "All the rumours, gossip and miscalculating stories that the media are writing about what's happening between me and Wayne are absolute rubbish.

    "They will continue to make it up stories that we've had a row and he has walked out on me.

    "Let me tell you, we've handled ourselves very maturely, very professionally. Whatever happens is out of my hands, it is in the hands of the board of directors and Wayne."

    On his own future: "Whenever the board tell me what they want to do then I'll know. What will be will be. All I can say is that I came in to do what I wanted to do. The credit goes to the players."

  7. 'Players embarrassed by season'

    Southampton 0-1 Man City


    Southampton manager Mark Hughes, speaking to BBC Sport: "It has been a huge effort by everybody to stay up. It wasn't an easy situation.

    "It was a huge step what we did last Tuesday. I thought we were excellent today. I felt it was a bit hard on us. But credit to Manchester City because they are an outstanding team."

    On changes after his appointment in March: "We needed to get to the root of the problem, what was happening and what wasn’t happening.

    "First and foremost the guys just engaged. They were prepared to back what we were saying. They really put a shift in. They’re probably embarrassed by the season they've had because it's a quality squad.

    "They are desperately disappointed at being beaten today and that's a good sign."

    On his own future: "I don’t know. Clearly the club will have conversations this week. We'll have to wait and see. It's a good club."

  8. Post update

    West Ham 3-1 Everton

    Sam Allardyce has been in a remarkably cheerful mood in his post-match interviews, despite losing at former club West Ham and getting hammered (pun intended) by both sets of fans at the London Stadium.

    Probably knows he'll be on a Costa del Sol beach in a couple of days.

  9. We didn't take our chances - Allardyce

    West Ham 3-1 Everton


    Sam Allardyce

    Everton manager Sam Allardyce, speaking to BBC Sport: "It is disappointing to lose the game when the chances we missed were better than the chances they scored with.

    "But then you have to credit Adrian for being absolutely outstanding with three top-class saves.

    "All three should have gone in - that's where the difference was. I am pleased with the second half, not so pleased with the first half."

  10. Let's get ready to paaaarty!

    Southampton 0-1 Man City

    Manchester City

    Next on Manchester City's agenda? A victory parade around Manchester city centre with the Premier League trophy tomorrow.

    Here are the details...

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  11. 'Magnificent to reach 100 points'

    Southampton 0-1 Man City

    Manchester City

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola, speaking to BBC Sport: "What can I say, 100 points! We won 50 points at home and 50 away. It's massive. One hundred points is magnificent.

    "Maybe this record will be broken but it will be difficult.

    "Today was such a complicated game. It was so hard. The players suffered. Southampton are a physical team, so many people defending deep."

    On teenagers Phil Foden and Brahim Diaz earning a title medal: "Now they are champions. That is a rule of the English federation that you are not champions unless you have played five games.

    "They have been with us all season. We want to create a group. They deserve to be champions. Maybe they will now receive the medal of champions."

  12. Eighth is a good finish - Allardyce

    West Ham 3-1 Everton


    Everton manager Sam Allardyce on finishing eighth after taking over in November with the club in the Premier League relegation zone: "The players picked up the mantle immediately and started to say 'we need to get Everton out of the position we're in'.

    "I think you're there to guide them tactically and make them as fit as they possibly can be and try to give them the right direction.

    "The players' efforts from day one to now have been very good and we've been sitting in the top half for many weeks now.

    "At one stage we looked like pushing Burnley. Eighth is a good finish from where we were at the beginning."

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    Saqub: A winning end for a great manager and man. Thank you Mr Arsene Wenger for your huge contribution made to Arsenal and in football overall. Wishing you well in your future.

    Ian: When you compare Tottenham's wage structure and transfer budget to the other top six sides, a third straight champions league qualification is nothing short of a miracle.

    Stu (Hull fan): Great to see Andy Robertson grabbing his first Liverpool goal. Great talent happy to see him going from strength to strength under Klopp. Hope he gets a start in the CL final.

  14. 240 days at the top

    A lovely little graphic which really spells out just how dominant Manchester City have been.

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  15. 'A very exciting moment for this football club'

    Tottenham 5-4 Leicester

    Tottenham Hotspur


    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, speaking to Match of the Day: "In the end it is a big relief to win the game, an exciting game and to finish third is a fantastic achievement.

    "It means a lot for the club, the players and the fans. Man Utd and Man City are a different level to us. It is a fantastic achievement for us after 38 away from home.

    "From the beginning it was tough [playing home games at Wembley]. For our fans it was tough to settle here and for the players and the staff. In the end we created that feeling that Wembley was our home and at the end we feel a fantastic emotions here.

    "It was a fantastic season to finish third and guarantee the Champions League next season with the move to the new stadium it is a very exciting moment for this football club."

  16. Running down the wing...

    Liverpool 4-0 Brighton

    Salah goal

    Mohamed Salah now holds the record for most goals in a 38-game Premier League campaign, with 32 this season.

    Salah has also scored against 17 different opponents in the Premier League this season – no player has ever scored against more in a single campaign.

    The Egyptian has scored in 34 different club games in all competitions this season, at least four more than any other player in Europe’s big five leagues (Edinson Cavani, 30).

  17. Play-offs

    Shrewsbury 0-0 Charlton (Agg: 1-0)

    It's half time at the second leg of the League One play-offs and it's advantage Shrewsbury.

    You can follow that game in full over here.

  18. Post update

    Huddersfield 0-1 Arsenal

    The scene outside the players' entrance at the John Smith's Stadium is one like which awaits Justin Bieber after a concert. Kids everywhere, armed with camera phones, desperately shouting for a selfie with Arsene Wenger.

    Wenger, humble as ever, apologies to some disappointed fans as he is quickly marched through to the Arsenal team bus, stopping just before he disappears to sign one or two more autographs.

    And, after 22 years, 7895 days and 1275 games, it is finally 'Au revoir Arsene'.

  19. Today's key stat


    This is only the second time in Premier League history that two teams beginning with the letter ‘S’ have been relegated in the same season – also 1993-94 (Swindon and Sheffield United)