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Live Reporting

Harry Poole

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  1. Get Involved - pitch invasions


    Motown Wanderer: It’s time that the FA imposed severe sanctions on clubs who’s fans encroach onto the pitch and intimidate or injure managers & players & security staff. A points deduction or relegation would be the best way.

  2. BreakingDortmund sack Rose

    Borussia Dortmund have sacked Marco Rose after one season in charge.

    Former Borussia Monchengladbach boss Rose led Dortmund to a second-place finish in the Bundesliga this term, finishing eight points behind champions Bayern Munich.

    View more on twitter
  3. Pitch invasion trouble

    Here's a reminder of what's happened this week following pitch invasions following Premier League and play-off matches:

    Everton fans invade the pitch
  4. Get Involved - your standout final day moments


    Benjamin Starkie: Final day stories don’t come any better than Jonas Gutierrez returning from chemotherapy to keep Newcastle in the league with the second in a 2-0 win. Not a dry eye in the house.

  5. Everton fans put through wringer again

    Everton 3-2 Crystal Palace

    Alistair Magowan

    BBC Sport

    There have been many memorable matches at Goodison Park this season. Who can forget Alex Iwobi's 97th-minute winner after a protestor tied himself to a post and Allan was sent off?

    What about Richarlison's last-minute equaliser against Leicester? Or Jordan Pickford's wonder saves in the 1-0 win against Chelsea?

    It has been an emotional rollercoaster for Everton fans, but at half-time last night, 2-0 down to Crystal Palace, the club's 68-year stay in the top flight was under serious threat.

    The comeback was barely believable, but Dele Alli had a huge part to play in turning things around. And when Dominic Calvert-Lewin headed in the winner, it was understandable that supporters should get so excited. It was incredible to witness even as an impartial reporter.

    But invading the pitch after that goal clearly crossed a line, with many fans booing the dozens that did. At the final whistle thousands poured onto the pitch in a spontaneous act of celebration and relief after a tough season.

    Everton boss Frank Lampard said he had no issue with the pitch invasion itself so long as fans behave. Unfortunately, at least one fan did not, as we have seen with the altercation with Palace boss Patrick Vieira. That has now resulted in a police and FA investigation.

  6. Get Involved - pitch invasions


    We'll be off to Manchester City, Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester United, West Ham and Leeds United among the rest of today's manager press conferences this afternoon.

    Let's plenty to discuss before the final day, and do keep your standout final day moments coming in to #bbcfootball.

    But I also want to hear your thoughts on pitch invasions, following several incidents in the past week.

    We've heard Norwich boss Dean Smith say they are "wrong", while Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp described them as dangerous.

    But what do you think?

  7. Post update

    And that's all from Eddie Howe.

    In case you're just joining us, you can scroll down this page to read what Howe, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, and Norwich manager Dean Smith have had to say before their final games.

    Sit tight. Another 11 managers still to come...

  8. 'Targett is an integral part of this squad'

    Burnley v Newcastle (Sun, 16:00 BST)

    Newcastle United

    Eddie Howe on the future of Matt Targett, who is on loan from Aston Villa: "I view him as an integral member of the squad.

    "His attitude, conduct, performances and consistency have been of the highest level. I really like him."

  9. Get Involved - your standout final day moments


    SMS Message: My standout final day moment would be Boro beating Man City 8-1. We felt like it was the beginning of another great era. Unfortunately Afonso Alves turned out to be a flop and we were relegated the season after. from Rob
  10. 'I want my squad to be ambitious'

    Burnley v Newcastle (Sun, 16:00 BST)

    Newcastle United

    On the summer transfer window and preparing for next season, Newcastle manager Eddie Howe said: "I've got half an eye on the summer & preparing & planning to make that summer as cohesive as we can & try & get everything organised, but we've a game to play.

    "I want my squad to be confident, ambitious.

    "They have to believe in big things and we have to set targets internally.

    "We also have to manage the expectation around the team. We don't want them to play under an unnecessary burden and pressure."

  11. 'That's the highest standard we have reached'

    Burnley v Newcastle (Sun, 16:00 BST)

    Newcastle United

    Eddie Howe on his side’s 2-0 victory against Arsenal on Monday: "I think in terms of performance that's the highest standard we've reached.

    "That will be the marker we judge ourselves against now, knowing we're capable of delivering that.

    "We have to get close to those levels, if not surpass them, on a consistent basis."

    On Sunday’s game against Burnley: "I respect Burnley and know the position they're in but we have a job to do.

    "We represent Newcastle and we're proud to do that.

    "An opportunity to finish in the top ten shouldn't be underestimated so we'll give our all to try and achieve that."

  12. Get Involved - your standout final day moments


    Wayne Ellis: Final day highlight has to be Agueroooooo, but Michael Thomas’s last minute title winner at Anfield isn’t far behind.

  13. Newcastle team news

    Burnley v Newcastle (Sun, 16:00 BST)

    Newcastle United

    Here’s some team news from Eddie Howe ahead of their trip to Burnley.

    On Fabian Schar, who was forced off after clashing heads with Arsenal’s Eddie Nketiah on Monday: "We're following concussion protocols.

    “He may be doing something outside today but we're following the protocols closely so it'll be a late decision on him."

    On Chris Wood: "We're going to try him today in training. We don't think it's a serious injury so fingers crossed we see him in training today."

  14. Post update

    Burnley v Newcastle (Sunday, 16:00 BST)

    That's all from Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp.

    Next, it's over to Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe.

    His side travel to Burnley, who will be fighting for their Premier League survival.

    Eddie Howe
  15. 'Origi is a Liverpool legend'

    Liverpool v Wolves (Sunday, 16:00 BST)


    Jurgen Klopp also spoke about striker Divock Origi, who is set to leave Anfield this summer.

    "I expect Div to get a special reception or farewell. He is a Liverpool legend. He is one of the most important players I've ever had," Klopp said.

    "He was and is a pure joy to work with. It's not ever yet but he deserves all the good thoughts we can generate somehow for his future. Wherever he will go we will be successful.

    "It will be hard. I remember so many things when I think about Div that are incredible. Goals, ups and downs. He is a Liverpool legend no doubt."

  16. 'Pitch invasions are dangerous'

    Liverpool v Wolves (Sunday, 16:00 BST)


    Asked about pitch invasions following several incidents this week, including at Goodison Park on Thursday Klopp said:

    "It could have been dangerous. I'm not sure how you avoid that.

    "I don't want to judge. I understand emotions but for the other team it's massively uncomfortable.

    "I really hope we learn from that. We should make sure absolutely nothing happens. People threaten themselves by jumping over.

    "We can celebrate things without threatening ourselves and the opponent."

  17. 'Congratulations to Everton'

    Liverpool v Wolves (Sunday, 16:00 BST)


    Jurgen Klopp has also congratulated Everton on securing Premier League survival following their comeback win over Crystal Palace yesterday.

    "Congrats by the ay for Everton for staying in the league," Klopp said.

    "But [Crystal Palace] are a good example that everyone plays to win.

    "Aston Villa will play to win. It is a difficult place to go [Manchester City]. I am not concerned about that game. It's disrespectful to Wolves. They will come here and want to win."

  18. 'Gerrard will take it seriously'

    Liverpool v Wolves (Sunday, 16:00 BST)


    On Steven Gerrard potentially helping Liverpool secure the title, Jurgen Klopp said:

    "If I could play a game to help Dortmund or Mainz it would mean for me an extra motivation.

    "But I'm not playing and Stevie isn't playing. It is a shame that Stevie is not playing more than I am not playing.

    "We're all human beings. Stevie will take it seriously without me calling him or whatever. Probably the rest of the club has done already, but I didn't."

  19. 'Salah looks good but doesn't want to take risks'

    Liverpool v Wolves (Sunday, 16:00 BST)


    First up, team news.

    "Joe Gomez has good news. We wanted a second scan. [It is] just a knock," Jurgen Klopp said.

    On the status of Mohamed Salah, Vigil van Dijk and Fabinho, he added:

    "The rest of the boys look all good, what we do for the weekend, I don't know yet.

    "Mo doesn't want to take any risks, no doubt about that but it looks good.

    "My solution is they can play at the weekend or at least be on the bench. If not, we take it from there. I cannot say 100 percent."

  20. Post update

    Liverpool v Wolves (Sunday, 16:00 BST)


    Here's Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.

    The Carabao Cup and the FA Cup are in the bag. His side are one point behind Manchester City going into the final round of Premier League games, with a Champions League final to come next weekend.

    Will his side be lining up for that final in Paris with three trophies secured?

    It's not in their hands, but Aston Villa boss and ex-Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard could offer a helping hand at Etihad Stadium...