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The 2012-13 Premier League season is to go down in history for two things -Manchester United's record 20th title and the retirement of Alex Ferguson.
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Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas insists the club must splash the cash in the summer and has made Porto midfielder Joao Moutinho his No.1 target.
Spurs have to keep Gareth Bale. He's scored 21 goals this season and nine from outside the box, the highest total of long range goals in Europe's top leagues.
Arsenal travel to Newcastle on Sunday knowing that a win will take them into next season's Champions League, while Spurs need a win and a bit of luck.
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Phew! Well after all that excitement we're off to lie down in a darkened room, thanking the footballing gods that no more goals can go in now as my keyboard now resembles a smoking pile of ash.
Our reporters are at all the top flight grounds around the country so you won't miss a thing as Arsenal and Spurs battle it out for the Champions League spot David Luiz gets himself out of position as he tries to intercept and a smart interchange between Naysmith and Victor Anichebe, leaving Gary Cahill for did, is finished with control and ... (more)
At 6pm on Sunday, one north London giant will be in the top four and the Champions League next season.
The Manchester United boss and Tottenham midfielder have been rewarded for record-breaking campaigns with the Manager of the Year and Player of the Year accolades Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson and Tottenham midfielder Gareth Bale have been named Barclays Manager and Player of the Year respectively.
Tottenham Hotspurs is confident that winger Gareth Bale will agree to stay on at the club at 170,000-pounds-a week deal, as Real Madrid and Manchester United eye the in-demand triple Player of the Year.
As there's little of tangible note to play for elsewhere, this edition of Big Weekend simply focuses on the scrap for the Champions League, and who it matters to more... There will be some emotional goodbyes at Old Trafford and Goodison Park, but the real stuff takes place at the bottom of the table.
Andros Townsend's superb statistics while at QPR mark him out as a player to watch for England Under-21s, writes WhoScored's Ali Tweedale.
Swansea City star Michu made up for his PFA awards snub by cleaning up at the Swans' annual prize-giving last night.
As Chelsea 's players and fans celebrate in Amsterdam following their late, dramatic victory against Benfica, Bleacher Report looks ahead to next year's final and predicts the teams who could battle it out for the 2013-14 Europa League.