A strange weekend of football as Liverpool keep it up but Spurs, Arsenal and Man United all implode to various degrees, in what will surely become known as The Season Where Nobody Seemed That Bothered About Finishing Third or Fourth. 

The Premier League also says goodbye to Neil Warnock and his fancy new stance, various play-offs take shape and we speculate on the behind-closed-doors character of Delia Smith. 

Featuring guest appearances from Nick Hewer, Keith Richards and artist Ian Holloway. 

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Further reading: 

Shockingly, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer doesn’t think Man United were good enough for the top four:


Jordan Henderson is hoping for a favour from his old boss:


The final day of The Championship in all its mad glory:


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