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Liverpool completed the domestic cup double, but can they go on to seal the quadruple? Plus, we take a look at Manchester United’s squad ahead of Erik ten Hag’s first week on the job!
Part 1 (00:43)
The Champions League reforms were confirmed midweek, with a slight change to what was initially proposed but all-in-all we are sticking with the 36-team Swiss model. How we feeling?
Part 2 (10:19)
Liverpool won 6-5 on penalties in the FA Cup final against Chelsea to complete a domestic cup double. Bizarre sense of deja vu throughout the game.
Man City dropped two points in the title race with a 2-2 draw at West Ham, but still hold their destiny in their own hands going into the final game of the season.
Everton suffered a 3-2 defeat to Brentford, with Lampard’s side also going down to 9-men in the game. The Toffees face a big week ahead, with 2 games and two chances to earn their survival against Leeds United or Burnley
Milan took a huge step towards the Serie A title with a 2-0 win over Atalanta. They only need one point from their final game to clinch a first championship since 2011.
Part 3 (28:13)
Erik ten Hag has resigned from his role at Ajax six weeks early to start work as Manchester United manager this week. It’s stating the obvious to suggest he will have a lot to do this summer to begin turning things around at Old Trafford. Let’s give him a helping hand by taking a look at the club and what their priorities should be this summer…
Part 4 (1:04:31)
It’s the final week of the Premier League, so it all comes down to this. The title, top four and the final relegation place are still all to be decided…
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