May 19 2013 Latest news:
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hailed his current squad as one of the best he has ever assembled after they sealed Champions League football with a 1-0 victory at Newcastle on the final day of the Premier League season.
Premier League: Newcastle 0 Arsenal 1
Tottenham captain Michael Dawson admitted he thought Gareth Bale’s last-gasp winner against Sunderland had put them into next season’s Champions League.
Premier League: Chelsea 2 Everton 1
The Hammers secured 10th spot in the Premier League with a 4-2 win over Reading on the final day of the season.
Premier League: Tottenham 1 Sunderland 0
Uwe Rosler said that defeat to Yeovil in the League One Play-Off Final was the second worst moment of his career because he has faith that Brentford will come back stronger next season - if he can keep the current squad together.
League One Play-Off Final: Brentford 1 Yeovil 2
First Investec Test, day 4: England (232 & 213) beat New Zealand (207 & 68) by 170 runs
Manager Andre Villas-Boas does not believe missing out on Champions League football will mean Spurs will struggle to keep hold of Gareth Bale and their other leading players for next season.
Premier League: Swansea 0 Fulham 3
Premier League: Liverpool 1 QPR 0
Brentford midfielder Adam Forshaw felt his side were unfortunate not to take their League One play off final with Yeovil to extra time.
Brentford midfielder Toumani Diagouraga was naturally devastated after his side were beaten in the League One play-off final by Yeovil.
England captain Alastair Cook hailed an on-form Stuart Broad as “an absolute nightmare” for batsmen after his career-best figures blew New Zealand away to claim the first Test Lord’s.
Roy Hodgson is urging English football not to lose sight of the importance of international combat.
Line-ups: West Ham v Reading
Line-ups: Chelsea v Everton
Line-ups: Tottenham v Sunderland
Line-ups: Newcastle v Arsenal
Liverpool are guaranteed to finish seventh, one place below city rivals Everton, regardless of today’s result against QPR.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger feels his squad will finally be able to get the right mental preparation to hit the ground running at the start of the next season following a summer without speculation over the future of key players.
With David Moyes joining Manchester United as successor to Sir Alex Ferguson, Everton are seeking a new boss, but outgoing Chelsea interim manager Benitez cannot envisage a future at Goodison Park, even though his family home remains on The Wirral.
Harry Redknapp admits his QPR reign has been one of the most turbulent of his career.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger feels UEFA should not continue to “reward failure” by allowing teams who do not qualify from the Champions League group stage to drop down into the Europa League.