Nick, Kartik, Nate and Nicky review the final weekend of the Premier League season to share their opinions about everything from Sam Allardyce being sacked, Chelsea winning the title, Liverpool getting knocked for six, Newcastle escaping relegation and much more.
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Middlesbroughare 90 minutes away from returning tothe Premier League,and there's plenty of optimism around Teesside as manager Aitor Karanka has his team in a confident mood going into the Wembley showdown with Norwich on Monday.
This optimism and belief has been a rarity in recent years, but the Spaniard has brought stability into the squad with the emphasis focused onwinning, a trait that also sits well with his good friend Jose Mourinho and his triumphant Chelsea team.
Liverpool's season-ending meltdown was completed at the Britannia Stadium where Stoke won 6-1 to inflict the Reds' heaviest defeat for 52 years while notching their biggest home victory over the Merseysiders in over a century.
Brendan Rodgers insisted on Friday he was 150 per cent sure he would be manager next season despite his side missing all the targets Fenway Sports Group set him back in August.
Barcelona has revealed their new Nike kit for next season which features hoops rather than the club's iconic vertical stripes.
The new design wasleaked months ago and was greeted by immediate disapprovalfrom supporters. But Nike and Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu had already given the go-ahead for the revolutionary change to take place at the start of the 2015-16 season.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers offered an apology for an "embarrassing" 6-1 defeat at Stoke and despite it putting his future under more scrutiny insists he still has a lot to offer the club.
A run of eight points from their final nine matches saw the Reds drop to sixth, eight points off Champions League qualification the target set by owners Fenway Sports Group at the beginning of the campaign.
Harry Kane rounded off his memorable breakthrough campaign with his 31st Tottenham goal of the season as Mauricio Pochettino's men sealed fifth spot and a place in next term's Europa League.
The 21-year-old's journey from squad player to talisman at White Hart Lane has been one of the stories of the season and he provided one final reminder of his quality during a largely mundane encounter at Goodison Park.
Argentina's second biggest derby kicks off at 2pm ET today featuring Racing versus Independiente in what promises to be an entertaining match with a fantastic atmosphere. For soccer fans in the United States, we have the details on how you can watch and listen to the game for free.
Jonas Gutierrez signed off from his Newcastle career in style by cementing a first victory in three months to end the club's Barclays Premier League relegation fears.
The 31-year-old Argentinian, playing his final game for the club after recovering from testicular cancer, had already set up Moussa Sissoko for the opening goal nine minutes after half-time when he drilled home a second with five minutes of the game remaining, condemning West Ham to a 2-0 defeat and Hull to the drop.