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Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Amy Lawrence and Nick Ames to discuss the final weekend of the Premier League season. We starting with Manchester City and the Gabriel Jesus goal which helped break the record for points won in a Premier League season, to add to all of the other records they’ve broken this season.
We talk about the rest of the top six, with Arsenal looking for a new manager, Chelsea eyeing up potential replacements and Spurs desperate for another team playing in white to win the Champions League.
After the Premier League, we talk the potential new entrants who are duking it out in the play-offs, and Barry gives us his assessment of an eventful National League play-off final before describing a 10-goal thriller from north of the border.
In part three we hear from Sid Lowe in Spain on Barcelona the mortals, Paolo Bandini on Juventus the inevitables and Archie Rhind-Tutt on Hamburg the relegated.
Back on Thursday!
PS: We’re live at the Emmanuel Centre in London for an end of season special on 22 May. Tickets available here.
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