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Live Reporting

Harry De Cosemo and Um-E-Aymen Babar

All times stated are UK

  1. Thank you!

    What a day! Thank you so much for joining us today. Here are some of the top stories from today:

    That's all from us for now. Take care.

  2. O'Neil on injuries, Goodison Park atmosphere and players leaving


    Gary O'Neil has been speaking to BBC Radio Solent before Bournemouth's final Premier League game of the season against Everton on Sunday.

    Here are the key lines from his news conference:

    • Philip Billing will be involved at the weekend after overcoming a back issue. O’Neil added he is "hopeful" Hamed Traore is available with Joe Rothwell in a "similar" position but "it is too early to confirm".
    • On the atmosphere at Goodison Park O’Neil expects "a real intense atmosphere" and that it will be "a real big test" for his side but he is excited to see how his players cope after struggling with previous direct sides.
    • He added: "[It is] a real good marker for me, with last game of the season, going into a summer break and then pre-season to just see where we are, against what will be a real good test."
    • Asked if Bournemouth could be the side to relegate Everton, he said: "There are a lot of things that have happened up until this point, so it will never be Bournemouth which impacts someone staying up or down."
    • He added: "We just go there focusing on ourselves, we have been on 39 points for a little while now and I am keen to see how well they can cope with the test and get to 42 points."
    • O'Neil confirmed no decision has been made on players who are out of contract and coming back from loans in the summer.
  3. Get Involved - race for Europe

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    SMS Message: As a Villa fan, I'm hoping Brighton are already on the beach! I'm probably more worried about Brentford catching us than Spurs! Excited for Thursday nights at Villa Park from Anonymous
  4. Get Involved - race for Europe

    #bbcfootball, WhatsApp on 03301231826 or text 81111 (UK only, standard message rates apply)

    SMS Message: That Brentford are still in the running for the ECL is a miracle. Now all we have to do is beat Man City. Again. from Anonymous
  5. Who will go down?

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    SMS Message: Everton will go down. To be honest, I think they’ve been skirting around relegation for a few years now and this is what happens if you mis-manage a club. from Rich, Cumbria
    Rich, Cumbria
  6. 'We couldn't of scripted it better' - Campbell

    Hayley Ladd

    Baroness Sue Campbell, director of women's football at the Football Association, speaks on BBC Radio 5 Live ahead of the final day of a record-breaking WSL season and the Women's World Cup: "It's been an incredible season both on and off the pitch, record-breaking in every way. We couldn't of scripted it better.

    "I'm proud of the team that's worked on this so tirelessly for so long and so proud of the clubs.

    "They've started to invest in the women's game and we're seeing great oversea and domestic players on the pitch and a massive growth of fans.

    "We want it to be the best league in the world where people can come along and enjoy the experience of world class sport."

  7. 'There's still a lot to learn' - Campbell

    Alex Greenwood

    Baroness Sue Campbell looks ahead to the Women's World Cup and the research being done to better understand anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries in the women's game: "I'm passionate that this is not about football but it's changing the way society views women and girls as a whole.

    "We are about to produce a report by Nottingham Trent University looking at a survey of injuries last season. There is a need for more research into women's football but in particular understanding elite women who are playing at this level, at this intensity and in this calendar. There's still a lot to learn.

    "We're working to move the league to a club run independent structure by August 2024 and we're doing it purposefully and working with all the clubs."

  8. 'There can only be one winner' - Kelly

    Coventry City v Luton Town (Sat, 16:45 BST)

    Viktor Gyokeres and Matt Godden

    Coventry City captain Liam Kelly on what it means to be going to Wembley: "We've got one more to go. We've got to do it for the fans who have to endure a rough time over the past few years.

    "Luton are fantastic team, they've come from the national league and their journey has been similar to ours. It's going to be a tough game and they're going to want it as much as us but there can only be one winner. It's going to be a fantastic day. It's going to be a proud moment and I can't wait.

    "I need to put all my focus on getting my hands on that trophy."

  9. 'You can't be overwhelmed by the situation' - Kelly

    Coventry City v Luton Town (Sat, 16:45 BST)

    Riley McGree and Liam Kelly

    Coventry City captain Liam Kelly speaks to BBC Radio 5 Live ahead of their Championship Play-Off Final at Wembley v Luton Town tomorrow: "We're all excited we can't wait for it, it's going to be a fantastic occasion and it's going to be a good day. It's a final and we know what's at stake but for us we've just tried to keep the week the same, we've done our preparation and training the same albeit with more media attention. You can't be overwhelmed by the situation.

    "We have to put on a good performance on the day and that's what is going to give us the win.

    "Coventry is a big football club and I always thought they'd get back to the Premier League but for it to happen in this space of time, I couldn't of envisioned it."

  10. Post update

    We're about to close up, but before we go we'll look ahead to Coventry v Luton and the final day in the WSL...

  11. 'We should be improving every single day'

    Man Utd v Fulham (Sun, 16:30 BST)


    Fulham manager Marco Silva speaks ahead of the clubs team against Manchester United: We demand standards that are important from us every single day.

    "The nomination is a consequence of the performance and quality. It's a result of the season. It's nice to be in the middle of all those names. I'm repeating this about us that we should be improving every single day."

  12. ‘No time to help young pkayers’

    Chelsea v Newcastle (Sun, 16:30 BST)


    Frank Lampard on the difficulties or gelling the squad together this season: “I don’t want to go into individuals. I thought Carney [Chukwuemeka] did really well today coming in to midfield with personality. It has been one of the harder parts of my job with the numbers in the squad the balance it.

    “Going with a team to win important games and working with the younger players who we haven’t seen before [has been difficult] because normally there is a process and a pre-season. We haven’t had that time. I thought Carney did well, I though Noni [Madueke] did pretty well again and the flip of that was that Azpi [Cesar Azpilicueta] was fantastic with his captaincy and attitude. It is 70 per cent of the game is how you apply yourself and your attitude.”

  13. ‘Chelsea is the next manager’s problem’

    Chelsea v Newcastle (Sun, 16:30 BST)


    Frank Lampard on if the next manager at Chelsea has the toughest job in 20 years: “It’s a good headline but I don’t know. It remains to be seen, I can’t jump into the future. I think it is a fantastic job because it is the Chelsea job and when I took it first time I came I probably got it it was because a lot of top managers didn’t want that, I know that for a fact.

    “I enjoyed the process and I enjoyed coming in and I wish the new manager well. I don’t know… it’s his problem I guess – is that the headline you wanted?”

  14. ‘It doesn’t feel like goodbye’

    Chelsea v Newcastle (Sun, 16:30 BST)


    Chelsea boss Frank Lampard previewed his final match in charge against Newcastle on Sunday after the defeat to Manchester United. First he was asked about saying goodbye to the fans: “I don’t want this to sound corny but I don’t feel like it is a goodbye, I appreciate it, it will be the end of season and end of my time back but normally when youn leave a club you don’t have a hurrah as a manager. You are in one day out the next and that’s fine. This is the corny part, I will never feel like I am saying goodbye to the fans.

    “My career as a player and as a coach first time around and this period and it is there, I live close enough to the stadium and I will be back at Chelsea many times and when you take on a managerial career it doesn’t mean you will be at a club you had 13 years at as a player forever.

    “I’m quite calm about it and not too nostalgic about it but certainly do appreciate the fans support on Sunday. More than anything I would love to give them a performance to take away for the summer and feel a bit more positive about for sure.”

  15. HOLD 1330 - ‘We made huge progress this season’

    Man Utd v Fulham (Sun, 16:30 BST)

    Manchester United

    Erik ten Hag on building for next season: “We can still improve with this squad, as we did this season.

    “That is one part of it. The other is progress from the current squad and players. That is the job I have to do with my coaching staff. We made huge progress. Many individuals made progress. Now we have a good base. I think there is still a lot of room for improvement with this squad. But when you get the right players it will help and give you more depth and better standard and level. Then you gave more chance to be in the top four and more chance to win titles and trophies.”

  16. Keylor Navas to miss trip to Selhurst Park

    Crystal Palace v Nottingham Forest (Sun, 16:30 BST)

    Nottingham Forest

    Nottingham Forest manager Steve Cooper gives an update on team news: "Keylor Navas will miss the trip to Selhurst Park through a groin injury, whilst Felipe and Danilo are both doubtful for the final game of the season."

  17. 'The team got over the line and they deserve so much'

    Crystal Palace v Nottingham Forest (Sun, 16:30 BST)

    Nottingham Forest

    Nottingham Forest manager Steve Cooper on being promoted to the Premier League: "It was relief and a very positive emotion and everyone connected with the team there was no double about that.

    "There's a feeling of satisfaction, and the boys have managed to get over the line and they deserve so much credit for that, as the days have gone by it's turned into motivation about how we have to improve. It's a great moment for the supporters. We've got a tough game and that's where our focus is at the moment.

  18. 'City have 22 unbelievable players'

    Brentford v Manchester City (16:30 BST)


    Thomas Frank on Man City: "A lot of things need to go the right way, which went the right way in November, to do it again. It should almost be impossible. I’m sure they want to bounce back and beat us. It will be difficult, but football is football, and everything is possible."

    "I don’t care who is playing; they have 22 unbelievable players. Who is the best [Ruben] Dias or [Aymeric] Laporte? That’s two top players. Who is on the wing? Is it [Jack] Grealish, [Phil] Foden, [Riyad] Mahrez, or [Bernardo] Silva? They will put world class players out there and we need to top perform."

  19. 'A celebration of football'

    Brentford v Manchester City (16:30 BST)


    Thomas Frank on Brentford's season: "I don’t think there was one expert who had us in the top 10 before the season. It’s a fantastic achievement which maybe, in some ways, doesn’t get rated enough. We have the second-lowest budget in the league.

    "I hope Sunday is going to be a celebration of football. We are playing against the best team in the world, we are playing at home, and we’ve had a fantastic season. Let’s do everything we can to finish off on a high."

    On potentially reaching Europe: "I’m a big dreamer. I believe everything is possible in football. I had a big belief before the season we could do top 10. We just need to beat the best team in the world. It’s a massive mountain. At home, with this group of players, everything is possible."

  20. Frank agrees with Southgate on Toney

    Brentford v Manchester City (16:30 BST)


    Before his side's final match of the season at home to Man City, Brentford boss Thomas Frank was asked about Ivan Toney after the details of his betting breaches came to light: "Now we have everything in place, we will put the plan together to do our best to support Ivan. I’m bang on with Gareth [Southgate], it was a fantastic point he made; If you want to rehabilitate people, you give them education"