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 By Lee Ryder

Newcastle avert relegation disaster in dramatic style

Newcastle manager John Carver is jubilant after his side secured safety with a 2-0 victory over West Ham.

Disaster at St James' Park was averted in dramatic style for Newcastle United. In a season of gut-wrenching lows, the much-maligned Magpies managed to bow out on a high on a day when relegation would have been a story that would have rocked the world's football media.

At most clubs, the sight of empty seats would greet a team that had been so poor in the Premier League for months. But as West Ham turned up at Gallowgate to bring the curtain down on the season and potentially on this club's Premier...

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Around the Premier League in 90 minutes on the season's final day

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth breaks down the two matches with relegation implications where Newcastle hung on 2-0 against West Ham and Hull draw with Manchester United.
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth breaks down the two matches with relegation implications where Newcastle hung on 2-0 against West Ham and Hull draw with Manchester United.
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth recaps who clinched Europa League positions and how they did on the final Sunday of the season.
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth recaps who clinched Europa League positions and how they did on the final Sunday of the season.

The Premier League does not tend to distil its drama these days. Eventualities, twists, turns and plotlines are stretched out in front of us like a particularly lavish buffet -- one that, over the course of a weekend, you can gorge upon to your heart's content, chewing over every development and taking things as slowly as you like.

That is why the final day of each season, on which all 10 matches are played simultaneously, feels at once like a shock to the system and something of a treasure trove....

 By John Crace

Familiar refrain as Kane guides Spurs to victory at Everton

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino praises his side for finishing fifth in the Premier League this season and sets his sights on a top-four finish next campaign.

Perverse to the last, Spurs reserved one of their better away performances for the final game. The 1-0 away win at Everton leap-frogged Tottenham into fifth place, taking them directly into the group stage of the Europa League and avoiding one -- or even two -- qualifying ties in August. That the goal was scored by talisman, Harry Kane, was the icing on the cake. The striker's first half header took his season's tally of Premier League goals to 21, thereby equalling the previous club record set...

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Brendan Rodgers' future, next season's Premier League, treble chances -- vote!

Is Brendan Rodgers' time running out at Anfield.

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A year after almost winning the Premier League, Liverpool's season ended in abject fashion as they were humbled 6-1 at Stoke. Not even a goal in his farewell game from Steven Gerrard could mask such an embarrassing display and, afterwards, Brendan Rodgers admitted "if the owners want me to go, I will go."

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 By Peter Thorne

West Ham end season facing uncertain summer

Sam Allardyce admits that he will not be returning next season as West Ham's manager.

West Ham ended the season in defeat and without a manager.

The 2-0 loss at St James' Park by a workmanlike but nervous Newcastle side wouldn't have been how Sam Allardyce would have wanted to end his tenure at Upton Park, but it did perhaps underline the problems. Since Christmas, the Hammers have fallen away alarmingly after being in a Champions League place in December. Finishing 12th and still three points away from the magic 50 mark is something that will rankle everyone after the start West...

Stoke humiliate Liverpool to continue rapid growth under Mark Hughes

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers admits his future is unclear after Stoke thrashed his side 6-1.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers admits his future is unclear after Stoke thrashed his side 6-1.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers admits his future is unclear after Stoke thrashed his side 6-1.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers admits his future is unclear after Stoke thrashed his side 6-1.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers admits his future is unclear after Stoke thrashed his side 6-1.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers admits his future is unclear after Stoke thrashed his side 6-1.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers admits his future is unclear after Stoke thrashed his side 6-1.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers admits his future is unclear after Stoke thrashed his side 6-1.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers admits his future is unclear after Stoke thrashed his side 6-1.

It was a game with little riding on its outcome but one that would pay its respects to a club legend; a home-grown lad playing for the side he supported as a boy before departing for pastures new at the end of the season.

Step forward Andy Wilkinson, a breed of player all too uncommon in football these days and one who enjoyed a well-deserved ovation before watching his teammates decimate Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool side 6-1.

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