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 By Adam Hurrey

Guardiola's Pep talk, Evra kicks fan, Coutinho's leaked move: 18 things you may have forgotten from this season

The 2018 season is over for teams in Europe. But here are 18 things you might have forgotten happened.

1. Arsenal won a trophy -- and Sead Kolasinac was hailed as a cult hero

August's hopes and dreams are distant enough by now, but the curtain-raiser of the Community Shield traditionally does well to stay in the memory for more than a few weeks. After Sead Kolasinac had taken less than 50 minutes to acclimatise to English football -- scoring a later equaliser in a 1-1 draw with Chelsea that then...

France's World Cup hopes should get a boost from Benjamin Pavard

France will have one of the strongest squads at the 2018 World Cup. Here's why.
Twenty years after winning the 1998 World Cup, the ESPN panel feel Didier Deschamps' man management will be crucial for France's World Cup hopes.

On Saturday, Bayern Munich lost a league match at Allianz Arena for the first time since March 2016. Granted, the Bavarian giants were not highly motivated after winning the title a long time ago, but getting thrashed 4-1 by VfB Stuttgart in Jupp Heynckes' final Bundesliga game was not in their plans, as they fielded a strong lineup.

However, Stuttgart turned in a superb performance -- finally earning public recognition for a phenomenal season. Having returned to the Bundesliga last summer, Stuttgart...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich's new home kit gives supporters the blues

As the old adage goes: "You can please some of the people all of the time, you can please all of the people some of the time, but you can't please all of the people all of the time."

Basking in the glory of their sixth Bundesliga title in succession Bayern Munich grasped the opportunity to show off their new kit for the 2018-19 season in their final league game of the season against Stuttgart on Saturday.

However, not only did the champions suffer an embarrassing 4-1 home defeat in the 100th Southern...

Pulisic, Schurrle struggle; Dortmund scrape into UCL despite loss

After helping the club secure Champions League football for a third straight campaign, Peter Stoger reveals he will not be staying on as Dortmund coach.

Borussia Dortmund dragged themselves over the finish line with a 3-1 loss at Hoffenheim. The result means BVB concede third place to Julian Nagelsmann's men on goal difference, but at least Bayer Leverkusen did not overcome a seven-goal deficit in goal difference to claim the final Champions League place.

Positives

Dortmund have qualified for the Champions League, which is all that matters after a difficult season that saw two coaching changes. Participation in Europe's most illustrious competition...

 By Mark Lovell

Jupp Heynckes the star as Bayern Munich players flop vs. Stuttgart

Craig Burley and Steve Nicol give their take on how successful Bayern Munich's season ended up being and the impact of the departing Jupp Heynckes.
Stuttgart put four past Bayern at the Allianz, meaning a Bayern win over Eintracht Frankfurt in the DFB Pokal final will send Stuttgart to the Europa League.

Bayern Munich suffered their heaviest defeat of the season, losing 4-1 at home to Stuttgart, which dampened the champions' wheat beer celebrations to mark their sixth successive Bundesliga title.

Positives

Blessed with lovely sunny weather for the 100th "Southern Derby" and with returning legends present, from Franz Beckenbauer to Michael Ballack, Bayern's faithful grasped the opportunity to celebrate their 27th Bundesliga win.

Negatives

Bayern saved their worst performance of the season for an...

Dortmund can still salvage season with Champions League football

Borussia Dortmund's topsy-turvy season continued with an embarrassing loss to Mainz.
Borussia Dortmund did themselves no favours losing to Mainz last weekend, but they are still in position to make the Champions League.

DORTMUND, Germany -- Borussia Dortmund could have sealed a top-four finish with a draw in their final home match against Mainz last weekend. Instead, a 2-1 defeat -- surprising on the heels of two bright performances and unsurprising in the light of the entire campaign -- means Peter Stoger's team will have to hope nothing goes significantly wrong in their final match of the season against fourth-place Hoffenheim in order to seal a Champions League spot.

"Typical" was the word Stoger used in an...