Sympathy: Former City boss finds ally in old rival Ferguson
TWO GAMES TO GO: Level on points with Valencia but with a better head-to-head record for last Champions League spot
MILAN: Sampdoria became the only team to beat Juventus twice in the league under Antonio Conte as they secured a 3-2 victory over the newly-crowned Serie A champions on Saturday.
BERLIN: Borussia Dortmund must wait on Mats Hummels' (pic) ankle injury for next Saturday's Champions League final, while Wembley opponents Bayern Munich finished the Bundesliga season with a seven-goal thriller.
SETBACK: Sathianathan says Forces still have a fighting chance to win League
LIGUE1: Tearful midfielder signs off with win in Paris
LONDON: David Beckham's longevity and his ability to reinvent himself were "absolutely incredible", retiring Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson has said.
FINAL DAY: Arsene's side travel to St James' Park knowing that victory will secure them top-four finish
FAREWELL PRESENT: Manager confident Chelsea can secure automatic Champions League qualification against Everton
SARAWAK head coach Robert Alberts has expressed regret over what he described as "unbecoming behaviour" of NS Betaria FC players who displayed rowdyism and hurled abuses against the Sarawak players.
MADRID: Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho described his side's season as the worst of his trophy-laden, colourful career after Atletico Madrid edged a 2-1 extra-time Spanish Cup triumph.
ATLETICO Madrid won their 10th Spanish Cup on Friday when they beat bitter city rivals Real Madrid 2-1 in extra-time in a match which saw both Jose Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo sent-off.
LIVERPOOL manager Brendan Rodgers admits there is no way that Jamie Carragher will bow out quietly when he plays his final game before retirement against QPR today.
LONDON: Andre Villas-Boas admits Tottenham go into the final game of the season against Sunderland bracing themselves for yet more Champions League disappointment today.
For Chelsea, the Europa League turned out to be a blessing. For London neighbours Tottenham Hotspur, it may well be remembered as a curse.