Champions of Europe for the fifth time.
Champions League final live blog.
The saga nears its conclusion.
Ben Lyttleton on the questions surrounding Lewandowski's possible departure from Borussia Dortmund.
Man City take a bold all-American step in establishing NYCFC's soccer culture...
All the day's football news in one easy-to-swallow pill!
Tony Pulis' he's a helluva bloke, Tony Pulis, he managed Stoke.
Man City to run NYC-based franchise.
Reports emerging that indicate Pulis could be on his way out from the Britannia.
All eyes move to Chelsea as Jose Mourinho leaves Madrid by mutual consent.
The final entry of the Premier League Diary for the 2012-13.
Arsenal finish 4th and the Bale rumors heat up.
Mancini says goodbye.
Some more confirmation that Beckham's MLS plans are moving along nicely...
Ethan Dean-Richards questions the logic of the player pundit.
A pundits says a dumb thing and in the process draws attention to himself.
Mario Balotelli's Twitter debut leaves a lot to be desired...
Want some swagger with that coffee?
Here's what everyone thought about the game so you don't have to.
Duane Rollins points the blame over Toronto FC's struggles squarely on MLSE's culture of arrogance.
Apparently this would be the best for all parties.
Oh Mancini, my Mancini!
A dubious website offers a scheme to get Ronaldo to come back to Manchester.
The day's football news in one easy-to-swallow pill!
Carlo Ancelotti was courted by Real Madrid, apparently.
Alex and Andi with their penultimate Premier League diary. Prepare to sniff!
Fergie says peace out.
Changes for Manchester City.
Incredible scenes at Vicarage Road.
Scholesy retires again, this time with feeling.
History is made at Wembley.
As always, thank you @FeintZebra for the Gif.
Your betting models for this weekend's Premier League action.
James Horncastle on Gala's title romp and Fenerbahce's hunt for pride.
Laudrup tells reporters to go to hell and die.
Another podcast on everything from Wigan to Kyle Walker's naff haircut.
Ben Lyttleton on the rise of Ramires at Chelsea.
It's official: David Moyes is the new manager of Manchester United.
I'll take a break from writing on Sir Alex Ferguson after this, I promise.