Aaron Ramsey's gone. Vincent Kompany's gone. Antonio Valencia's gone. Mark Noble is still bloody there.
Pep praised Ederson for his early save "because 1-0 would have been really difficult for us".
Manchester City sealed the Treble by equalling the biggest ever win in an FA Cup final. Wow.
It feels that way, despite the possibility for either a giant-killing or a coronation. Perhaps we've been spoiled too much recently...
Troy Deeney is set for his biggest ever match. Forget the ‘redemption’ rubbish and just appreciate him.
And that scoreline is available at 40/1. We have a full betting preview of the big Wembley final...
Might Man Utd solve their centre-back problem from within? Will the mini-Messi get a chance at Spurs?
These clubs have got plans. These clubs have got ideas. And Brighton acted swiftly to join them...
You can keep your Player, Manager and Goal of the Season awards. This is the real main event.
Manchester City and Liverpool are both winners. And so too is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the lucky sod.
Liverpool were expected to challenge, though not quite as relentlessly. As for Man Utd...
Watford prepared for the FA Cup final by losing their top-half place to West Ham.
"They know the final is waiting, but this way they can prepare the best way possible."
Luke Shaw did the double at Man Utd, probably for a similar reason Ben Foster earned the award from his team-mates...
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