Daily Star - Football
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Western Morning News
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We can't wait to take on Blackpool in the League Two Play-off Final at Wembley this weekend.As you'd imagine, everyone at the club is still on a high after our momentous semi-final win over Carlisle and desperate to finish the job off. No-one more so than James Hamon, who's already counting down the sleeps until Sunday and, it seems to me, might struggle to cope if the game has half as much drama as last Thursday's!Read more: Blackpool fans' group indicate how few tickets have been sold for...
Bleacher Report
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There is no right or wrong. How long have you known that Lillard has skills? 9th Wonder: Three to four years. In the Bay, hip-hop is just ingrained in the culture. From E-40 to Mac Dre. I wouldn't be surprised if Gary Payton could spit a little bit. Raekwon: I knew he was rhyming way before. I heard that in the streets. But hearing that verse, I can tell dude is really taking the time to perfect his craft. I want to hear more. DJ Drama: At least since 2014, since I knew Lillard wasn't playing. As far as rappers in the league, I'm sure he's at the top of everybody's list. His cosign isn't as big as LeBron. If you wanna get a record off, you still have to give it to LeBron first. But Lillard is the truth. He's just as good on the court as he is at rapping. Tell him holla. Let's get a mixtape in. So who do you feel had the better verse? Raekwon: I probably got to give it to Lillard.
Evening Standard - Sport
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Manchester United and Ajax will contest the Europa League Final having had plenty of drama along the way.
Herald Courier
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Did you know NBA Commissioner Adam Silver was so worried about the league's TV ratings that he rang up LeBron James and told him to take it easy on the Celtics?
BBC Radio London
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being able to to raise the Roof the players money you know it's just that not knowing that sell frustrating you express straight for me so I can imagine the fans are pulling out on the pitch place in Defence of Christ is the head of Saturday's FA Cup Final squad drama stuff is a doubt with a suspected concussion hello centre-back Gabriel was stretchered off in their win over Everton yesterday and captain Laurent Koscielny is suspended the Football Association Asaph betting operators for information in relation to the vet's they received on John Terry substitution yesterday a 36 year old was taken off after 26 minutes of Chelsea's 51 win over Sunderland yesterday I was given a guard of honour to Marcus last appearance at Stamford Bridge one book make a sitter paid out on free bets with one customer claiming here been paid 102 1 on a £25 stake the football leagues has a pitch Invasion by Millwall fans after the League 1 play-off final was completely unacceptable and others.
BBC Radio Wales
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the UK the NHS even though health is devolved in Wales is at the forefront of many people's Minds jobs housing and brexit proper time and time again as well labour the Conservatives plaid Cymru and the Liberal Democrats contesting the seat and these are just some of the issues that need to convince people on if they're going to win their votes Brenda Williams reporting a from Dalaman to ingest Echo what he said we pre match an exactly the same here in Ross just down the road people very engaged and very much looking forward to June 8th so that the time now 6:15 let's talk a football show in the Premier League often described as a soap operas in a plenty of drama and bizarre plot lines yesterday on the final day of the season Arsenal missing out on the champ.
Daily Mail - Sport
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Another season of the Premier League has come and gone with all of the associated drama, excitement and less than interesting last days of the season.
BBC News 24
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from the Breakfast Buttie van. We're outside Carlisle railway station, we'll be talking about transport. In sport, big drama on the last day of the season. Arsenal miss out, Liverpool are back in the Champions League and John Terry stages a theatrical goodbye at Stamford Bridge. We'll be joined by much loved children's author Jacqueline Wilson,.
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commuters and businesses about what they want to hear from the election in terms of transport. In sport - big drama on the last day of the season. Arsenal miss out, Liverpool are back in the Champions League - and John Terry stages a theatrical goodbye at Stamford Bridge. Some cracking weather on the way in parts of the UK - Carol's at the Chelsea Flower Show
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I am going to be talking to commuters and businesses here at out what they want from the election in terms of transport. In sport - drama on the last day of the season. Arsenal miss out, Liverpool are back in the Champions League - and John Terry stages a theatrical goodbye at Stamford Bridge
The Guardian - Sport
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Real Madrid’s fans gathered at the fountain of Cibeles, celebrating before their team had even finished playing at Rosaleda. Those who were in Málaga celebrated too, singing their way through the final minutes. There was to be no drama on the final day and no late twist, just a first league title in five years. An early goal from Cristiano Ronaldo set Madrid on their way as they eased towards a 2-0 victory that might yet be the first step towards a domestic and European double that has resisted them for 59 years. Madrid had gone into the final day knowing that a single point would be sufficient; the surprise was that for much of the night it appeared even a defeat would have been done, news coming through that Barcelona were trailing at the Camp Nou. The Catalans eventually came back from 2-0 down to win 3-2, but theirs was an empty victory. Madrid’s was a comfortable one, no space for a surprise. It was over almost as soon as it had begun – if there had ever really been a chance. Continue reading...
Evening Standard - Sport
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Chelsea may have already been crowned Premier League champions, but there is still plenty of drama left on the final day of the season.
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But we start at Wembley and late drama in the League one play-off final. And it's Millwall who'll be playing in the Championship next season. That's because Steve Morison scored with minutes left to help them beat Bradford 1-0
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after some late drama at Wembley. They beat Bradford in the League one play-off final. Who else but Steve Morison for Millwall with the only goal five minutes from time
France 24
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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored twice in Borussia Dortmund's 4-3 win over Werder Bremen on Saturday to finish as the Bundesliga's top-scorer and seal his side's direct Champions League place on a dramatic final day of the season. Aubameyang finished with 31 goals, one more than Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski, who failed to score in the champions' 4-1 home win over Freiburg. There was drama at the bottom of the table as Hamburg guaranteed their survival with an 88th-minute goal to seal a 2-1 win over Wolfsburg. Two minutes after coming on, Luca Waldschmidt's header, the day after his 21st birthday, sealed Hamburg's win which lifted them to 14th and dropped Wolfsburg to 16th. With Darmstadt and Ingolstadt already relegated, the 2009 German champions, now face a two-legged relegation play-off to stay up. In Munich, Bayern were handed the Bundesliga trophy for the fifth season in a row, extending the record for most wins, and finished with a 15-point margin.
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Millwall will be playing in the Championship next season. Late drama at Wembley as they beat Bradford in the League one play-off final. Who else but Steve Morison for Millwall with the only goal five minutes from time
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There are numerous examples of Liverpools hopes and dreams being in the balance as the drama of the league campaign approached its final act
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The Herald - Scottish Premier League
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RELEGATION drama? This season has seen plenty of it with what seems half of the Ladbrokes Premiership scrambling about frantically trying to escape its clutches over the last few months. We’re not finished yet, either in what is survival of the least gubbed between Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Hamilton Accies.