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Danny Rose says a club wanted to check he was ‘not crazy’

• Defender went public about depression before World Cup• Reveals story to Prince William in BBC documentaryDanny Rose has revealed a club seeking to sign him last summer had requested a meeting to check he was “not crazy” in the wake of the Tottenham …

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Premier League 2018-19 review: our predictions versus reality

We thought Manchester City would pip Liverpool to the title, but we also said Watford would go downWhat we said: “Pep Guardiola’s talented side look well placed to become the first team to retain the Premier League title since Manchester United did it …

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Harry Kane to be picked by Southgate’s England for Nations League finals

• Kane has been out with ankle injury since 10 April• England play two matches in Portugal in JuneGareth Southgate will select Harry Kane in his squad for next month’s Nations League after receiving assurances that the England captain will be fit to pl…

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Unforgettable photos: the best of the 2018-19 Premier League season

Photo editor Jonny Weeks reviews a tumultuous football season through some of its best, weirdest and most defining imagesOn an average weekend, The Guardian receives around 12,000 photographs from Premier League matches via its staff, agency and contri…

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Tottenham confident Jan Vertonghen will be fit for Champions League final

• Defender suffered ankle injury in semi-final against Ajax• Harry Kane and Harry Winks also hope to play in MadridJan Vertonghen is confident he will be fit for the Champions League final against Liverpool. The Tottenham defender injured an ankle agai…

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Liverpool and Spurs players keen for Nations League action with England

• Champions League finalists want to face Netherlands• Increased competition leads to reluctance to pull outThe increased competition for places in Gareth Southgate’s England squad will prompt the healthy contingent of players involved in the Champions…

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The Dozen: the final weekend’s best Premier League photos

Your weekend roundup of the best photography from England’s top flightView the Dozen archive Continue reading…

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Premier League 2018-19: the highs and lows of the season – video review

Liverpool’s attempt to dethrone Manchester City as Premier League champions ended in failure with the reigning champions completing the season with one more point than their title rivals.City claimed 98 points, just two shy of last season’s record-brea…

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Christian Eriksen snatches draw against Everton but Spurs finish fourth

Tottenham were determined to look up rather than over their shoulders and, after the dramatic manner of their surge into next month’s Champions League final against Liverpool, who could blame them? As such, their target for the final day of the Premier…

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Premier League final day: Tottenham v Everton, Manchester United v Cardiff and more – live!

All the action from the final day of the Premier League seasonPremier League fans’ verdicts: part one and part twoFeel free to email Daniel or to tweet @DanielHarris 12.05pm BST In football more than in any other walk of life, people “run out of superl…

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Mastering momentum: exploring the anatomy of amazing comebacks | Andrew Anthony

Psychological momentum helped Spurs and Liverpool reach the Champions League final, even if they did not realise itWhatever you think about José Mourinho, most would agree he knows a thing or two about football. Surveying the two epic semi-final second…

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Premier League 2018-19 fans’ verdicts. Part two: Leicester to Wolves

Fans review the season with one game to play – the stars, the flops and the moments that made them smile• Part 1: Arsenal to HuddersfieldI think “all’s well that ends well” is a good enough way to sum up Leicester’s season. Try as he might Claude Puel’…

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Spurs ready for final after watching Liverpool and dancing to Oasis

Eric Dier says the Reds’ win over Barelona inspired Tottenham against Ajax, leading to a spontaneous post-match singalongLiverpool may yet deny Tottenham a historic European triumph but Jürgen Klopp’s team helped Spurs set up a Champions League showdow…

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English fans warned to beware ticket touts in rush for European finals

Some websites list £10,000 tickets for Liverpool-Tottenham Champions League final in MadridFans travelling to the finals of Europe’s two major club competitions have been warned about touts who are willing to exploit their eagerness to get to the match…

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All the game can share in English clubs’ dizzying European glory | Sachin Nakrani

Premier League lockout of European finals has a global dimension that should not be ignoredGeorge Sephton has been Liverpool’s stadium announcer for 48 years and is such a part of the furniture there that he is known as The Voice of Anfield. His is a l…

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Mauricio Pochettino could leave Tottenham if plan fails to convince

• Manager wants assurances from chairman Daniel Levy• Tottenham have reached their first European Cup finalMauricio Pochettino has said he would consider leaving Tottenham in the summer, possibly by taking a sabbatical, if he does not believe in the ch…

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How English football rules Europe (with a little help from foreigners)

For the first time four teams from the same country will contest the two major European finals. How has England done it?As Eden Hazard walked up to take his penalty for Chelsea against Eintracht Frankfurt on Thursday night he not only had his club’s fa…

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Tottenham v Everton: match preview

Tottenham are euphoric after Wednesday’s Champions League semi-final triumph against Ajax but tired, with injuries and absentees piling up. Mauricio Pochettino will send out a patched-up side, against an Everton team that is finishing strongly, to ask …

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English fans hit out at Uefa over ‘extortionate’ cost of going to finals

Supporters of Liverpool, Spurs, Arsenal and Chelsea irate at high cost of watching the gamesFans of the four English clubs to have made it to Europe’s two main football finals have joined forces to criticise Uefa’s disregard for the “extortionate costs…

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European finalists deliver a very English great football moment forged overseas | Barney Ronay

They may be foreign-owned corporations featuring few homegrown players but we should celebrate English club successes built on the blurring, not the building, of bordersNous sommes les meilleurs! Wir sind die Besten! We are the cosmopolitan, financiall…