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Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas says it is vital the club keeps star player Gareth Bale after missing out on a Champions League spot.
Arsenal's Champions League qualification puts manager Arsene Wenger on a strong footing, writes BBC Sport's Phil McNulty
Angelo Massone is preparing a second offer for Hearts as the SPL board gather to discuss the financial plight of the club.
Swansea boss Michael Laudrup says it has been a great achievement to finish ninth in the Premier League and win the League Cup.
Chief sports writer Tom Fordyce savours an eventful first Test at Lord's and asks what we learned from England's thrilling win
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew says he is "pretty confident" of remaining in charge next season.
England cricket captain Alastair Cook praises his bowling attack after they sweep aside New Zealand in the first Test at Lord's.
Wigan manager Roberto Martinez says that the club has a "bright future" despite relegation and doubts about his own future.
Gareth Bale's late winner against Sunderland is in vain as Tottenham miss out on Champions League qualification.
Brendan Rodgers says Jamie Carragher is "a true legend", after the defender made his last Liverpool appearance against QPR.
Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino is looking to next season after finishing 2012-13 with a 1-1 draw at home to Stoke.
Stoke City boss Tony Pulis tells Match of the Day he is "disappointed" after a season-ending 1-1 draw against Southampton.
Holders Arsenal reach Continental Cup semi-finals after coming from 2-1 down to beat Bristol Academy 4-2 in the group stages.
Swansea manager Michael Laudrup says that his side need to score more goals next season.
Fulham boss Martin Jol declares himself "over the moon" after his side ended their season with a 3-0 win at Swansea.
Reading boss Nigel Adkins says he and his players know what is required to win promotion from the Championship next season.
Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick says the team is "ready to move on" after Sir Alex Ferguson's final game.
Jamie Carragher says his 737th and final game for Liverpool before retiring is one he will "never forget".