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Jamie Carragher has retired from football. Sky Sports looks at how he signed off as a player.
Goals! takes you back to see David Beckham's best strikes from his Real Madrid days.
Follow the build-up to the fight of the year with latest news, diaries, video and more.
With David Beckham announcing his retirement, we look back on his defining moments.
Tactical analysis of Chelsea's 2-1 win over Benfica in Amsterdam to win the Europa League.
Team news ahead of Tuesday night's League Two clash between Wycombe and Barnet at Adams Park.
Wycombe caretaker manager Gareth Ainsworth could name himself in the starting line-up after QPR loanee Bruno Andrade injured himself in a freak collision.
The Portuguese winger was taken off after 49 minutes of the 4-1 defeat to Port Vale on Saturday after colliding with team-mate Gary Doherty and if he fails to recover then 39-year-old Ainsworth may return to action after sitting out the last three games.
Ainsworth will be forced into one change with Jo Kuffour serving a one-match ban for a red card at Vale Park and the striker could be replaced by Matt McClure who returned to action on Saturday after recovering from a hamstring injury.
Midfielder Sam Wood is available for selection again having missed the last two months with a knee injury.
Barnet are unlikely to make any changes.
Joint head coach Edgar Davids marked his debut for the club by inspiring the Bees to a thumping 4-0 win over Northampton - their first win of the season.
And with no new injury problems picked up, Mark Robson and Davids are not expected to shake things up.
The Bees remain without the injured Collins John, Ricky Holmes, Curtis Weston, Ishmail Kamara, Steve Kabba and Danny Senda.
John is sidelined with the quad injury that he sustained in the defeat to Plymouth, while Holmes was forced off during the same game with an ankle injury and is still unavailable.
Weston (thigh), Kamara (shoulder) and Kabba and Senda (both knee) are all ruled out.
Sky Sports takes a look at some of the talking points from the final day of the Premier League season.
Arsenal can celebrate coming fourth, but must now set their sights higher, says Gary Neville.