The last Sunday Supplement of the season has an international flavour as we reflect on the Champions League final and the 2012/13 campaign in general.
Martin Samuel (Daily Mail), Jason Burt (Sunday Telegraph) and Raphael Honigstein (Bild) will be around the breakfast table - with the latter's inclusion of particular interest.
Bild is a German magazine and, with the battle for the crown of Europe taking place at Wembley on Saturday night between Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, Honigstein is perfectly placed to analyse.
Honigstein will offer his take on the extraordinary rise of German football over the last 12 months, with Dortmund joining Bayern in slaying the giants of Spanish football (Real Madrid and Barcelona respectively) in the competition's semi-finals.
Samuel and Burt will doubtlessly be chiming in with their musings on the seismic shifts in power, as well as turn matters back towards all things domestic as we reflect on another bustling term in the top-flight.
It's been a Premier League run-in like no other, as ends of eras dominated the final few games with legendary figures such as Sir Alex Ferguson, Jamie Carragher, Paul Scholes and Michael Owen all calling time on their careers in the English game amid seas of admiration.
Ferguson signed off by returning the title to Manchester United from arch-rivals City, and his departure from Old Trafford has set in to motion a managerial merry-go-round that has already seen David Moyes quit his role at Everton to fill the vacancy.
As well as assess all the possible managerial comings and goings, there's the small matter of the transfer window to look forward to, with currently-managerless City expected to splash the cash in an attempt to regain supremacy and Arsenal likely to embark on a recruitment drive after narrowly securing Champions League football.
There'll be all the standard end-of-season fanfare as the experts pick their way through the highlights of the year, so this is a finale not to be missed.
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