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All the latest transfer news and rumours as Manchester United's Robin van Persie has 'crisis talks' with his agent.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho said his side felt the Premier League title was theirs "months ago".
Kevin Nolan admits it will be "emotional" when he plays in the West Ham team that could relegate Newcastle on Sunday.
Paul Merson thinks Hull City will see off Man Utd but will still go down as Newcastle will scrape past West Ham.
Liverpool are stuck in the mud and in danger of becoming a provincial club, according to Gary Neville.
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Jamie Vardy's England call-up was a surprise but he’ll seize his chance, says Kevin Phillips.
West Ham striker Carlton Cole selects the best eleven players to have played against him during his career.
Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva picks his #One2Eleven on The Fantasy Football Club.
Jeff Stelling and the boys are back to bring you the end of season relegation drama on Soccer Special on Sunday.
Henry Winter, Shaun Custis and Andy Dunn join Neil Ashton on Sunday's show - the last of the season.