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Old Trafford (ATT 75,572) 12th May 2013 - Kick off 16:00 Ref: J Moss

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  1. Thanks for joining us for all the celebrations from Old Trafford. Check out the rest of the website for player ratings, quotes, the match report and more.

  2. Captain Nemanja Vidic and vice-captain Patrice Evra are handed the Premier League trophy... But they pass it to Sir Alex Ferguson who raises it with a smile. Great moment.

  3. Rooney now out with the rest of the squad along with Chris Smalling and Ashley Young who are on crutches.

  4. Sir Alex Ferguson and Mike Phelan emerge, followed by the Manchester United squad.

  5. Bryan Robson and Steve Bruce bring out the Premier League trophy.

  6. The players are in the tunnel preparing to receive the Premier League trophy.

  7. Peter Schmeichel: 'I've never seen him so emotional before.'

  8. No Wayne Rooney on the pitch during those tributes. Revealing?

  9. What do you make of those sentiments? Let me know by email at or on Twitter @GhostGoal.

  10. Perhaps the most telling line was the request that the fans support David Moyes.

  11. And that's it. He's off. To an emotional ovation.

  12. 'I just want to pay tribute to Paul Scholes. One of the best players this club has had or will ever have.'

  13. 'Your job now is to stand by our new manager.'

  14. 'My retirement does not mean the end of my life at the club.'

  15. 'You have been the most fantastic experience of my life.'

  16. Sir Alex addressing the crowd.

  17. Ferguson enjoying warm hugs with all of his players. A special laugh with Ferdinand who helped him finish at the Theatre of Dreams on a high.

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Pos Team P Pts
1 Chelsea 22 52
2 Manchester City 22 47
3 Southampton 22 42
4 Manchester United 22 40
5 Arsenal 22 39
6 Tottenham Hotspur 22 37
7 West Ham United 22 36
8 Liverpool 22 35
9 Swansea City 22 30
10 Stoke City 22 29
11 Newcastle United 22 27
12 Everton 22 23
13 Crystal Palace 22 23
14 West Bromwich Albion 22 22
15 Aston Villa 22 22
16 Sunderland 22 20
17 Burnley 22 20
18 Hull City 22 19
19 Queens Park Rangers 22 19
20 Leicester City 22 17