Last major set of football headlines for the season:

Burnley win playoff final to reach Premier League: Owen Coyle’s Burnley secured promotion to the Barclays Premier League following victory over Sheffield United in today’s Coca-Cola Championship play-off final.

Eric Cantona sets his sights on managing Manchester United or England: Former Manchester United favourite wants to reign at Old Trafford again.

Virtual FA football programme hopes to score with fans: New technology could consign thumbing through a football programme to the past as a version of the FA Cup final programme goes online.

Fulham in Europe despite defeat by Everton: Who’d believe it, Fulham after a disastrous previous season are in Europe next season.

Newcastle relegated from Premier League: Newcastle’s 16-year stay in the Premier League is over following a 1-0 defeat at Aston Villa.

Chelsea rule out FA Cup victory parade: Chelsea fans denied chance to celebrate potential FA Cup victory with opentop bus parade after club cancel plans to have one.

Arsenal’s Cec Fabregas cleared by FA for ‘spitting’ row with Hull: The FA have cleared Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas of all charges regarding ‘spitting’ row with Hull City.

Clarets face £2m bill if promoted after vow to refund season tickets: Winning promotion in Monday’s Championship play-off final against Sheffield United at Wembley will prove costly to Burnley as they will be forced to refund their 7,000 season-ticket holders for the entire year.

Schoolgirl goalkeeper scores twice from her own penalty box: Emily Dickson is thought to have broken a Football Association record.

Rangers fine play-acting Lafferty: Rangers fine Kyle Lafferty as the forward makes a public apology for feigning injury against Aberdeen.

Chelsea’s Frank Lampard is ‘exceptional’ says Manchester United’s Sir Alex Ferguson: Manchester United manager has singled Frank Lampard out as an example of what he considers football excellence.

Rangers defender Kirk Broadfoot has scalding egg all over his face: Rangers defender has joined football’s rollcall of bizarre injuries.

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Chris
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Married to the amazing Sarah and raising Jakey, Daniel, Amelia, Josh & Jonah in our blended family. Passionate for Jesus, social work & sport.

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