Manchester City may have been denied the title on Sunday by Chelsea but courtesy of Leicester's win at Manchester United on Tuesday evening, Pep Guardiola's squad have now been crowned Premier League champions. That's two trophies this season for the Citizens but will they make it three in [insert host city of the Champions League final]? Only Thomas Tuchel, who has made an incredible impact at Stamford Bridge, stands in their way.
Before the German turns his attention to European matters, he's got to get past Leicester at Wembley. Brendan Rodgers' squad flirted with another league collapse but now seem dead certs to finish in the top four. If he wins the FA Cup, surely a bigger side will come knocking for his services.
At the Emirates, Arsenal's exit from the Europa League at the hands of former coach Unai Emery has seriously undermined Mikel Arteta's project. It feels like the clock is ticking on his tenure at the Emirates. We chew over the bones of a very painful night for the Gunners.
The bad weeks don't stop there. Oli McBurnie, Fulham and West Bromwich Albion all had one to forget. And Derby County didn't exactly cover themselves in glory despite avoiding relegation on the last day of the Championship season. It remains to be seen whether off-field matters dampen Wayne Rooney's celebrations. To end part one, we talk terrible football sponsors. Yes, we're looking at you Ed Sheeran.
Horse doping tops the bill after the break. The winner of the Kentucky Derby was on steroids but his owner is pleading innocent. We try and keep a straight face as we probe the details. There's also time for some dick-punching action in the NBA and some high-quality baiting of Lions captain Alun Wyn Jones.
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