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Spurs beat Man United to finish as Premier League runners-up

Spurs beat Man United to finish as Premier League runners-up

Here is just a selection of the Twitter reaction... "Third, second and hopefully next season we'll be No. 1". David Ginola, who played for Tottenham between 1997-2000, said the heavens were shedding a tear as heavy rain marked the last game at White Hart Lane.


Bills hire Dolphins' Schoen as assistant GM

Bills hire Dolphins' Schoen as assistant GM

Bills general manager Brandon Beane has hired Joe Schoen as Buffalo's new assistant general manager, the team announced . Schoen joined the Dolphins in 2008 after spending his first seven years in the National Football League with the Carolina Panthers, the organization Beane worked for before becoming Buffalo's general manager.


Fernando Alonso believes McLaren vehicle is 'right behind' Mercedes and Ferrari's

Fernando Alonso believes McLaren vehicle is 'right behind' Mercedes and Ferrari's

Yesterday I had a super lap. He spoke alongside team director Eric Boullier and Honda F1 boss Yusuke Hasegawa, both looking relieved to not have to again explain why their cars have taken a step back. "The tipping point will come when Honda will bring a more powerful upgrade", he said. "We are happy with the chassis side but we are still not the best".



Hull relegated, Crystal Palace secures Premier League status

Once the team became settled, Palace went on a good run of six wins in eight matches from late February that included memorable victories away to Chelsea and at home to Arsenal. Having won Saturday afternoon's encounter with Sunderland, Swansea fans and players alike could watch the match in the comfort of their chairs; knowing that a Hull loss would result in Premier League safety.



Pens, Caps gear up for Game 7

Few thought that the Washington Capitals would go down 3-1 to the Pittsburgh Penguins in the best-of-seven series and probably even fewer thought that they would come back after facing early elimination. The protocol states that "identification and removal of Players who require an acute evaluation for possible concussion pursuant to this Protocol is a Club level responsibility", and that Central and In-Arena Spotters assist with that process.