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Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance, Caroline Chapman and Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    So ends the 2016-2017 season, and what a way to finish. John Terry signs off, goals galore and strange moments.

    You can watch is all on Match of the Day tonight at 22:30 BST. Here's a reminder of the running order.

    Until next season, cheerio.

  2. Post update

    How quickly as Eric Dier managed to eat that pizza!?

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    Here's a reminder of how it finished at the top and bottom of the table.

  4. Golden boys

    Hull 1-7 Tottenham

    Victor Wanyama tweet
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    It looks like we might not be hearing much from Jose Mourinho.

    The Manchester United boss nipped into the news conference while his players were still doing a lap of honour - and with barely any journalists in there, he nipped straight out again.

    He spoke to MUTV for 17 seconds, only to tell them he would like to focus on the Europa League final. Nothing to see here.

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    Match of the Day, 22:30 BST, BBC One

    Gary Lineker tweet
  7. Come on!


    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte: "It's an amazing moment for us to celebrate this win, for me and the players.

    "Come on Chelsea, come on!"

    Antonio Conte
  8. Crouch and the man in speedos

    Southampton 0-1 Stoke

    Stoke's goalscorer Peter Crouch on BBC Radio 5 live Sport:

    "I saw him before the game, he sent me some pictures from the pub before-hand. It was incredible, fair play to him.

    "I'm glad we won so I could go and have my picture with a guy in speedos. Absolute hero and I am pleased we got the win for him as well."

    If you don't know what Crouchy is going on about, here is some context:

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  9. Match of the Day running order

    For the last time this season, here's Mr Lineker, live on Facebook, with your Saturday night line-up for Match of the Day.

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    This has been one truly weird day...

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  11. 'Tripped, kicked, pushed and fouled'

    Man Utd 2-0 Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace

    Sam Alalrdyce

    Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce: "We conceded two sloppy goals, and they had two shots in the whole game so defensively we did very well. Creativity wise was not good for us. That means Man United ran out the winners.

    "Wilfried Zaha got battered today by not being allowed to play his normal game, there was a lack of protection for him and he had to come off injured. He was tripped, kicked, pushed and fouled. I am disappointed in the referee, he did not handle the situation better.

    "We have all worked extremely hard from the owners support throughout the whole football club. My job was to lift everyone on the pitch and behind the scenes and get working in the right direction. With the investment in January, very, very, very good performances came and that is why we stayed in the Premier League.

    "Beating Chelsea away, Arsenal at home and Liverpool away in the space of a few days, had we not got them we would have been relegated. They were the big ones.

    "We now need to grow, develop and invest. You need to choose the right players and not the wrong ones. Recruitment is the difficult task in the summer. Any players we bring in have to be better than the ones we have now."

  12. 'You picked me up when I was down'


    More from John Terry: "I'd like to thank my wife and my kids for supporting me in this amazing journey I've had.

    "You are the best supporters in the world, without a shadow of a doubt. You've given me everything. You picked me up when I was down, sung my name when I had a bad game and disappointed you.

    "I'll come back here one day, supporting the team for years to come."

    John Terry
  13. 'One of the most difficult days of my life'


    Chelsea captain John Terry, addressing spectators at Stamford Bridge: "Today is one of the most difficult days of my life.

    "I've been very fortunate to work with some unbelievable players and managers throughout my career. I'm thankful to every single one of them.

    "We all have to thank Roman Abramovich. I'd like to thank him and all the board. He's the best owner in world football."

    John Terry
  14. 'The manager needs to speak English'

    Watford 0-5 Manchester City


    Watford goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes: "It is important to speak English if you are a manager. They cannot pass on instructions to the players but he tried his best and we thank him for it.

    "The club had to make a decision, and they did. The language didn't help him. We apologise for some of our mistakes, we can't just blame the manager.

    Heurelho Gomes
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    It's all about John Terry at Stamford Bridge now. He's been handed a mic and is holding court, wandering over to different people connected to himself and Chelsea to thank them.

  16. 'My future is for the club to decide'

    Liverpool 3-0 Middlesbrough


    Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge speaking to Sky Sports: "I would have liked to have played more but I am grateful to the club for the opportunities and the manager has been really nice to me."

    Asked if he was going to be at the club next season: "That is for the club to decide, for myself I am enjoying my football. My job is to go on the pitch and put my best foot forward. There is nothing to discuss really. I have two years left on my deal and I am happy here."

    Daniel Sturridge
  17. Squad goals

    Hull 1-7 Tottenham

  18. 'Not a season to talk about'

    Burnley 1-2 West Ham United

    West Ham United

    West Ham manager Slaven Bilic said: "We wanted to finish positive and we deserved to beat them. It is always nice to win the last game and I'm really pleased for the guys.

    "We thought we were going to do better (this season), we had so many obstacles, so many injuries, so many surgeries, eight, which is not usual.

    "The move to the stadium, which is the best thing the club has ever done long-term, it took us a while to settle. You need time. it is very hard to get that Upton Park feeling but it is going to get better and better.

    "Today we showed character. We finished 11th and are one point from being eighth. It is not a season to talk about, to hail it, but it is not a very bad season. I'm expecting it to be better next season, of course.

    "The summer will be busy for every club. Today's game showed we have a quantity of players and a squad. We were without eight players and still we had a good team out. We need a few players to improve our first team. Make no mistake our targets are also the targets for eight to 10 clubs in the Premier League."

    Slaven Bilic
  19. 'One thing you cannot question is my love for this club'

    Arsenal 3-1 Everton



    Arsene Wenger on missing out on the Champions League for the first time in 20 years: "It is annoying but we had a spell during the season that was difficult and it was difficult for me in my personal situation. We were playing in a hostile environment. The players came back stronger in the last two months and I'm very proud of them for doing that.

    "I was focused on my job. I am professional. I love this club enough to do my best every single day. One thing you cannot question is my love for this club. I've turned down every club in the world to stay here."

  20. 'Ambassador Kane'

    Hull 1-7 Tottenham

    David Pleat

    Former Spurs boss at White Hart Lane for 5 live Sport

    Harry Kane is a good ambassador for the game.

    I was worried he would become selfish looking for this golden boot but he hasn't.

    For Spurs to finish with 86 points, more goals than any other team in the league, conceding less goals than any other team in the league and playing the Tottenham way - It's just fantastic.