I heart Hearts: Man City secure the quadruple, Kompany bows out and Wolves make Europe
As the dust and ticker tape settles on the domestic season it’s Man City that have won it all. A comprehensive gubbing of Watford leaves us equal parts impressed and terrified for the future, though it turns out that Newcastle United have also won some silverware this season, if you’re a bit sloppy with the details, which clearly we are.
Peering around the rest of the game we discover that the guy with the bell is no longer the worst Portsmouth fan, that Tony Pulis’ usefulness has come to an end at Middlesbrough and that Cardiff Metropolitan University FC are a name to look out for in Europe next season.
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Is Man City’s dominance about to be a problem?
Wolves find themselves in Europe:
Cardiff Met University have had themselves a good season:
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