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City move closer to title and Leeds misery continues

City move closer to title and Leeds misery continues

Update: 2022-05-081
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Jeanette Kwakye is joined by former West Ham and Aston Villa midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker, Northern football writer for the Daily Telegraph Luke Edwards and Football Daily regular Ben Haines to analyse Sunday’s action in the Premier League and WSL.

Manchester City demolished Newcastle United 5-0 at the Etihad, moving three points clear at the top of the Premier League. Pep Guardiola spoke to us in a spiky post-match interview, with that dramatic midweek Champions League defeat to Real Madrid still very much on his mind.

Meanwhile, Arsenal boosted their chances of Champions League football at the Emirates next season by beating Leeds 2-1 and the panel discuss if their miserable form will see them playing Championship football come August?

The Everton revival continued at the King Power - hear from a delighted Frank Lampard as three wins out of the last five mean that the Toffees’ survival hopes are back in their own hands.

And Chelsea won a historic third successive Women’s Super League title on the final day of the season in a day full of drama!

3’35 – Pep Guardiola’s reaction to whether the Champions League would influence the City team

5’15 – How much has the Real Madrid game affected Guardiola?

16’35 – Will Leeds go down?

23’50 – Frank Lampard on Everton’s win

28’00 – Will Arsenal finish above Chelsea?

36’15 – Reaction to Chelsea’s WSL title win
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colum o'leary

Frank Lampard has now found a way to become a slave and performer of the dark arts / shit housery. He's been an agressive misserable man his whole career and been good at it so he shouldn't change it

May 9th
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City move closer to title and Leeds misery continues

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