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Manchester City win the Premier League, Arsenal snatch third & Bolton go down - reaction LIVE!
Manchester City have won the title in one of the most dramatic endings to a season ever, Arsenal and Tottenham have finished third and fourth respectively and Bolton have been relegated. Follow the action here and have your say via Twitter and Facebook!

Hosted by Matthew Harold

23:57 BST

13/05/2012

That's all from me on what has been a remarkable day in Enlish football as Manchester City claimed their first top flight title in 44 years, piping their local rivals Manchester United by goal difference.

23:50 BST

13/05/2012

The referee for Saturday’s Champions League final between Chelsea and Bayern Munich has been announced, with Portuguese whistler Pedro Proenca being selected by UEFA to officiate the match at the Allianz Arena.

23:37 BST

13/05/2012

Joleon Lescott thanked Manchester City fans as well as the fans of his two former clubs, Everton and Wolves on Twitter: “Thanx for all the luv #City, Everton and Wolves fans. #Bluemoon will shine all night long.”

23:22 BST

13/05/2012

Roy Hodgson expressed his thanks to the West Brom fans after leading them for the final time before he takes up the reins at England, saying: “This is a fantastic football club with a great tradition and even in the rough times, I felt the fans were behind us.”

23:12 BST

13/05/2012

David Beckham does it again, scoring another one of his trademark free kicks during LA Galaxy’s draw with Montreal Impact as he prepares for the London 2012 Olympics. See it HERE! 

 

23:04 BST

13/05/2012

And finally @nibrahimwada continued on the pro Bolton theme, saying: “yes I'm pretty sure Bolton will comeback 2 EPL next season, no doubt about that.”

23:02 BST

13/05/2012

While @ChatFooty claimed: “cant see Rovers coming back up if Kean stays. Olsson maybe on his way out soon. Not good. We have championship players.”

23:01 BST

13/05/2012

On Twitter @faronbloomfield is very confident that Bolton will return to the Premier League at the first time of asking: “I would bet my salary that Bolton will be promoted next season.”

22:52 BST

13/05/2012

Will any of Wolves, Blackburn and Bolton come straight back up from the Championship next season? Let us know your thought on Twitter. @GoalUK


22:43 BST

13/05/2012

Real Madrid reached the magical 100 points and Cristiano Ronaldo claimed an incredible 46 goals, finding the target against each one of the sides in the Primera Division this season.

22:38 BST

13/05/2012

Stoke boss Tony Pulis extended his sympathies to opposite number Owen Coyle, who’s Bolton side were relegated after drawing at the Britannia Stadium: “I’m disappointed for Owen [Coyle] and Bolton. It’s a reminder to everyone in this league that you have to keep pushing on, it’s such a tough league.”

22:30 BST

13/05/2012

Brendan Rodgers was over the moon with how his Swansea side have played in their first season in the Premier League: “It has been a fairytale and what an end to the season.

22:21 BST

13/05/2012

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp is delighted after his side secured fourth place and now waits on the outcome of the Champions League final to see if his side qualify for the tournament next season.

22:15 BST

13/05/2012

Manchester United midfielder Antonio Valencia said sorry to the club’s fans on Twitter after losing the Premier League title: “Apologize to all fans of Manchester United and now we could not win the cup in our hands. Thank you for you support.”

22:11 BST

13/05/2012

In France, Paris Saint-Germain continue to be stuck behind Montpellier at the top of Ligue 1 despite a three goal victory at home against Stade Rennais.

22:04 BST

13/05/2012

Udinese secured a guaranteed Champions League spot in Italy after a win away to Catania which helped them claim third place, while Lazio claimed fourth after a win over Inter.

21:57 BST

13/05/2012

Gael Clichy spoke about how much the Manchester City fans meant to the side as they won the Premier League title, saying on Twitter: “Thanks to all for supporting us. One word ...................... ROCK You rocked!!!!!!!”

21:51 BST

13/05/2012

Roberto Di Matteo drops the biggest hint yet that he won’t be Chelsea manager come the start of next season as he prepares for the biggest match of his career as he takes his side to Munich to attempt to win the Champions League against Bayern Munich.

21:45 BST

13/05/2012

Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill admits that his side need to make changes if they are to push on next season: "Next season starts now for me. You can see clearly that we have got some work to do and let’s see what happens. I will take a little bit of time to reflect on it but we will try to get back to work as quickly as possible."

21:40 BST

13/05/2012

QPR midfielder Alejandro Faurlin is happy still to be a Premier League player, saying on Twitter: “One of the happiest days of my life!!football is amazing thanks to everyone for the support and special to the team!! We are premier league!”