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From the unluckiest player to the worst attempt at a head-butt - we remember some of the stranger moments from the season

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The Premier League alternative awards

The alternative 2014/15 Premier League season awards: Nigel Pearson, Ashley Young and Cesc Fabregas among winners

From the unluckiest player to the worst attempt at a head-butt - we remember some of the stranger moments from the season

Eight things to look out for this weekend in the Premier League

Eight things to look out for this weekend: Newcastle and Hull in relegation battle, Arsenal and Manchester United in race for third

Sam Allardyce says goodbye to West Ham, Saints' last chance at fifth, Cattermole's record bookings, Chelsea to lift the trophy, Gerrard leads farewells and Sterling faces backlash

The 12 worst haircuts of the 2014/15 Premier League season

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Tottenham striker Harry Kane

Harry Kane to Manchester United: I plan to be at Tottenham for 'a very long time'

England star linked with a £45million move to Old Trafford

Harry Kane scored seconds into his England debut

England Under-21 squad for Euro 2015: Harry Kane in squad for summer tournament - but no Raheem Sterling or Luke Shaw

Strong looking squad for tournament in Czech Republic includes Saido Berahino, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Danny Ings

Premier League free agents 2015: James Milner, Didier Drogba, Danny Ings, and Mathieu Flamini among players available for nothing

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Harry Kane has scored 31 goals for club and country this season

Tottenham fear Harry Kane must miss start of next season due to Under-21 finals

Pochettino admits young striker will have to be rested if selected in Southgate's squad for the Euros

Seven things we learnt in the Premier League this weekend

Seven things we learnt this weekend: Arsenal can't rely on Olivier Giroud, Liverpool lost before Steven Gerrard walked out at Anfield

Sunderland must capitalise against Gunners, Pearson takes the plaudits, where do Newcastle draw the line, Sherwood has problems at the back and Livermore lets down Hull

Steve Bruce grimaces during the defeat to Spurs

Tottenham vs Hull match report: Crisis-torn Tigers on the brink after another defeat

Tottenham 2 Hull 0: Bruce’s worst week in football ends with his team staring into the abyss

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Liverpool vs Crystal Palace live: Latest score and updates as Steven Gerrard's final Anfield appearance blighted by Jason Puncheon goal

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Harry Kane in Spurs' new home shirt

Tottenham Hotspur 2015/16 shirt unveiled: £45m Manchester United target Harry Kane sports new Spurs strip

The club will wear it for the first time against Stoke tomorrow

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