5 May ~ There has been much debate this season over which club will finish fourth in the Premier League, an issue that may well be resolved in the match between Manchester City and Spurs at Eastlands tonight. In WSC 233, Luke Chapman reported on how Tottenham's chance of Champions League qualification in 2006 was controversially ruined by an outbreak of suspected food poisoning.    

Is the Premier League run for the benefit of all their clubs or just a select few? Incensed Spurs fans will argue the latter, after what happened in their final game of the season. Read the full article

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