Manchester City’s title and the race for the top four – Football Weekly Extra

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Manchester City are Premier League champions for the third time in four years. Jonathan Liew is on hand to discuss how Pep Guardiola shaped the team differently for probably his greatest English championship win.

City’s title was sealed as a weakened Manchester United lost to Leicester City – but the race for the top four is still intriguing, as Arsenal win at Chelsea.

What of Arsenal? Is there any cause for joy at the Emirates, short of potentially pipping Spurs to the Europa Conference League?

And Clive Tyldesley tells us about being on the receiving end of the Fergie hairdryer treatment – twice; co-commentating with Bill Shankly; and Brian Clough being pretty much his first football manager interview.

Manchester City Fans Celebrate Winning the Premier League Title<br>MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - MAY 11:  A champions banner is seen outside Etihad Stadium as Manchester City fans celebrate winning the Premier League title on May 11, 2021 in Manchester, England. Manchester City Football club claims the Premier League title as nearest rival Manchester United lost to Leicester today 1-2. Football fans are currently unable to attend matches due to coronavirus restrictions. (Photo by Alex Livesey - Danehouse/Getty Images)

Photograph: Alex Livesey – Danehouse/Getty Images

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