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West Ham say goodbye to Sam Allardyce, Chelsea’s John Terry lifts his 4th Premiership trophy

John Terry lifts the Barclays Premiership trophy at Stamford Bridge. Image:@Chelseafc

John Terry lifts the Barclays Premiership trophy at Stamford Bridge. Image:@Chelseafc

West Ham United said goodbye to Sam Allardyce after the Hammers’ 2-0 defeat at Newcastle United- which means the Tynsiders are staying up and Hull City, who could not find a way of scoring against Man Utd, go down.

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Chelsea had a glorious day of celebration at Stamford Bridge.

They beat Sunderland 3-1 at home.

Didier Drogba was carried off the pitch in the middle of the game in tribute to his service to the club.

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John Terry held the Premiership trophy aloft for the fourth time.

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Chelsea’s success under Jose Mourinho and other managers is in stark contrast to the humiliating experience of one of the Premiership’s greatest players.

Steven Gerrard played his last game for Liverpool at Stoke City before heading for the USA.

Liverpool manager Brendan Rogers selected a team that capitulated to the club’s heaviest defeat since 1963.

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The Reds were 0-5 by half-time.

Gerrard scored the only Liverpool goal but former Liverpool striker Peter Crouch made it 6-1.

Liverpool supporters showed their anger at Raheem Sterling who remained on the bench and a manager who said of the club’s owners in his post-match press conference: ‘If they want me to go, I go.’

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Spurs, meanwhile, secured a tough away win at Everton and overtook Liverpool to fifth place for a better Europa League starting position and an extra £2.5 million in Barclays Premier league share-out.

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