Extra Time: FA Cup memories, Bailey to Chelsea and more (5:15)
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ESPN+ viewers' guide: Serie A, MLS, more

Launched in 2018, ESPN+ is the American soccer fan's home for a host of professional leagues from around the world.

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133dPeter Walton, Ex-Premier League referee

Ask the Ref: Manager cards are a good idea

The FA has announced that staff in the technical area will be issued cards in all but the Premier League. And it will help the officials.

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141dMark Ogden, Senior Writer, ESPN FC

Klopp: Reds will take 'any trophy' to end drought

Jurgen Klopp has told ESPN FC that Liverpool will accept "any trophy" next season as he attempts to end the club's silverware drought.

Why Sanchez has struggled to adapt at Man United (2:44)
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207dRob Dawson

United must do better next season - Lingard

United finished second in the Premier League -- their best since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013 -- as well as reaching the FA Cup final.

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208dLiam Twomey

Willian hides Conte behind emojis in FA Cup pic

Willian appeared to show what he thinks of Antonio Conte with some well-placed emojis in an Instagram post celebrating Chelsea's FA Cup final win.

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208dMark Ogden

Why is Conte heading for Chelsea exit?

One is disliked but secure, the other has won trophies but is heading for the exit. Saturday's FA Cup final showed the irony of Mourinho and Conte.

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208dRob Dawson

Mourinho: No regrets on FA Cup final defeat

Jose Mourinho insisted he had no regrets after Manchester United's defeat to Chelsea in the FA Cup final and said he was happy with his players.

208dMusa Okwonga

Rashford 4/10 as Man United lose cup final

Marcus Rashford's 4/10 performance typified Man United's disjointed and disappointing defeat in the FA Cup final vs. Chelsea.

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Hazard's penalty enough as Chelsea win FA Cup

A first-half penalty by Eden Hazard handed Chelsea the FA Cup with a 1-0 victory over Manchester United in the final on Saturday at Wembley Stadium.

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209dRob Dawson

Utd's Lukaku to begin FA Cup final on bench

Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has only been deemed fit enough for a place on the bench for the FA Cup final against Chelsea.