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Monday cannon fodder: Championships

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Arsenal v Everton - Premier League Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images

Happy Monday! How was the weekend? I did a 5K charity walk this weekend, and otherwise just basked in the first warmth we’ve had since about September. It was glorious.

Real Madrid had a good weekend, because they’re Spanish champions for the first time in five seasons, and they have a chance at a league and European double for the first time in almost six decades.

Brendan Rodgers and Celtic completed their Invincibles season, wrapping it up with 34 wins, 4 draws, and 106 points.

Juventus won Serie A with a 3-0 win over Crotone.

Pope Francis admitted that he was as good at soccer as I was at baseball as a kid, and since you can’t get stuck playing left field in soccer, he was made to play goalie.

Huddersfield Town and Reading meet up at Wembley a week from today to win the last available 2017/18 Premier League spot. Newcastle and Brighton & Hove Albion are already up automatically.

Ex-referee Keith Hackett shares his list of 10 good Premier League referees and a few he would not retain.

Peter Crouch scored his 50th headed goal in the Premier League this weekend.