Didn’t happen: England win another shoot out, Euro 2020 qualifiers rumble on and we unveil our predictions
Another glorious summer for England as the men win a high pressure penalty shootout and the women get one over on Scotland. Portugal are the deserved winners of the inaugural UEFA Nations League and the whole thing turned out to be a lot of fun.
As well as casting our eyes over all this we chat dings and dongs, look at the predictions we made at the start of the season and give the final word to our beloved Newcastle United.
Thanks for spending your time with us this season, we’re back on the 18th of July but have some compilations for you to enjoy until then, and listen out for a big announcement regarding next season!
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Gareth Southgate is still pleased with where England are heading:
Another trophy in the cabinet for Cristiano Ronaldo:
England’s medals were presented in an unusual way:
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