Premiership Results Now in: Relegations Confirmed

MIDDLESBROUGH, ENGLAND - MAY 16:  Tuncay Sanli of Middlesbrough scores with an overhead kick past Brad Friedel of Aston Villa during the Barclays Premier League match between Middlesbrough and Aston Villa at the Riverside Stadium on May 16, 2009 in Middlesbrough, England.  (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images)
True BlueCorrespondent IMay 24, 2009


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It's been a great season for Man' United fans, an interesting one for many other teams, but it has been an absolute nightmare for some.

Liverpool are likely to be real, lasting title contenders next season but if Chelsea don't sort out the management side of things next season the wheels may well fall off.

But the change and heartache is found in the North East.

The final games were far more one sided than anyone could have imagined and they doomed Newcastle to an inglorious relegation, joining Middlesbrough and West Brom in the Championship next year.

The saddest part of Newcastle's 6-0 was the sight of Alan Shearer having to be restrained by two police officers, having already punched Mike Ashley several times.

MIddlesbrough found out what an 8-1 defeat is like as the players decided they simply hadn't been bad enough all season.

But Sunderland and Hull can thank their lucky stars as they were both put to the sword with 3-0 defeats.

The news from the City of Manchester Stadium was good for Mark Hughes after a classy 4-0 demolition of Bolton as well as confirmation that Villa, Messi, Kaka have committed to the club for next season.

More to follow.......


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