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The Daily Hilario: Nine long years without a trophy

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Your daily dose of off-topic shenanigans.

Denis Doyle

Not many tears taste quite as sweet as those of Scott Tenorman, but FC Barcelona tears are the sweetest of all. After watching Manchester City deny Liverpool a first Premier League title last weekend, little would sit better than watching Diego Simeone's side deny Barcelona a La Liga crown.

There's also the nearly nine year trophy drought of Arsenal, which could come to an untimely end tomorrow afternoon. A Hull City victory would take the Hilario-sness to a new level though, and would give us another season worth of laughs at our London rival's expense.

Domestic Double in Sight for Bayern Going into DFB-Pokal Final

Bayern Munich still have one game to play this season, a cup final against Borussia Dortmund. There will be no Mario Madzukic or Bastian Schweinsteiger available for Pep's band of hobbits.

From the Archives - Golden Opportunities

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New York Derby possible in U.S. Open Cup

There is only one city in the US that has both an NASL and MLS side, and for the first time we could have a New York Derby in the U.S. Open Cup.

Footie on Saturday (all times in BST):

Real Madrid vs Espanyol, 15:00

Barcelona vs. Atletico Madrid, 17:00

FA Cup Final: Arsenal vs. Hull City, 17:00

DFB Pokal Final: Borussia Dortmund vs. Bayern Munich, 19:00