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The football season may be over, Kickabout fans, but don't despair.
Because we've got an extra special show today looking back at the best
bits from last season.
So let's kick things off, shall we?
Yes, it's that time of year in the football calendar when we're
all twiddling our thumbs waiting for August to roll round again.
But before we start getting excited about the new season, first,
let's celebrate the last 12 months.
We've had some fantastic moments here on Kickabout,
so here's what's coming up.
We revisit one of my favourite games from this year's FA Cup.
John Farnworth recaps how you can be more like Cristiano Ronaldo.
And expect plenty of action in this Tyler versus Scotty
So, loads to look forward to.
But let's start with last season's standout players.
We saw some unbelievable performances from the likes of PFA
Player of the Year and two-time title winner N'Golo Kante,
Eden Hazard dazzled in midfield, Harry Kane bagged 29 goals,
Lukaku and Sanchez both excelled, and at Man United, they welcomed
the world's most expensive player but it was actually Ibrahimovic
on a free who made the biggest impact for the Red Devils.
Here on Kickabout, though, the debate for star player didn't
involve the Premier League top dogs, oh, no.
It was played out between the Wright brothers.
And here's a look back on who came out on top.
I'm Mark, the older, better looking brother.
Yeah, but I'm Josh, and most importantly,
the better footballer.
We'll see about that.
How many kick ups can you do with a tennis ball?
Let's see, set it off.
That was just testing the ball.
One, two, three.
Let it bounce first.
I'm still going.
What was that, ten, is that 1-0, me?
Are you sure you want to carry on, or you want to get more humiliated?
All right, 1-0, you.
But, I never quit.
See that bin?
Five shots each, who can hit it the most.
Oh, it's miles off, it's miles off!
Oh, he's got it again.
Another clean hit.
Oh, shanked it!
Oh, he's missed it, big time.
2-2, both had four shots.
One shot remaining each.
You're going down.
Oh, you missed it.
There you go!
And there you go!
I think that's 2-0, and you said it was the best of three games,
so for me, you can't win it.
But because I'm so confident, I'll tell you what.
Double or quits, back end of the court, whoever hits it
first, takes it all.
There it is!
Unlucky, Mark, I thought you might have edged it about time.
Another big rivalry here on Kickabout this season
was between these two.
We saw them take each other on in some fantastic footy
challenges, and this was one of our favourites.
I'm aiming straight for that bull's-eye.
I was trying to go easy on you.
And this challenge is footbowl.
It's kind of simple, just like bowling.
You've got two attempts.
Oh, it's a spare, it's a spare, no!
Same place again!
I'm not having a really good day.
So, technically, I'm 2-0 up.
Do you know what, I'll be nice and I'll say,
it's winner takes all.
Bring it on!
Five, four, three...
I'm not waiting for him, I need to win this one.
You're catching me!
Oh, behind you!
Winner, winner, chicken dinner!
Come on, take a breath.
How you feeling?
I can't talk at the moment!
Nice one, you two.
And it wasn't just Alex and Tyler taking on challenges
here on Kickabout, oh, no.
Every week we challenged you to show us your skills and every week
you stepped up to the mark.
Here's just a few of our favourites from last season.
First up, here's Caitlin and she knows how to celebrate.
Joseph on a trampoline, surely not, surely he has!
Here's Gurleen, showing us exactly how you get it in the bin.
And that is how you get a ball in the bin.
Here's Leon now, classic bin shot, he can't, can he?
That's so good, we need to see it from another angle.
Oh, and that's the beauty of technology these days.
Thank you, Leon.
Here comes Jake, over the head, and look at that.
It doesn't get much better, it does, he's through the net himself!
I think that deserves a replay.
Thank you very much, put that on toast and have it for breakfast.
Here comes Flynn, over one goal, over another, into a tiny one!
Flynn, you better be celebrating with your old man, off you run,
I don't want to see you again, Flynn, bye!
I can't wait to see more next season.
And speaking of skills, our very own superstar freestyler
John Farnworth had quite the year on Kickabout again.
Last month, he teamed up with a MOBO award winner
for this epic freestyle rap.
Ahead of the Old Firm Derby he did this from Ibrox to Celtic Park.
And back in February, he teamed up with yours truly
for our Ronaldo special.
Here's some top tips we took away from that trip
to help improve your game.
Growing up as a Man United fan, watching Ronaldo was very special.
He made me feel that anything was possible with a ball,
and by introducing skills into the game, he brought everyone's
attention to freestyle and paved the way for people like me.
Ronaldo means a lot for me.
I think you can be inspired by him too.
So, what are his biggest qualities and how can you learn from them?
Practice, practice, practice.
Nobody works harder than Ronaldo.
It's the only way to improve.
So if you want to get better, you have to work hard.
Ronaldo eats healthily, he has a balanced diet and drinks
loads of water for hydration.
He also makes sure he's in bed nice and early before training and games.
This is crucial.
Cristiano's attitude is amazing, he's such a positive thinker,
he never allows himself to be negative.
This is where Ronaldo is so much better than Messi.
The Barcelona Genius is small and he makes the most of it.
Cristiano has developed his physique so he can be powerful
and strong on the pitch.
Ronaldo and Messi are both quick, but no matter what your physique is,
you can always work by running faster.
Cristiano would be nothing without the entertainment factor.
Chops, step overs, rabonas, outrageous goals, he's just
so exciting to watch.
And making people smile is just what it's all about.
So, be yourself, be creative, express yourself with
the ball and enjoy it.
That's what I do, that's what Cristiano does and that's
how to really become a better footballer.
Oh, thanks, John.
Our Ronaldo special was definitely one of my highlights from last
season, and another has to be the FA Cup.
We saw some fantastic matches and this trip has got to go down
as one of my favourites.
It is the biggest game here for over 30 years,
and these guys are loving it.
It's not everyday you see a World Cup winner at a non-league
football ground, but there is one.
The game's just kicked off, listen to that noise!
Now he can reach it, he will keep this in,
Theo Walcott is in the middle.
Walcott, oh, it's gone all the way in!
Arsenal have just taken the lead.
It's come against the run of play, you have to say.
You can hear that, the crowd are rallying again,
cheering their team on.
It's not over yet, not by a long chalk.
Given away to May, what was Espina doing?
And May wide.
No one can believe that!
Arsenal go in at the break with a slender 1-0 lead,
but they haven't had it all their own way.
Here comes Sutton for the second half.
Lucas, that's well worked.
Monreal square, good chance, great chance.
And 100 up for Theo Walcott in Arsenal red and white.
2-0 to the Arsenal.
In it goes for Deacon, up goes Collins!
Deacon, oh, he's smashed the bar!
A stonker off the bar for Sutton!
Well, there it is.
Sutton are a team full of teachers, builders, plasterers
and fitness instructors.
Still, Sutton can hold their head up high, they gave it everything
and they only lost by two goals to nil.
This is what the FA Cup is all about.
Well done, Sutton.
Oh, they may have been beaten but what a cup run
that was from Sutton.
Not too shabby, losing out the eventual winners, eh?
That's nearly it for this week, but before we go, just time to look
back at some of our favourite dream five asides.
Hi, Kickabout, this is Anthony Joshua, the heavyweight
champion of the world.
I'm Kammy, Chris Kamara.
I'm Johnny Peacock.
OK, Match Of The Day Kickabout, I may have come up with
the greatest five asides team.
In goal, I think I'd have Gianluigi Buffon.
He's had a terrific last season, he's in form but he's also
got the experience that will help the team.
In defence, Gerard Pique of Barcelona.
One of the best footballing centre backs in the world.
My first midfielder would be Yaya Toure.
I just know the guy's a beast and he comes to handle business.
Here he comes, Yaya Toure!
I'd go with the most extensive football player
in the world, Paul Pogba.
He's got the ability to turn a game on his head, score a goal,
he's got great feet, he's got skills.
Probably everyone else has got Messi or Ronaldo in their team.
I've ignore those two.
Forget the model, chiselled Ronaldo of Portugal, it's
all about the Brazilian original.
That team would win anything.
So, there you have it.
We close the doors on another season here on Kickabout.
But fear not, we've still got loads planned this summer including trips
to some of the biggest footballing cities in the North of England,
plus, a Zlatan special in August.
Not to be missed.
And if you want to watch more of your favourite Kickabout clips,
head to our website.
I'll leave you with this epic season round-up.
Here we go again, new season, new managers, new signings,
but apart from that, nothing much has really changed.
Twas the start of the season and fans were excited.
Zlatan and Pogba both signed for United.
Pogba looks for the opening.
Conte joined Chelsea, a new boss in town.
Three teams had come up, but who would go down?
Hull started the season with 13 in their squad,
but beat champions Leicester against all the odds.
It is an opening day win for Hull City.
After one England match, Big Sam's reign was in flames.
Whilst Pep Guardiola won his opening ten games.
It's Sergio Aguero, it's 2-1 to Manchester city!
The Swans hired Bob Bradley from the US of A.
But just 85 days later, he was back on his way.
After changing formations, Conte found his flow.
And Chelsea won their next 13 games in a row.
Willian, it's in!
Palace were terrible, Pardiola was sacked.
In came Big Sam, could he have an impact?
Leicester were shaky, with loss after loss.
So they sacked Ranieri, their title winning boss.
In the FA Cup, non-league Lincoln beat Burnley.
But then lost to Arsenal to end their great journey.
In the League Cup final, it fell to one man to win it for United,
who else but Zlatan?
Chelsea are champions, was Conte the reason?
He's now won the league in consecutive seasons.
Conte finds a way!
Blue is the colour of the Premier League winners again.
Sunderland bottom, they've been there all year.
Down with Boro and Hull, who've had little to cheer.
Newcastle and Brighton both got promotion.
Play-off glory for Huddersfield, then came the emotion.
Jose rested key players to combat fatigue and won the Europa.
Next stop, Champions League.
Some Gooners were upset, they wanted Wenger sacked.
But with an FA Cup win, he signed at two-year contract.
Real Madrid won their third Champions League out of four.
Ronaldo got two, he was just born to score.
The end of the season just breaks my heart.
Does anyone know when preseason starts?
Match of the Day spin-off aimed at children aged 7 to 13, bringing viewers the latest from the world of footie as well as top players and pundits.
Featuring goals, gossip, stats and skills, and all you need to know about the nation's favourite sport.