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All good things must come to an end. Mediocre things, too.

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And so it ends. Tottenham Hotspur will end its season today with a match against Roberto Martinez and Everton at Goodison Park. For Tottenham, there's Europa League to play for; for Everton, there's a place in the top half of the table. Neither is particularly enticing, depending on whom you ask.

Tottenham are coming off of a nice win against Hull City last week, but they'd be forgiven if the players are already mentally on the beach, or thinking about where they'll be playing their football next summer. Both clubs may feature departing players; Brad Friedel will likely be on the bench for Tottenham due to an illness to Michel Vorm, while Martinez is considering giving a swan-song match to Sylvain Distin, whose Everton contract expires this summer.

It's a bittersweet ending to a season that was full of highs and lows for Spurs supporters. We witnessed the ascension of Harry Kane, a 5-3 dismantling of eventual champions Chelsea, and a cup final, but also saw the Kaboul Kabal, losses to Stoke and Aston Villa, and a finish once again outside of the top four. The season may end today, but remember that there's always the promise of next season. Keep chasing that rainbow, Tottenham fans.

COYS!

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How to Watch

Match Date: Sunday, May 24, 2015
Time: 3:00 pm, GMT (10:00 a.m. ET)
Location: Goodison Stadium, Liverpool, England

TV/Streaming: Tough luck, England: Tottenham's final match of the season is not on TV anywhere.  It will be televised on CNBC and on Premier League Extra Time in the States, i.e. "the extra channels," and also streamed live through NBC Sports Live Extra. It's on Sportsnet World Now in Canada and Foxtel Play in Australia. In Slovenia? Try Sportklub HD. Find your local listings for the match here.

Radio: BBC Radio London 94.9 normally broadcasts Spurs' matches (unavailable in the USA without a proxy), and it will also be carried in the UK on TalkSport Radio. If you are a (free) MySpurs or OneHotspur member you can listen on Spurs' official website, though it's not always reliable.

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