Next year will be huge for football, with so many twist and turns at the end of this campaign, who knows how the 2013/14 season will turn out.
It's certainly set-up to be one of the most enthralling Premier League seasons yet and here we ask five questions ahead of next years campaign:
5. Will Liverpool return to glory?
With a few players leaving their shells behind, the Liverpool squad is starting to look promising. A mixture of foreign youth talent and traditional Anfield blood has shaped the side into a strong force.
If the Reds can keep the momentum from the end of this season going then they can build on the foundation that Rodgers has already constructed.
4. Who will make it to the major cup finals?
Bradford made national headlines when they became the first team in the fourth tier to reach a major Wembley final this year, and the side inspired many teams across the country.
With passion, determination and just a pinch of luck, any team really can make it to the top. We hope you've realised that you don't have to fork out for a top club season ticket when all the action could be just next door.
3. Will Newcastle United fulfil the potential they showed?
When the Magpies carved an attractive fifth place in their campaign to conquer the Premier League, the fans sung Pardew's name. How could so much potential for a strong side leave so quickly?
Fighting relegation this season and missing the drop in an Indiana Jones style escapade, the fans must wonder were it all went wrong. Pardew will be hoping to hang onto hot property, such as Coloccini, as a captain never leaves his sinking ship.
2. Will Ronaldo return to England?
It's been on the cards for a while now, and after Sir Alex Ferguson received a mega £80m for the winger, we thought that would be the last we'd see of him.
But times have changed, and with Ronnie losing interest in Spain, we could see the Portuguese man trading the sunny beaches of Madrid for the cold streets of Salford. Now that is dedication.
1. Was David Moyes the right man for the job?
Many tears were shed when Sir Alex departed from his lifelong club, but all of that has to be forgotten now.
With a fresh start and a new season ahead, David Moyes certainly has the financial backing he needs to achieve success. How will he deal with an unhappy attacker in the shape of Wayne Rooney?
Could we be seeing a Don Revie-Brian Clough situation unfold before our eyes? Only time will tell.
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