SUMMER'S HERE but one of our greatest nights in recent history is still fresh in the memory.
Peter Crouch's goal is probably already a 'where were you?' moment - and we'd love you to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org - CLICK HERE to go straight to email - with your memories and any photographs from that night at Eastlands. We'll endeavour to run the best here on Xtra.
In the meantime, however, Xtra has a lovely souvenir from that wonderful night.
Crouchy will go down in history as the man who headed us into fourth place and Champions League qualification, and we've three copies of City's official matchday programme from the night signed by the goalscorer to give away. Crouchy is pictured with one above.
To have a chance of winning, all you have to do is answer the question below..
Who set-up Crouchy's goal at City?
A - Younes Kaboul
B - Aaron Lennon
C - David Bentley
To enter, email us your answer by CLICKING HERE and make sure to include your full name, address and a daytime contact number!
Answers to reach us by Friday, June 4. We will email the winners direct to confirm his/her prize. Editor's decision final. No correspondence will be entered into.
GIVE US A SONG, HARRY!
Harry Redknapp smiled as he recalled his part in a recent TV advert for the Sun.
The advert gives a platform for former Spurs and England boss Terry Venables to show off his singing talents in front of a choir that includes Harry and Ian Wright.
In the next issue of the club's hotspur magazine, Harry tells us..."They told me I wouldn't have to do much. They said ‘just stand there at the back, Harry' and I said I didn't mind that! I left the singing to Terry! He's a good singer though, to be fair!"
Look out for more from Harry in his 'Ask the...' Q & A feature in June's hotspur - out Friday, May 28.
COACHES DO THE BUSINESS...
Readers of our matchday programme this season will no doubt be familiar with the Premier Predictions feature - in which our coaching staff and first team players went head-to-head in predicting Premier League scorelines.
Well, following our programme for the final home game against Bolton, the final scores are now in and we can reveal that the footballing experts at the club are ...the coaches!
What began as a bit of a fun competition turned into something more serious between the two groups, particularly as the coaching staff made a flying start and Kevin Bond was quick to wind up the players, even offering a cheeky bet on the outcome - although there were no takers!
Just two points separated the coaching staff and the players going into the weekend of matches on May 1-2, with Kevin and Ledley King doing battle for their respective teams. But despite Leds picking up three points for the players with three correct outcomes, it wasn't enough as Kev collected two points to ensure the coaches won by just a single point.
So it was nip and tuck all the way, but bragging rights go to the coaches....until next season anyway!