'Ted Lasso' Season 2 Ending Explained: SHOCKING exit changes everything for Richmond

A shocking exit from Richmond FC might change everything for the team when they finally play in the Premier League


                            'Ted Lasso' Season 2 Ending Explained: SHOCKING exit changes everything for Richmond
Toheeb Jimoh as Sam Obisanya in 'Ted Lasso' Season 2 (Apple TV+)
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Spoilers for 'Ted Lasso' Season 2 finale

Season 2 of ‘Ted Lasso’ has finally come to an end with a brilliant final episode. The entire edition primarily focused on how everyone associated with Richmond is trying to overcome their own struggles and be a better version of themselves. That’s what the show has always been about.

During the course of Season 2, we saw Ted Lasso (Jason Sudeikis) talking about his tragic past while Roy Kent (Brett Goldstein) and Keeley (Juno Temple) found themselves in awkward scenarios. On the other hand, Rebecca (Hannah Waddingham) seems to have found love in a man who is much younger than her. Elsewhere, Richmond is trying to finish the league in the top two so that they can be promoted to Premier League once again.

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In the finale episode, we saw the makers addressing everything that has been bothering viewers and give us a satisfying season finale. So, what happened during the finale? Let’s check out.

Brendan Hunt as Coach Beard and Jason Sudeikis as Ted Lasso in 'Ted Lasso' (Apple TV+)

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‘Ted Lasso’ Season 2 Ending Explained: Sam stays, but who left Richmond?

In the penultimate episode, we saw Sam Obisanya (Toheeb Jimoh) playing to his full ability and scoring in an important game of the league. As soon as the game gets over, a man named Edwin Akufo (Sam Richardson) meets with Rebecca and offers her a lot of money for Sam. Akufo wants to buy Sam and take him back to Africa so that a talented player like him can play for his home country.

The final episode sees Rebecca, Higgins (Jeremy Swift), and Keeley (Juno Temple) talking about the transfer. They feel that the decision rests on Sam and he is the only one that should be thinking about this. Sam talks with his father and he also that universe will give him an indication if he should leave Richmond or not. The final game in the league sees Richmond drawing the game against Brentford and getting promoted to Premier League.

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The win makes him realize how important the team is to him and how important he is to the team. He takes the decision of not leaving Richmond and tells Rebecca that he needs to stop worrying about how others feel about him. He is staying because this is what’s best for him and his journey.

Hannah Waddingham as Rebecca in 'Ted Lasso' Season 2 (Apple TV+)

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On the other hand, Nathan (Nick Mohammad) has completely lost it after Richmond drew the game. He believes that Ted is a “joke” and doesn’t deserve to be a coach. However, when he learns that everybody loves him, he just walks away in frustration. A few months back we see a football team training and the owner of that team is talking with the coach.

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The ending reveals that Nathan has joined West Ham United as their new coach. So, Richmond did see someone leaving, but it was not Sam.

Nathan seems to be in revenge mode and will look to annihilate Richmond when they play against West Ham United in the Premier League. It’ll be interesting to see how Ted and Nathan come face to face in Season 3.

Nick Mohammad as Nathan in 'Ted Lasso' Season 2 (Apple TV+)

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'Ted Lasso' Season 2 Ending Explained: Did Roy and Keeley break up? 

During the final episode, we saw Keeley (Juno Temple) getting the news that she can now set up her own PR firm. She gets worried as to how will she be able to Rebecca about it. But when she does, Rebecca is really happy for her. Even though both are crying, but they promise each other that their friendship with remain intact. The final moments of the season see Keeley vacating her office and Roy coming to meet her. He is extremely proud of her and has booked a holiday for six weeks. The duo will enjoy the vacation and make their relationship stronger. However, Keeley refuses to go, which makes Roy believe that she is breaking up with him. But Keeley says that she isn't and she can't go on holiday because she has to start her next job in one week and she can't be going on a holiday a week after just joining. 

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Keeley asks Roy to go ahead with the vacation because he hasn't taken a holiday since he joined football. Everything is fine between the duo, but it is unclear if Roy went on a vacation or not. 

Season 3 has already been planned and recently, a report suggested that all actors and writers will be getting a raise in their salaries. The show has turned out to be really amazing for everyone and fans are eager for another marvelous season. 

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