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As the dust settles on another Premier League season, it is time to reflect on the campaign and how it went for each club. Was it a success or failure? We asked our Premier League bloggers to assess their season in a sentence.
Worthy champions from start to finish -- "boring" is just a jealous state of mind.
2. Manchester City
Taken to the cleaners by Arsenal in the Community Shield, ill-prepared City did not heed that wake up call and suffered for most of the season.
Ending in the same manner in which it began, with a string of underwhelming results and concerning performances, this has been a season to forget for Everton and manager Roberto Martinez.
Errors, both individual and tactical, hindered a squad that was unable to replicate the highs of a fifth-place finish in Martinez's debut season, while a constant stream of injuries confirmed pre-season doubts that the squad lacked sufficient depth.
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Hull City's relegation from the Premier League was a bitter pill to swallow 12 months after reaching the FA Cup final and European football for the first time.
The standout performers were few and far between within an underachieving group of players, as too many fell short of the standards set in the previous season. Not enough could claim to have enjoyed the campaign, a telling reflection of the club's fortunes.
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