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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Vote on the Premier League, Di Maria vs. Depay, Bayern's season and more

The ESPN FC crew give their opinions on who will win the Premier League this season, and while predictions vary, everyone agrees that Chelsea will be the side to beat.

Football always inspires debate and this weekend was no exception. Here are five of the main talking points -- what do you think?

Vote and comment below or on Twitter using the hashtag #FCtalkingpoints.

After Arsenal's 1-0 Community Shield win vs. Chelsea, the scene is set for the start of the Premier League season. Will Jose Mourinho's men retain their crown or will the trophy return to Manchester? Or, could Arsene Wenger's Gunners win their first title since 2003-04?

Who will win the Premier League?

The next big transfer is expected...

Hugo Perez in El Salvador coach role after missing out as player

Hugo Perez starred for the U.S. as a player but could return to his homeland of El Salvador as a coach.

U.S. Soccer Hall of Fame player Hugo Perez, who turned to the USA squad when his native El Salvador passed him up as a player in 1982, could now be taking his coaching career back to his native homeland as the national team coach of La Selecta.

Four years ago, Perez was actually one of two finalists for the position.

"I was ready to do it," Perez said, recalling the process and the multiple interviews for the role. "They chose, at that moment, the coach they thought could best help the team."

This...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Community Shield previews fortunes of Premier League and FA Cup winners

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is keen to add his first piece of silverware of the season ahead of the Community Shield against Chelsea.

To use that time-honoured cliche, the Community Shield between Premier League champions and FA Cup winners is a traditional curtain-raiser for the season. It's a glorified friendly quickly forgotten a week later when the league kicks off and full hostilities resume.

The summer showpiece, though, has thrown up its fair share of iconic moments.

Tottenham goalkeeper Pat Jennings scoring from a goal kick against Manchester United in 1967. Brian Clough leading out Leeds, "The Damned United," in 1974...

 By Sid Lowe

Elche relegated to Segunda Division but celebrate last-minute survival

Elche's Estadio Manuel Martinez Valero was home to 20,000 season-ticket holders in 2014-15; that number will drop as the team move down to the Segunda Division.

They had little over 36 hours to save their club, and in the end, they did so with six hours to spare. It was just after 6 p.m. on Friday when Elche announced that next season they will play in the Segunda Division. The league had confirmed it and outside the stadium, a group of relieved fans let off fireworks, celebrating. The town's mayor, Carlos Gonzalez, who had led the rescue team working against the clock, called it "quite a feat."

A feat? Fireworks? Playing in the second division? For a...

Arsenal's luck against Chelsea could change in the FA Community Shield

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol insists that the Community Shield showdown between Arsenal and Chelsea will be an important match, particularly for the two managers, but as usual, Craig disagrees.

The Community Shield may be the Premier League's curtain-raiser, but Jose Mourinho wasn't all that interested in further raising the profile of the match, as his Chelsea champions prepare to face the FA Cup holders Arsenal on Sunday.

"I think it's in between," the Portuguese manager said in his Friday news conference, referencing the warmup games of the last few weeks. "It's not a friendly like against Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain or Arsenal against Wolfsburg. It's more than that, but it's less...

 By James Tyler

Premier League survival guide: How to stay in football's richest league

The ESPN FC crew give their picks for which teams will get relegated following the 2015/16 Premier League season.

It seems silly to reiterate, but the Premier League is the biggest thing in world soccer, regardless of how you measure it. Money, branding, sponsorship, TV viewing figures or global fans, it doesn't matter: The overall scale is the same. And if you make it into the Prem, you've found El Dorado.

This year, it's the turn of Premier League debutants Bournemouth, third-time-a-charmers Watford and yo-yo club Norwich to have a turn. Through research of the past 10 seasons of failed attempts to avoid...