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 By Nick Miller

Premier League consistency: How does being in Europe affect clubs?

Roberto Martinez's sophomore season at Everton has taken a turn for the worse in 2015.
Everton need to find consistency if they are to improve in the league.

In 2013-14, Roberto Martinez's first season in charge at Goodison Park, Everton finished an impressive fifth place in the Premier League, above Tottenham and Manchester United.

Last term, they finished 11th but were closer to the relegation zone than the European spots in terms of points. The challenges facing teams like Everton, West Ham and Southampton -- sides in that "middle range" of the top flight -- are significant. How do they maintain more consistent league finishes with the various...

Sol Campbell: There will be non-white PM before non-white England boss

Sol Campbell has moved away from football and into politics.

Former Tottenham, Arsenal and England defender Sol Campbell has spent the past few months playing a different kind of game. After a career spanning two decades where he won 73 caps and every major honour in England, the 40-year-old has moved into the world of politics and tried to secure the Conservative Party nomination for London Mayor but did not make the shortlist.

ESPN FC caught up with the former defender to discuss football, politics and what the future holds.

Q. The Premier League starts...

 By Rory Smith

Micah Richards a case study in football's move away from versatility

Micah Richards has had a curious career in the minds of some critics. Is it because he plays multiple positions?

Above all else, it is important not to feel too sorry for Micah Richards. It is a decade now since he first burst into the Premier League, bristling with promise, a career that will have made him a very rich man indeed.

Richards has played 245 times for Manchester City, 13 times for England and even has a handful of appearances for Great Britain, an honour reserved only for a couple of dozen players in the last half-century. Then there are the awards: Richards has won all three of the domestic...

 By Ian Darke

Premier League season preview from Arsenal to West Ham

In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop, Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says letting Petr Cech go to Arsenal was tough but Thibaut Courtois is one of the top three goalkeepers in the world.

Until the transfer window shuts, it is hard to get too dogmatic about how the Premier League season will unfold. But right now Chelsea look solid bets to retain their title. Manchester City are always more dangerous when fighting to regain the crown, but is their defence good enough? Arsenal should get closer with their array of creators. Yet somehow they always hit a bad patch and fail to sustain a challenge. Signing Petr Cech in goal will not on its own change that. Manchester United have splashed...

Garry Monk, Tony Pulis and Alan Pardew: Is mid-table an achievement?

All three managers will have similar ideas of success this season.

If there is a fine line between success and failure, a manager in search of a stress-free life might be looking for the elusive area between underachievement and overachievement. Underperform and his position comes into question. Exceed expectations and he is challenged to do even better. Even repeating his earlier exploits can bring suggestions his side have not progressed.

Such are the problems that confront Garry Monk, Tony Pulis and Alan Pardew this season. They have set the bar high. In their...

 By Chris Jones

Steven Gerrard, from Liverpool to L.A., is still just a boy who loves football

Hollywood-style start: Gerrard scored on his MLS debut for the Los Angeles Galaxy against the San Jose Earthquakes on July 17.

STEVEN GERRARD TAKES his seat in the front row of a private box at StubHub Center and settles in to watch his first game as a stateside member of the Los Angeles Galaxy. It's July Fourth, and the stadium is sold out, 27,000 strong and festive. The Riot Squad, one of the more notable L.A. supporters groups, has been well-refreshed by the truckload of California beer that Gerrard bought them for their tailgate -- veteran move, that -- accompanied by a hand-signed letter: "I look forward to meeting...