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Miller: Top ten Prem workhorses

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 By Nick Miller

Premier League workhorses who don't get the credit they deserve

Blue-collar, work-horses, grafters, 'lunchbucket' players -- call them what you like. The Premier League needs those who perhaps aren't known for their silky skills. Here are ten of the best.

10. Cesar Azipilicueta

Cesar Azpilicueta has become a mainstay on the Chelsea back line.
Cesar Azpilicueta has become a mainstay on the Chelsea back line.

When Cesar Azipilicueta first arrived at Chelsea, there were some doubts about whether he was good enough for a side of their ambitions. He seemed a game but relatively limited defender, but after establishing himself in the side, he most definitely has proved those early doubts wrong,...

Ligue 1 is the most exciting title race in Europe at the moment

ESPN FC's Stuart Holden contends that Chelsea has better chemistry in midfield than PSG.

The French are not known for being particularly good at suspense. We are quite a predictable bunch as my British wife will often remind me.

Our back catalogue of films consist of many a twisted love story with a psychological edge, our best writers philosophize and give social commentary and our general elections are a one horse race where politicians make predictable comebacks. However our football is different. We've done suspense pretty well over the last few years, even more so this year.

"Masters...

There's reason to hold out hope that Garcia's full FIFA report will be released

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti and Shaka Hislop weigh in on Michael Garcia's departure from FIFA's ethics committee and FIFA's image going forward.

You may be bored stiff already by the reporting on FIFA, their ethics investigator Michael Garcia and German judge Hans-Joachim Eckert.

You may be among those who jumped to the conclusion that all football governance is corrupt, there is no way out and that rather than reading this, your time is better spent doing something more valuable, like looking up players who made dubious fashion choices in their youth (here's Ivan Rakitic. ... Enjoy!)

If that's the case, I don't blame you....

The Europa League needs to change current format to gain more interest

ESPN FC's Craig Burley joins Alexis Nunes to discuss the Europa League draw and which British sides need to take this competition seriously.

The Europa League just got interesting. After months of preliminary rounds and a long group stage, we're into a straight, two-legged cup competition, and it looks brilliant.

There are echoes of the past in Celtic's tie with Internazionale. There may be glimpses of the future when promising Borussia Monchengladbach face Sevilla. There are 32 teams of varying quality and stature and, unlike the Champions League and, in many cases, their own domestic leagues, almost all of them have a chance of winning....

Jeremy Menez is finally fulfilling his potential at new club AC Milan

Employed in a false nine role at AC Milan, Jeremy Menez is finally showing what he is capable of under Filippo Inzaghi.

A formal announcement had yet to be made. It wasn't official that the next coach of AC Milan was to be Filippo "Pippo" Inzaghi. But days after dining with Silvio Berlusconi at his residence in Arcore on May 31, evidence emerged to indicate a future was being built around the former striker as he was being let in on their recruitment plans.

Pictured with CEO Adriano Galliani in Ibiza in Spain, it was clear they weren't there on holiday. Sat around a table with them at the restaurant Es Torrent was...

Where does Thierry Henry's legacy fit into the pantheon of French football?

Former Arsenal and France striker Thierry Henry has announced his retirement from football as he prepares for a career in the media.

Now that his career is over, Thierry Henry, 37, will come home. He will move back to where he belongs. No, it is not Paris or its suburbs where he was born and grew up and where his family still lives. It is not Monaco, where he started his incredible career at age 17. No, home for Henry is London.

Of course, he spent eight great years at Arsenal and has a statue at the Emirates. He is the club's greatest-ever player, its top goal-scorer (228), its biggest legend and, in my opinion, the best player...