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Blog - ESPN FC United

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Brendan Rodgers' future, next season's Premier League, treble chances -- vote!

Is Brendan Rodgers' time running out at Anfield.

Football always inspires debate, and this weekend was no exception. Here are five burning questions on the ESPN FC radar.

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

A year after almost winning the Premier League, Liverpool's season ended in abject fashion as they were humbled 6-1 at Stoke. Not even a goal in his farewell game from Steven Gerrard could mask such an embarrassing display and, afterwards, Brendan Rodgers admitted "if the owners want me to go, I will go."

Should Liverpool sack Brendan Rodgers?

Newcastle...

 By John Duerden

Why a Premier League relegation scrap is not the best move for Shinji Okazaki

Japan striker Shinji Okazaki has been the main man for Bundesliga club Mainz over the past two seasons.

How long can you be underrated when you are continually described that way? Perhaps Shinji Okazaki knows, even if that phase of the Japanese forward's career is behind him. The Mainz man, who is now one of Bundesliga's best, has been the club's go-to-guy for goals over the past two seasons. Fans in Germany as well as Asia know what Okazaki has to offer, but it looks like it is time for him to move on.

There is talk of Leicester City readying a bid of around $12 million for the striker. There is...

 By Nick Miller

Premier League's best final days of the season -- Top Tenner

The ESPN FC panel choose their top picks for next season's Premier League title.

While Sunday's conclusion of the 2014-15 Premier League season may be short on drama -- Newcastle's and Hull's battle to avoid relegation aside -- England's top-flight finales have previously been fraught with tension. Here, Nick Miller ranks the best final days to have been witnessed in the competition's history.

10. 2005-06 -- Tottenham and the lasagne

It's vaguely depressing that coming fourth has long since become an achievement in the Premier League, never mind an achievement that is to be frantically...

ESPN FC 2014-15 awards -- the results!

Our readers voted Eden Hazard as the Premier League player of the season.

As the 2014-15 campaign comes to a close, ESPN FC asked its readers to vote on the highs and lows, the best and worst of the past season.

Here are the results -- thanks for voting!

Premier League

Player of the season: Eden Hazard

Young player of the season: Harry Kane

Manager of the season: Jose Mourinho

Goal of the season: Charlie Adam vs. Chelsea

Moment of the season: Steven Gerrard's red card vs. Man United

Flop player of the season: Mario Balotelli

Flop team of the season: Liverpool

Signing...

 By Andy Mitten

On derby day in Belgrade, violence overshadows events on the pitch

The Belgrade derby on Apr. 25 was overshadowed by violent clashes between fans and police.
The Belgrade derby on Apr. 25 was overshadowed by violent clashes between fans and police.

In the latest edition of ESPN FC's derbies series, which features eyewitness insights into some of the biggest rivalries in world football, Andy Mitten goes to Serbia to experience the Belgrade derby between Red Star and Partizan.

BELGRADE, Serbia -- Five minutes before kickoff in the Belgrade derby, a shaven-headed Partizan hooligan, his face obscured, rushes forward. Dressed in black, he's slight and holding a lighted flare in his right hand. Charging at speed from the opposite direction is an...

Brazilian-born, Nantucket-raised Caio hopeful for return to the U.S.

It was at Brazilian club Botafogo where Caio really made a name for himself in Brazilian football.

Caio Canedo Correa began developing his goal-scoring ability as a youngster on Nantucket Island, an hour ferry ride off the Massachusetts coast. Now, after establishing himself as a striker in first divisions on two continents, Caio is hoping for a return to the U.S.

"I always watch MLS," said Caio, the UAE Arabian Gulf League's fourth-leading scorer on loan at Al Wasl from Internacional. "Kaka is there now and I always said MLS is certainly going to be a big powerhouse. I can see going there...