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Lionel Messi's Golden Shoe term tops season-ending Player Power Rankings

Steve Nicol evaluates the final player power rankings, which take into account total votes during the 2016-17 season.

Every Monday throughout the season, ESPN FC's worldwide editorial desks nominated their top performers from the weekend's action, and the results were collated into a top 10. We tallied the votes from throughout the campaign to bring you the best of 2016-17.

Season-end Player Power Rankings graphic
No one gathered more votes in our Player Power Rankings votes this season that Lionel Messi.

Let us know what you think of the countdown by commenting below or on Twitter using #ESPNFCrankings.

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Arsenal pendulum swings, farewell Totti, Messi magic, Tuchel future, more

Steve Nicol looks at the saga of Arsene Wenger's future, and his belief that he'll walk should he lose any personal power.

Arsene Wenger guided Arsenal past Chelsea at Wembley in the FA Cup final. It finished 2-1, although in truth Arsenal could probably have scored more. The Gunners finished the season with six straight victories in all competitions, winning nine of their last 10 overall.

What to read into this?

Probably not that much other than the basic fact that for all the bile and invective thrown at some Arsenal players, on the day they can turn up and play and be pretty darn good. And when it comes to fight...

 By Rob Brooks

Huddersfield hero Aaron Mooy blazes a trail for Aussie hopefuls in Europe

Aaron Mooy, 26, is vying for promotion to the Premier League with Huddersfield Town.

Having developed into one of Australia's finest footballers, Aaron Mooy stands one game from leading unfancied Huddersfield Town into the Premier League.

Mooy and his teammates will take on Reading in the Championship playoff final at Wembley on Monday for a spot in one of the world's top leagues -- a match estimated to be worth around £200 million to the winners, considering the riches on offer in England.

However, it wasn't long ago that Mooy was honing his skills in the A-League,...

FA Cup passes peacefully thanks to robust security presence at Wembley

Watch on as Arsenal lift their 13th FA Cup trophy, as Aaron Ramsey's late goal proved to be the decisive goal vs. Chelsea.

LONDON -- For all the tension and fear during a week scarred by the death and devastation of the Manchester bomb attack, Saturday was a day when the UK moved forward.

A series of arrests and a lowering of the national terror threat level from critical to severe was the hard evidence of that and the FA Cup final at Wembley provided a reflection of a vigilant but calm public mood as it passed peacefully, without incident.

With regard to this week's atrocity at least, the response was respectful...

Francesco Totti's awkward Roma farewell as legend says ciao to Serie A

Alejandro Moreno says Roma legend Francesco Totti is the last of his type in football.

As Francesco Totti prepared to come on in Verona last Saturday, a kid arose from the bench opposite and readied himself to do the same.

"Who are you?" the Roma captain asked a bashful Emanuel Vignato, who became the latest millennial to make his debut in Serie A.

There was a "Shouldn't you be in school?" feel to Totti's question. "He looks like he's 12," Totti shouted to Radja Nainggolan.

Vignato is actually 16. He's a winger and it's as yet unclear whether or not he'll fulfil his potential...

 By James Tyler

Antonio Conte vs. Jurgen Klopp: Who wins in a touchline "emotion-off"?

The FC crew recall the defining moments that stuck out for them during the 2016-17 Premier League season.

"I don't want to be at the mercy of my emotions. I want to use them, to enjoy them, and to dominate them." So wrote Oscar Wilde in "The Picture of Dorian Gray," and there are a couple of managers in the Premier League who regularly use, enjoy and dominate theirs.

Many coaches convey a sense of robotic blankness on the touchline for fear of giving too much away, but Chelsea's Antonio Conte and Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp are notable exceptions. a pair of touchline tacticians who are like exposed...