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Aston Villa vs. Arsenal in FA Cup final

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ESPN FC May Player of the Month -- Messi, Ronaldo or Kostic?

The ESPN FC panel respond to your tweets on Arsenal's potential transfers this summer and Lionel Messi's Copa del Rey final performance.

As the calendar turns to June, the bulk of clubs from Europe's big five leagues have adjourned for the season. One club still in action, though, is Barcelona, who will meet Juventus on Saturday in the Champions League final. Aside from being the biggest fixture of the club football season, Saturday also provides the world with one final look at Lionel Messi this campaign.

While the Argentine has racked up three of the past four ESPN FC Player of the Month awards, he has thrown on the afterburners...

 By Nick Miller

The top 10 moments in John Terry's championship-winning renaissance

John Terry and his Chelsea teammates celebrate their Premier League title victory in style.

Once a champion, then written off, John Terry has worked his way back to the pinnacle of English football. These are the top 10 moments that got him there ...

10. The new contract

It might seem a bit odd to put what is essentially an administrative procedure in a list of on-pitch achievements, but Terry's new contract, awarded to him at the end of last season, was an indication that as his years advanced, his importance to Chelsea grew, rather than faded. It was particularly noteworthy given the...

Aston Villa's dream dies at Wembley but the dream of the FA Cup lives on

ESPN FC's Alison Bender speaks to Arsenal supporters following their 4-0 win over Aston Villa in the FA Cup final, heaping praise on another FA Cup crown and Alexis Sanchez's wonder strike.

Iain Macintosh returns to Wembley for the final of Aston Villa vs. Arsenal as the Wembley Dreams series comes to a close.

And so ends a journey that began on Aug. 16, 2014, when 368 of England's smallest clubs kicked off in an extra preliminary round. A journey that would eventually involve 736 clubs in total, clashing over 14 rounds, came to an end at Wembley on Saturday when Arsenal lifted the FA Cup trophy. There was no question that they were worthy winners.

After nail-biting finals in the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Blatter elected, Arsenal title hopes, Barca-Juve, next stop for Klopp -- vote!

The Duke of Cambridge has called for reform at FIFA, urging football's governing body to 'put the sport first'.

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.

The biggest news of the week (year?) was the indictment of FIFA officials from around the world for alleged widespread corruption throughout football's governing body over the past 20 years. Nonetheless, FIFA president Sepp Blatter won re-election for a fifth term on Friday.

Is it fair that Sepp Blatter is still FIFA president?

Arsenal put on an impressive...

 By John Duerden

How Westwood surpassed targets coaching 2-year-old Bengaluru FC

Ashley Westwood has had another successful season after coaching Bengaluru FC to an I-League win last year in the club's first year of formation. Photo credit: Bengaluru FC

Ashley Westwood is 90 minutes away from coaching Bengaluru FC to a second successive Indian title. But to do so, his team, currently second in the I-League standings, must defeat leaders Mohun Bagan in the final game of the season on Sunday.

"For some reason, people want us to fail in this country ... the second one will confirm that we are deserved champions," the English coach of the southern I-League club told ESPNFC. "It is a huge game but we are looking forward to it."

The world may have had...

Sepp Blatter is FIFA president, but don't assume business as usual

ESPN FC senior writer Gab Marcotti spoke on how the U.S. will mend their relationship with Blatter and FIFA after publicly backing Prince Ali in the election.

Sepp Blatter won re-election for an unprecedented fifth term as FIFA president on Friday after challenger Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan conceded following the first round of voting. What does it all mean? And can there be any hope for real reform in football? We asked Gabriele Marcotti to assess the election and what could happen next.

Q: So, another four years?

A: Yep.

Q: All the corruption, bad-mouthing, scandals at FIFA -- it doesn't occur to them to give somebody else a shot at running...