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Blog - Kicking and Screaming

Santi Cazorla, Francis Coquelin deliver Arsenal's biggest win in years

A big weekend in the Premier League featured Louis van Gaal's younger look-alike, Alan Pardew's continued honeymoon with Crystal Palace and Arsenal's revenge at the Etihad.
The ESPN FC team discuss the Premier League team of week 22, highlighted by a strong Arsenal influence following their 2-0 win over Manchester City.

So this is what it feels like to win a big Premier League away game. The sheer delirium that comes from finally beating one of your perceived peers in their house cannot be underestimated when you've failed the previous 15 times -- a streak of futility that came to an exquisite end after Arsenal punked Manchester City 2-0 on Sunday.

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It's a cathartic release, a joyful affirmation, an excuse to sing "with a knick knack paddy whack give a dog a bone, Santi Cazorla poked one home" while dancing...

Will winning stop Jose Mourinho from claiming conspiracies against Chelsea?

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been charged with misconduct after implying there is a campaign against Chelsea.

These are anxious times for Chelsea fans despite the Blues sitting atop the Premier League table. There they perch only two uncomfortable points above Manchester City or, as we've come to know them in the past week, The Club That Frank Lampard Plays For Until Sheikh Mansour States Otherwise.

But that's the least of their problems. Everywhere Jose Mourinho looks the forces of evil are arrayed against his team. No wonder the Chelsea boss has to sleep with the night light on.

Consider the conspiratorial...

Live from New York, it's Man City Jr.!

ESPN FC's Jeff Carlisle joins the crew to discuss Frank Lampard's extended stay with Manchester City and his delayed move to New York City FC in July.

Editor's Note: This is the first in an occasional series by ESPN FC columnist David Hirshey, a lifelong NYC soccer fan who covered the New York Cosmos beat. David will follow the creation and trajectory of the newest Major League Soccer team, New York City FC, offering his fan's perspective on the fledgling club throughout its maiden season in 2015.

Remember those heady days of NYCFC fandom when we were all sure the newly minted MLS franchise was going to be the Cosmos plus the Yankees plus...

The 10 most memorable English soccer moments of 2014

Check out the 10 most memorable moments of 2014 in what was an unforgettable year in soccer.
Check out the 10 most memorable moments of 2014 in what was an unforgettable year in football.

There were so many life-affirming storylines in the past year of English soccer that it's difficult to choose among them. Who can forget Sunderland's and Crystal Palace's Houdini-like feats of escapology from Championship purgatory? Or how Manchester City withstood the heroic challenge of Liverpool and held its nerve to win the league for the second time in three years? Or how gloriously Sir Alex Ferguson's plans for his succession worked out?

Of course, not all the recollections that linger...

Liverpool, Arsenal entertain the neutrals, but who cares about them?

The ESPN FC discuss Liverpool's recent upturn in form following victory over Bournemouth and a spirited draw vs. Arsenal.

If last week's game involving Manchester United and Liverpool was billed as a contest between the Dog and Duck and The Red Lion, then Liverpool's match with Arsenal on Sunday further enhanced the Premier League's stature as the World's Best Pub League (WBPL: trademark pending).

So many passes went astray (I'm looking at you, Santi Cazorla and Alexis Sanchez), so many shots were scuffed (thank you, Philippe Coutinho and Lazar Markovic) and so many tackles were reckless (ciao, Fabio Borini) that...

No ball boys for Arsene Wenger to blame as Arsenal slump at Stoke

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno breaks down Arsenal's 3-2 loss to Stoke City where the Gunners conceded three first half goals.
Missed all the Premier League action this weekend? Anthony Richardson sums it up in 90 seconds.

You know how a couple of members of the undefeated 1972 Miami Dolphins have an annual Champagne party when the last unbeaten NFL team finally takes an L? Well, that's how I felt watching Chelsea eat it 2-1 at Newcastle on Saturday.

Of all the terrible indignities the Blues could inflict on Arsenal fans this season -- winning the league, winning the Champions League, John Terry being awarded Humanitarian of the Year -- none amped up my blood pressure like the thought of Chelsea usurping the place...