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 By Nick Miller

Brendan Rodgers struggling to show progress at Liverpool

The ESPN FC crew recap Liverpool's performance against Stoke City, where Steve Nicol says Liverpool have been extremely poor this season.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers admits that his time at Anfield could come to an end if the club owners see it fit.

In explaining why he had left Raheem Sterling on the bench for Liverpool's final league game of the season, Brendan Rodgers commented that, because of the speculation swirling around his young forward, there were "other players who were more focused on the game." Even with the ongoing contract saga enveloping him, one has to wonder exactly what was in Sterling's mind to make it less focused than the XI that went on to lose 6-1 to Stoke.

"I've always said if the owners want me to go, I go," said Rodgers...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

Top Premier League player stats of the 2014-15 season

The ESPN FC talk about the Premier League team of the year.

Click here to check out the best of the club statistics

PASSING, GOALS AND ASSISTS

Most touches of the ball:
Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea) 3331
Kieran Trippier (Burnley) 3093
Santi Cazorla (Arsenal) 3053

Most touches of the ball per game: 
Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea) 97.97
Yaya Toure (Man City) 94.31
Gael Clichy (Man City) 84.43 

Highest pass completion (not DF, min 20 games):
Mathieu Flamini (Arsenal) 91.2%
Fernando (Man City) 91.1%
Mousa Dembele (Tottenham) 89.3%
Ki Sung-Yeung (Swansea)...







ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

Top Premier League club statistics of the 2014-15 season

Jose Mourinho explained that Chelsea's future is more important than his but hopes he remains with the club for a long time.

Click here to check out the best of the player statistics.

GOALS AND SHOTS

Most shots:
Man City 670
Arsenal 610
Liverpool 590
Chelsea 564
Queens Park Rangers 534

Most goals:
Man City 83
Chelsea 73
Arsenal 71
Man United 62

Fewest shots:
Sunderland 408
West Bromwich Albion 412
Aston Villa 417
Swansea City 426

Fewest goals:
Burnley 28
Aston Villa 31
Sunderland 31
Hull City 33

Most goals conceded:
Queens Park Rangers 69
Newcastle United 62
Aston Villa 56

QPR goalkeeper Robert Green let in the most number of goals.

Fewest goals conceded:
Chelsea 31
Southampton...
















Terry, Fabregas & Costa all in as Chelsea dominate Team of the Season

David Hirshey picked his Premier League Team of the Season but the rest of the ESPN FC panel did not agree.

Chelsea landed the Premier League title but would they be a match for ESPN FC's team of the season? Gab Marcotti, Paul Mariner and Steve Nicol pick the season's best XI.

ESPN FC's Team of the Season.

Goalkeeper: A no-brainer to start with -- David De Gea is a unanimous choice after a sensational season at Manchester United. He has some 2014-15 showreel to post to Real Madrid; incredible saves from Bryan Oviedo, Raheem Sterling and Glenn Murray among the stand-out moments. All our pundits are on the same page when it comes to...

 By Chris Wright

Australian player sent off for fouling giant bottle of BBQ sauce

Now that's the kind of headline that only comes along once in a blue moon!

Allow us to explain: Saturday evening saw Central Coast Mariners lay on a testimonial for their retiring captain John Hutchinson which, among several other mascots on the pitch, featured a chap dressed up as a giant bottle of barbecue sauce.

At one point during the game the bottle managed to weave (incredibly slowly) past several players before finding him/her/itself through on goal.

However, obviously deciding that being...

Liverpool beat Milan to UCL in 2005: One night in Istanbul remembered

Steven Gerrard kisses the 2005 trophy after a stunning comeback to defeat AC Milan in the Champions League final.

Ten years ago today, one of the greatest matches in the history of football was played as Liverpool came back from 3-0 down at half-time in the 2005 Champions League final against AC Milan to win 3-2 on penalties.

Goals from Steven Gerrard, Vladimir Smicer and Xabi Alonso saw the Reds come back in Istanbul before goalkeeper Jerzy Dudek turned hero in the shootout. Here, ESPN FC's Liverpool bloggers revisit that day.

Sum up your memories of that day

Dave Usher: I watched it in Liverpool city centre...