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ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

Premier League fantasy Team of the 2014-15 Season

Thousands of Chelsea fans watch the Premier League champions' victory parade from Stamford Bridge towards the King's Road in west London.

The Premier League campaign is over and most of the end-of-season awards have been dished out. All, that is, apart from the Fantasy Team of the Season.

It will come as no surprise to find champions Chelsea supplying more players than any other club, including the Player of the Year and the two top scoring defenders. 

That they can offer only one attacking player, with Manchester City and Arsenal providing two each, probably says a lot about the way Chelsea played in the final months of the season....

Sepp Blatter: FIFA president's most memorable moments

Sports ethics campaigner Jamie Fuller has called on FIFA's sponsors to withdraw their support and for president Sepp Blatter to resign in the wake of the latest corruption scandal to hit the under-fire organisation.

FIFA president Sepp Blatter is a figure that divides opinion. As he prepares to battle for his job as the head of world football's governing body, here are some of the defining moments from his career to date.

December 1993: As FIFA chief executive, Blatter inadvertently found himself playing the straight man when comedian Robin Williams joined him on stage for the 1994 World Cup draw.

Referring to him as "Mr. Bladder," Williams added: "It's nice to meet you after all these years of feeling you."...

FIFA elections: Sepp Blatter vs. Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein - who will win?

How things unfolded throughout an incredible day for FIFA.

A low-key election for the FIFA presidency has exploded into life after the U.S. Department of Justice charged nine current and former officials from world football's governing body plus five others with corruption in one of the biggest scandals in the game's history.

Friday's vote by the 209 members of FIFA -- set to start at 9.30 BST (4.30 ET) and run throughout the day -- was widely expected to be little more than a formality for incumbent Sepp Blatter. Most of the football family have pledged...

La Liga 2014-15 Best XI

Barcelona put a cap on their La Liga season by celebrating their title in the Camp Nou.
A disappointing season for Real Madrid by their lofty standards, having failed to win La Liga or the Champions League and the campaign ending with the sacking of manager Carlo Ancelotti.

Barcelona won the title in Spain but which 11 players make up the team of the season? We asked Dermot Corrigan for his Best XI.

ESPN FC brings you the best starting XI from the 2014-15 La Liga season.
Dermot Corrigan 's Best XI for the 2014-15 La Liga season. What do you think?

Goalkeeper

Claudio Bravo , Barcelona: 23 clean sheets in 37 appearances (just 0.51 goals conceded a game) helped the Chile international to the 'Zamora' award for La Liga's best goalkeeper in his first season at the Camp Nou.

Defenders

Dani Alves, Barcelona: Alves, now 32, has had his best season for some time, reducing the lapses in concentration and positioning, and...

Arsenal to retain FA Cup with victory over a spirited Aston Villa

A look at Aston Villa's best bits on their way to the FA Cup final against Arsenal.

Arsenal's class to prevail The domestic season comes to an end on Saturday with the FA Cup final between Arsenal and Aston Villa and if you look at the league positions alone, it should be a one-sided affair.

But as everyone knows, the Cup has a habit of producing shocks and there are enough examples of the underdog winning -- think Coventry, Wimbledon, Portsmouth among others -- for holders Arsenal not take anything for granted.

Arsene Wenger's men are 1/2 favourites to win the match in 90 minutes,...

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Sevilla confirm European dominance but prepare to rebuild once more

The ESPN FC panel outline Sevilla's thrilling Europa League final vicory over the ever-resilent Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk to secure their fourth UEFA Cup.
Sevilla clinch back-to-back Europa League titles led by two goals from Carlos Bacca.
The ESPN FC experts discuss the chances of Sevilla making history if they win the UEFA Europa League final against Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk.

WARSAW, Poland -- Warsaw supplied compelling evidence of Spain's dominance of European football, even if Sevilla might point to the Europa League, the competition they have won four times in nine years, as their own personal domain.

There will be five Spanish clubs in 2015-16's Champions League, as winning the Europa League now qualifies the victor for its big-brother competition. Sevilla finished fifth in La Liga this season behind Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Valencia. The qualities...