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Fer not a fit for QPR in the Championship

QPR manager Chris Ramsey insists his side are looking to return to the Premier League next season and congratulates Charlie Austin on his England call-up.

Anyone who saw Leroy Fer's goal for QPR in the 2-1 win over Newcastle two weeks ago will know he has the quality to play in the Premier League. But if you saw his defensive contributions for two of the five goals the club conceded against Leicester on Sunday, you might assume he doesn't have the heart for a Championship slog.

Marc Albrighton gave the Netherlands international a 12-metre head start in their race for the ball in the build-up to Leicester's second goal and the Englishman still cruised...

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Norwich book their Premier League return with 2-0 win vs. Middlesbrough

Nathan Redmond and Norwich fully deserved their Wembley win that booked their Premier League return.

LONDON, England -- Early goals from Cameron Jerome and Nathan Redmond pushed Norwich back into the Premier League with a 2-0 win over Middlesbrough at Wembley. Here are three quick observations from the Championship play-off final.

1. Norwich are back in the Premier League

Wembley's stadium announced labelled Monday's game as "the most lucrative game in world football," rather unhelpful for those nervously lining up to play their part. As is tradition for the losing team, the gate receipts will...

 By Michael Cox

How Lukaku, Berahino and Welbeck, Prem's fastest strikers, use their pace

Romelu Lukaku's movement off the ball makes him a nightmare for Premier League defenders.
Romelu Lukaku's movement off the ball makes him a nightmare for Premier League defenders.

As football changes stylistically, the perceived value of individual attributes often changes dramatically.

Over the past couple of decades, the quality that has enjoyed the biggest surge in demand is simple: pace. Once viewed as a handy bonus for an attacker, it's now become a pre-requisite for almost every position, to the extent that even goalkeepers are criticised for being slow off their line.

It's one of the most basic footballing qualities, to the point it's not even a footballing quality...

Dismal Everton season ends with apathetic defeat

Everton head coach Roberto Martinez discusses his team's tenth-place finish in the Premier League and believes their European fixtures prevented them from finishing higher.

Losing always hurts, but this final day 1-0 defeat to Tottenham hurt more than most. There are basic requirements expected of those in a blue shirt, namely endeavour and a basic show of pride, players actually appearing to care about the match happening around them.

Too many players failed in that regard. Defeat number 15 is the coup de grace of a truly forgettable season; a third defeat in four matches ensures a bottom-half finish for the first time in nine years and the lowest points tally since...

 By Andy Mitten

Manchester United plan for Champions League return as 2014-15 ends

Victor Valdes had an impressive day in goal to earn his side a draw at Hull and relegate the Tigers.
Who stayed up? Who's heading to the Championship? Who will be playing in Europe next season? We have everything you may have missed from the last Sunday in the Premier League right here.
Louis van Gaal, middle, has already begun to plan for the 2015-16 season.

Some Manchester United players, who enjoyed an end-of-season night out in Manchester on Sunday hours after the dull 0-0 draw at Hull, won't see each other again.

Professional football is full of players who've not seen former teammates since the day they left a club and it's inconceivable that United's class of 2014-15 will ever reunite to celebrate the anniversary of trophy wins because they didn't win any.

United aim is for silverware next season and it will be another busy summer of change at...

David Hirshey's Best Premier League XI for the 2014-15 season

The ESPN FC crew discuss the Premier League team of the year.
Who stayed up? Who's heading to the Championship? Who will be playing in Europe next season? We have everything you may have missed from the last Sunday in the Premier League right here.

I could have made this so easy; just copy Chelsea's roster and call it my Premier League Best XI for 2014-15. Ok, I might have knocked out a couple of the lesser players like Ruben Loftus-Cheek and that guy in a mask whose best pass of 2015 earned him a one-game suspension, but the real reason I decided not to was that I didn't want to ape the Professional Football Association -- they named practically every member of the title-winning squad, except for Jose Mourinho's personal meditation swami.

So...