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Ancelotti exit proves Florentino Perez is Real's best asset and worst enemy

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Mark Donaldson react to the news that Real Madrid has fired Carlo Ancelotti and the rumours that Rafael Benitez will be the next manager.

His players have spoken out: they want him to stay. Those fans polled by the Madrid media want him to stay, and by an overwhelming majority. The Bernabeu faithful, very rarely faithful when it comes right down to it, have used their voices in an informal plebiscite; they'd have him back next season. He, himself, wants to stay.

So why is Carlo Ancelotti no longer the Madrid manager?

It's a serious question. The answer is that there are no direct football criteria with which to construct an...

 By Phil Lythell

Jose Mourinho relied on core players to return Premier League glory to Chelsea

Alison Bender takes to the streets of London for Chelsea's victory parade and finds out just how much the fans love Jose Mourinho.

Job done. The Premier League is over now over, having been won at a canter with three games remaining. Chelsea have enjoyed the denouement to their campaign basking in the glory of being champions without having the pressure to win games.

An extended celebration climaxing with an open-top bus parade through the streets of SW6 has been wallowed in and deservedly so. Each element of the team has been crucial to the collective success with different periods of the season seeing different areas emerge...

 By Max Hicks

Monk must get Swansea summer signings done early

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.

Half of Crystal Palace's goals this season have come from set pieces, so it probably shouldn't be a surprise that the solitary strike which gave the London club a 1-0 victory on Sunday came from a free kick.

The match was meaningless for Swansea, but goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski went into the game with a chance of earning the Premier League's golden glove award for most clean sheets. After Marouane Chamakh put an end to that aspiration just before the hour mark, the rest of the game became academic.

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Agudelo stating his case, while Cameron makes questionable choice

The ESPN FC panel debate whether or not it is time for Jozy Altidore to make way for Aron Johannsson up front for the United States.

When the national team begins gathering in Amsterdam on Thursday to prepare for next month's marquee friendlies against the Netherlands and Germany, the focus will be on the forwards.

Jozy Altidore is out -- the 25-year-old will miss both matches with a strained left hamstring, it was confirmed last week. And with a month, minimum, to wait before Jurgen Klinsmann's first-choice striker will return to the field with Toronto FC, concern that the 25-year-old won't be match-fit when the all-important...

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 playoff final.

1. Norwich are back in the Premier League

Wembley's stadium announced labeled 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...