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Fantasy follow-up: Week 38

Theo Walcott's final day hat trick scored big for fantasy owners.
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The ESPN FC fantasy game for 2014-15 ended with an outburst of goals from Theo Walcott and a disappointing final game for Liverpool and Steven Gerrard.

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Welcome to ESPN FC's #PremRank.

Beginning May 25, ESPN FC is counting down the top 50 players in the Premier League right now, as voted for by various columnists, editors and analysts. Who makes the cut? Disagree with our list? Tell us on Twitter using the hashtag #PremRank.


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Caixinha-Vucetich coaching battle headlines Liga MX final

Santos' Pedro Caixinha and Queretaro's Victor Manuel Vucetich will match wits in the Liga MX final.
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That nobody expected Queretaro or Santos Laguna to be anywhere near the Liga MX final this Clausura almost goes without saying.

Los Gallos Blancos have never before reached a final -- which will be played on Thursday and Sunday -- and will be going for their first ever trophy, while Los Guerreros entered the 2015 Clausura in a transition process after having lost a number of key players over the last year.

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

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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.

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