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 By Chris Wright

Ronaldo, Ibra, Van Gaal and an armadillo in the Toe Poke awards

Fan of the season

British Prime Minister (and supposedly "lifelong" Aston Villa fan) David Cameron, who recently suffered the brain-muddle of temporarily forgetting which football team he supports while at a political event.

Hey, it happens to us all once in a while, right? At least he got the club colours right.

Mascot of the season

Austria Vienna mascot Super Leo, who stumbled on to the middle of the pitch in a drunken stupor after the final whistle and promptly collapsed in an unmoveable heap...

 By Chris Rann

Fonte leads from the back as Schneiderlin and Wanyama star

Jose Fonte has formed the basis for a fine season by Southampton.

It's been an incredible season from Southampton after a summer of upheaval that would have been enough to send most clubs spiralling. After losing some of their best players and their manager, those who came in did wonders as Saints finished in the top half. Although a top four spot eluded them as the season wore on, it's still been a great time on the south coast. 

Player ratings (1-10, with 10 the best. Players with fewer than 10 appearances not counted):

GK Fraser Forster, 8 -- The giant...

 By John Crace

Kane shines bright amid a season of dull performances at Tottenham

England Under-21 manager Gareth Southgate feels Harry Kane will thrive at the European Championships in the Czech Republic.

At the start of the season, most Tottenham fans would have realistically settled for a fifth- or sixth-place finish and a Wembley cup final. Yet come the end, the prevailing sense is one of frustration and disappointment.

No one ever thought it would be easy with a new manager, Mauricio Pochettino, taking over after a previous season in which two managers had been sacked. It takes time for a new manager to establish a rapport with the players and impose a style of play. Even so, the best that can...

 By Steven Kelly

Disappointing year for Liverpool but Can, Coutinho, Mignolet offer hope

The ESPN FC panel discuss Brendan Rodgers' future at Liverpool and believe he is not capable enough to manage the club.

Individually and collectively, Liverpool were a major letdown this season. The much-sought-after Champions League matches were a damp squib, with no consolation in the Europa League after defeat to Besiktas.

Domestically there was a revival of sorts in the league, but it came far too late and was deflated by a dismal finish. Injuries, poor form and confusion with tactics affected almost every player, and though some can be proud of their efforts, most will want to forget this season as much as the...

 By Peter Wood

Sanchez and Coquelin lead Arsenal to improved season

The ESPN FC team talk about Arsenal FC's performance in the Premier League, where Stuart Holden believes Arsenal have improved this season.

Arsenal have shown that it's not just games that are two halves; seasons are split the same way and are just as unpredictable. After the worst start in 32 years combined with the most embarrassing injury pile of Arsene Wenger's tenure, the club turned their fortunes around with a stunning second half of the season.

Wenger steadied the ship and made some sharp progress in areas of the team that he's traditionally neglected or assumed would magically auto-correct. Great strides were made on the fitness...

 By David Mooney

Sergio Aguero shines but too many City stars fail in title defence

The ESPN FC panel respond to the reports suggesting James Milner rejected an offer from Manchester City.

Manchester City don't have a great track record when it comes to title defences. That's illustrated by the 2014-15 campaign, which has been their best attempt at defending their crown although the season was underwhelming.

Manuel Pellegrini has come close to losing his job but beats being relegated as champions, like the club managed in 1938. Nobody else has ever done that before or since.

This season hasn't been one that fans will look back on fondly and it's been a disappointingly stuttered campaign...