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 By Nick Miller

Premier League's best final days of the season -- Top Tenner

The ESPN FC panel choose their top picks for next season's Premier League title.

While Sunday's conclusion of the 2014-15 Premier League season may be short on drama -- Newcastle and Hull's battle to avoid relegation aside -- England's top-flight finales have previously been fraught with tension. Here, Nick Miller ranks the best final days to have been witnessed in the competitions history.

10. 2005-06 -- Tottenham and the lasagne

It's vaguely depressing that coming fourth has long since become an achievement in the Premier League, never mind an achievement that is to be frantically...

 By Kevin Palmer

Alan Pardew hails 2014-15 as his best after Newcastle to Palace switch

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew details how his side can improve from their current midtable position.

If Alan Pardew's Crystal Palace side beat Swansea at Selhurst Park on Sunday, the manager who started this campaign as the focal point of frustration for a vocal army of Newcastle supporters will have claimed 57 points from the 37 Premier League games he has taken charge of this season. It is a record that Pardew is rightfully proud to promote, and as he sat down with ESPN FC for an exclusive interview to reflect on a campaign that he describes as his best yet in a 16-year management career, one...

Carlo Ancelotti, Iker Casillas, Gareth Bale -- will they stay at Real or go?

The ESPN FC crew respond to the reports suggesting Carlo Ancelotti will be replaced by Rafael Benitez at Real Madrid next season.

With La Liga out of reach, Real Madrid have little but pride to play for when neighbours Getafe make the short trip across the Spanish capital to the Santiago Bernabeu for the final match of a frustrating season for manager Carlo Ancelotti and his men.

Madrid may have added the UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup to their trophy cabinet this season but a failure to win titles in La Liga, the Champions League or the Copa del Rey has left the finger of president Florentino Perez hovering above...

 By Mark Lovell

Manuel Neuer heads up Bayern Munich's top performers of the season

Manuel Neuer only needed to make one stop in the penalty shootout to send Bayern through to the DFB-Pokal semifinals.
Manuel Neuer has made 30 Bundesliga appearances this season, recording 62 saves.

With the Bundesliga season coming to a close, Mark Lovell takes a look at Bayern Munich's best five players over the course of the campaign...

1. Manuel Neuer

Unlike many of his high-profile teammates, Manuel Neuer managed to steer clear of injury and comes out on top as a reward for stellar performances throughout the season.

The sweeper-keeper continues to take the art of goalkeeping to new levels and was at his record-breaking best, conceding only four goals (in 17 league games) before the winter...

 By Chris Wright

Your Premier League team's season summed up in one movie

The Premier League season is almost over, so it got us thinking. What film would best sum up your club's season in the Premier League? Let's delve right in, shall we -- beginning with the title winners.

Chelsea - Ocean's Twelve: Big budget remake that has proved slick, suave and effective but not quite as good as the original version.


Crystal Palace - Lock, Stock, Two Smoking Barrels: A lively yarn about plucky Cockney underdogs just about getting away with it in the end.

Manchester United - The...

 By Andy Mitten

Manchester United's season ends in Hull amid Moscow and Rome memories

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal had a special relationship with the media this season. Take a look at some of his best quotes from the year.

Manchester United go to Hull City for the final game of the season on Sunday, just as they did in 2009. Then, as now, Hull faced relegation. A United side who had already been crowned champions won 1-0 thanks to a Darron Gibson goal but results elsewhere went in the hosts' favour and they stayed up.

United beat Hull 3-0 in November, a game which Louis van Gaal maintained was the first time his philosophy had kicked in, but it must be said that Steve Bruce's side were the worst to visit Old Trafford...