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Five best European-based players this season aged 21 or younger

Juventus and Sassuolo co-own Italian prodigy Domenico Berardi.

With the large majority of the European leagues having come to a close, now is the time to take a step back and reflect on the season that was. With that in mind, here are our top five best-performing young players, currently aged 21 or younger, for the 2014-15 season.

Domenico Berardi | 20 | Sassuolo | Striker

Domenico Berardi burst onto the Serie A scene with 16 goals during the 2013-14 season. He looked an excellent all-round forward: agile, hard-working, intelligent in his movements and a good...

The Serie A 2014-15 Best XI

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti talks Serie A, and discusses all the talking points of the final week of the season in Italy
ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti discusses Lazio's stunning victory over Napoli with Champions League football on the line.

Juventus dominated another Italian season but how many bianconeri players make James Horncastle's team of 2014-15?

Serie A best XI
James Horncastle's Best XI for the 2014-15 Serie A season.

Goalkeeper

Gianluigi Buffon, Juventus: His longevity is all the more impressive when contrasted with the sudden decline of his great contemporary Iker Casillas, a player three years his junior. The 37-year-old kept 18 clean sheets in 33 league games.

Right-back

Matteo Darmian, Torino: Built on last season and an enterprising display against England at the World Cup....

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Blatter elected, Arsenal title hopes, Barca-Juve, next stop for Klopp -- vote!

The Duke of Cambridge has called for reform at FIFA, urging football's governing body to 'put the sport first'.

Football always inspires debate, and this weekend was no exception. Here are five burning questions on the ESPN FC radar.

Vote and comment below or on Twitter using the hashtag #FCtalkingpoints.

The biggest news of the week (year?) was the indictment of FIFA officials from around the world for alleged widespread corruption throughout football's governing body over the past 20 years. Nonetheless, FIFA president Sepp Blatter won re-election for a fifth term on Friday.

Is it fair that Sepp Blatter is still FIFA president?

Arsenal put on an impressive...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus understandably distracted in Hellas Verona draw with Barca next

Carlos Tevez was off vs. Hellas Verona, perhaps with his mind on Barcelona or the Serie A Golden Boot.

Mistakes were made, the concentration wasn't there and the rhythm was off, but Juventus still managed a 2-2 draw against Hellas Verona, a side that simply refused to be defeated by the Old Lady yet again this year.

Deployed in a 4-3-3 formation, Andrea Mandorlini's men seemed determined to attack, attempting to exploit the fact the Bianconeri were not too interested in another league triumph. With Luca Toni chasing the capocannoniere title, the team played for him to ensure he would grab the necessary...

 By Mina Rzouki

Gigi Buffon, Carlos Tevez and Paul Pogba propel Juve to near perfection

ESPN FC's Shaka HIslop believes that Juventus are getting used to things going their way and will be brimming with confidence when they face Barcelona in the Champions League final.

Every season since Antonio Conte arrived at Juventus, the team has impressed, winning more and more with each passing year. Yet no season has been as excellent as this one under Massimiliano Allegri.

Capable of accomplishing the treble, the tactician has presided over real growth in the team and his players have finally managed to fulfil their potential.

Player ratings (1-10; 10=best. Players with fewer than 10 appearances not counted)

GK Gianluigi Buffon, 9 -- What more can we say about a goalkeeper...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus defeat Napoli to underline their winning mentality in Serie A

Juve coach Massimiliano Allegri says his side can win the treble this season if they keep up their intensity.

Critics often like to tell us that Italian football isn't competitive enough. Teams apparently adopt negative approaches to games and once they sense their inferiority, they stop fighting.

While the likes of Bayern Munich and Chelsea have nothing left to play for, Juventus continue in their quest for success and managed yet another victory as they won 3-1 against Napoli on Saturday afternoon.

A second-string squad playing only for pride, Massimiliano Allegri's men proved they simply like to win....