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Liverpool

Talking Points: Chelsea repeat, Liverpool-Man United, Serie A second

ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses Chelsea's title-clinching win over Crystal Palace and breaks down the keys along Chelsea's road to the title.

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

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Despite being called "boring," "not great," and unattractive this week, Chelsea beat Crystal Palace 1-0 to secure the 2014-15 Premier League trophy. It's the eighth league title Mourinho has won during his managerial career.

Who will be crowned Premier League champions next season?

Though Chelsea have wrapped up the top spot, things got interesting over...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Theo Walcott might be off to Liverpool, Manchester City plan summer fire sale

ESPN FC's Craig Burley argues that Yaya Toure only plays well against the lesser teams of the Premier League, but Gab Marcotti calls out Burley for making similar statements about Lionel Messi.

Collecting and sharing the latest transfer rumours from around the world of football as spring dawns and the summer window is just around the corner ...

Walc' Off?

Contract talks with Raheem Sterling are on hold right now, and it seems Liverpool might be working out a contingency plan in the form of one Theo Walcott.

The Mirror are reporting that Brendan Rodgers, a longtime admirer of the current Arsenal man, will make a summer move for the 26-year-old if they can't pin down Sterling to a...

 By Steven Kelly

Hodgson still grates Liverpool fans

Roy Hodgson -- pictured here after signing Christian Poulsen -- suffered a disastrous spell in charge of Liverpool.

There is still a curious and often bitter relationship between Liverpool supporters and England manager Roy Hodgson. You would not think a measly six months in charge could create so much of a lasting funk but it does.

Some of it was tied into the worship of Rafael Benitez. If you were dismayed, nay outraged, by the decision to get rid of Rafa after one relatively poor season -- especially with everything he had had to contend with in the background -- then you weren't going to accept any successor...