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Manchester City

 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...

 By Simon Curtis

Klopp or Ancelotti could replace Pellegrini if he has poor summer

Manchester City failed to achieve back-to-back Premier League titles but hung on to finish second behind Chelsea.

Time waits for nobody in modern football. Manchester City are already in Canada for a friendly match against Toronto FC following the end of the Premier League season. Soon they will wake up in Houston for another game.

Among this brisk travel schedule, manager Manuel Pellegrini -- perhaps hoping to avoid the glaring spotlight for a week or two -- has already found himself with microphones thrust in front of him following a tiring season. It really never stops.

MANCHESTER CITY LATEST

- Report Card: City earn a B+
- Brewin: Six defining games

- Macintosh: Elite Milner without fanfare
- Jolly: Lampard's fitting finale
- RATINGS: Lampard leaves with 8/10
- Transfers: Sterling wants out of Liverpool

Rather than things stopping, you...

 By Simon Curtis

Manchester City dethroned following difficult campaign for Pellegrini

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini admits it's difficult to challenge for the Premier League title

With the Premier League season over, here's a look back at Manchester City's campaign as thoughts turn toward the summer and next season.

Your season in a sentence and final grade: B+

Highlight

It was probably Roma (away), as the Champions League campaign had again faltered and looked like tripping City up even before they'd exited the group stages. However, a display of great character in the Olympic Stadium in Rome took City through to the inevitable meeting with Barcelona. It was a night when...

Joe Hart gets a fright at baseball batting practice!

Before turning to football full-time, Joe Hart was a promising cricketer -- he's still got some skills! -- but the Manchester City goalkeeper got to grips with a different type of bat on the club's post-season tour of North America.

Along with Richard Wright and James Milner, Hart visited the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team and the trio tried their hand at some batting practice. As you can see, it was a reminder to Hart to keep his eye on the ball and a test of his reflexes!

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League top six vote for their Team of the Season

The ESPN FC crew discuss the Premier League team of the year.

We asked our ESPN FC bloggers to pick their best XI of the season from the top six teams in the Premier League. Do you agree? Tell us on Twitter and join the debate.

Kurt Zouma is a surprise choice in Mark Worrall's Chelsea midfield.
Simon Curtis says Vincent Kompany barely made it into his City team.
James McNicholas deploys Aaron Ramsey on the right, despite question marks over his best position.
Musa Okwonga was impressed by Marouane Fellaini's attacking instincts this season.
Ben Pearce says there's no question who shone for Spurs this term, with Harry Kane leading the line.
Steven Kelly struggled to name a best Liverpool XI, with a series of below-par performers.

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Young, Kane, Delph, Kane and Hart among most improved in the Prem

The ESPN FC crew discuss the Premier League team of the year.

They are the comeback kids, those who threw back the doubts to become leading men for their teams.

While many might bemoan the 2014-15 Premier League season as one lacking in quality, here are six players who raised their game and made themselves indispensable.

Ashley Young (Manchester United)

Recriminations flew in several different directions during David Moyes' disastrous tenure at Manchester United in 2013-14. Young was a particular pariah, barracked by his own club's fans who disliked his...