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 By Alex Crook

Ronaldo Koeman's Southampton to benefit from Man United cup triumph

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner discuss Southampton's season and why they may have been the most underrated side in the Premier League.

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman may be tempted to shake old enemy Louis van Gaal by the hand should the former friends turned foes happen to be sat on adjoining sun loungers in Portugal this summer.

It is well documented Koeman and Van Gaal do not see eye to eye after falling out spectacularly when they worked together at Dutch giants Ajax as head coach and technical director, respectively.

The biggest irony of their spat is that the Dutch pair's summer homes in plush Vale do Lobo, a swanky...

 By Alex Crook

Southampton progressed again and have a solid foundation to build on

Southampton boss Ronald Koeman speaks about his St Mary's future and downplays links to Everton.

With the season over, it's time to assess Southampton's 2015-16 season. Here's a look back at Ronald Koeman's campaign.

Where will Southampton finish next season?

Season in a sentence

Another season of progression for Southampton, who would have had a shot at not just a Europa League spot but maybe even the top four had they avoided a midseason dip in form.

Highlight

Manager Koeman's tweet summed it up beautifully: "We March On." Three simple words alongside the scorelines and crests from Southampton's wins against Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League season in a sentence as Leicester crowned champions

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol reflects on the Premier League season.

It was another memorable Premier League campaign. Our ESPN FC bloggers take a quick look at how their team fared in the 2015-16 season.

LEICESTER: Leicester ended 2015-16 with a fairytale Premier League title, the PFA player of the year, a Premier League scoring record and Champions League football -- so not bad, then! -- Ben Jacobs

ARSENAL: Not good enough to sustain a title challenge but not bad enough to drop out of the top four -- stop me if you think you've heard this one before. -- 

 By Nick Miller

Tim Howard, Danny Drinkwater, Sadio Mane lead final Team of the Weekend

The ESPN FC TV team analyse the final Premier League Team of the Weekend for 2015-16.

After each round of Premier League fixtures, ESPN FC brings you its Team of the Weekend. Our panel of experts carefully select 11 star performers, along with a manager.

Do you agree or disagree? You can have your say on those picked or overlooked in the comments section at the foot of the article or on Twitter using the hashtag #TOTW. Plus, tune in to Monday's ESPN FC TV show for more reaction.

TOTW May 15 Take 2
ESPN FC's Team of the Weekend

Goalkeeper: Tim Howard (Everton)
The Team of the Weekend panel are normally an impartial and...

 By Alex Crook

Sadio Mane shines in Southampton's victorious finale vs. Crystal Palace

Manager Ronald Koeman's stock continues to rise after guiding Southampton to their highest ever Premier League finish and club record points haul for the second season in a row.

Sunday's Sadio Mane-inspired 4-1 win at home to FA Cup finalists Crystal Palace means Saints will finish at least in sixth place and maybe as high as fifth, pending the outcome of Manchester United's re-arranged game with south coast neighbours Bournemouth.

The victory, in which Mane scored and won a penalty, also...

 By Alex Crook

Southampton seek to solidify Europe place and Ronald Koeman's future

Ronald Koeman explains he still has a year left in his Southampton contract, amidst the Everton rumours.

As Southampton manager Ronald Koeman prepares for a make-or-break final game of the season against Crystal Palace on Sunday, his bosses are making it very difficult for the Dutchman to find reason not to renew his contract.

Koeman will be a free agent when his present three-year deal expires at the end of the 2016-17 campaign and has been delaying talks over an extension until after his Europa League-chasing side's home clash with FA Cup finalists Crystal Palace.

Last week Koeman was almost...