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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Mario Balotelli, Angel Di Maria among Premier League's worst finishers

Some players found it almost impossible to find the back of the net when a chance was presented to them in 2014-15. In fact two players in particular couldn't even muster a single goal. Here, we run through the most wasteful players of the last Premier League season.

The qualifying criteria is a minimum of 30 shots (excluding blocked shots).

You can also check out the 10 best finishers and the goalkeeper stats.

Angel Di Maria
Craig Gardner
Scott Arfield
Jonjo Shelvey
Ross Barkley
Willian
Ryan Mason
Mario Balotelli
Jesus Navas
Fabian Delph

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Tim Howard worst of Premier League keepers, Joe Hart among the best

Which goalkeepers produced real heroics last season, and which showed that their better days could be behind them? We reveal the best and worst of 2014-15.

The qualifying criteria is a minimum of 20 games played.

You can also check out the 10 most clinical players of last season, and the 10 worst players in front of goal.

Best Keepers
Worst Keepers

Garry Monk, Tony Pulis and Alan Pardew: Is mid-table an achievement?

All three managers will have similar ideas of success this season.

If there is a fine line between success and failure, a manager in search of a stress-free life might be looking for the elusive area between underachievement and overachievement. Underperform and his position comes into question. Exceed expectations and he is challenged to do even better. Even repeating his earlier exploits can bring suggestions his side have not progressed.

Such are the problems that confront Garry Monk, Tony Pulis and Alan Pardew this season. They have set the bar high. In their...

 By Max Hicks

Garry Monk must build on positive first full season at Swansea

Andre Ayew is Swansea's big summer arrival as Garry Monk looks to build on the success of last term.

Swansea enjoyed a positive campaign under Garry Monk last season. Here's a look at what to expect from Monk's men as we approach the new campaign ...

Preview

After another summer of astute transfer business, Swansea are in excellent shape to better last season's record-setting campaign.

Biggest concern

With the success of last season still fresh in the mind and impressive summer reinforcements pouring through the doors early on, the Swans have few worries heading into their next campaign.

Improving...


 By Max Hicks

Shelvey's new contract a good move for player and club

Jonjo Shelvey was a stalwart for Swansea in 2014-15, appearing in 31 matches.

Swansea's concentration on squad building isn't just about adding new talent. The addition of players like Andre Ayew, Franck Tabanou and Eder has been exciting to watch, but these players have been brought in to supplement rather than replace the existing squad. With that in mind, Jonjo Shelvey's new contract extension is every bit as important to the future of the club as his new teammates should prove to be.

Shelvey's move to Swansea from Liverpool in the summer of 2013 was greeted with mixed...

Terry, Walcott, Carrick and Van Persie available in 2016 as deals expire

The summer transfer market is already being shaped by players whose previous clubs proved unable or unwilling to keep them when their contracts were expiring.

Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba, James Milner, Danny Ings and Glen Johnson have all moved on this summer and the window next year will be no different.

As a host of players enter the final year of their deals, coveted footballers can find themselves in an even more enviable position when they are able to enter the market without...