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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

Eden Hazard, Diego Costa among Premier League's most clinical

Who could you rely on to find the back of the net when a chance came their way last season? Here, we run through the most clinical players of the 2014-15 Premier League season.

Find out who are the 10 worst finishers on Wednesday.

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

You can also check out the worst finishers, as well as the best and worst goalkeepers of the previous campaign.

Olivier Giroud
Eden Hazard
Jonathan Walters
Harry Kane
Leonardo Ulloa
David Silva
Mame Biram Diouf
Nacer Chadli
Papiss Cisse
Diego Costa

 By Ben Pearce

Tottenham make early signings but still thin at midfield and forward

Will Tottenham be able to improve upon their fifth place finish? The FC guys don't think so.

Tottenham moved quickly at the start of the transfer window -- just as manager Mauricio Pochettino had hoped -- and Kevin Wimmer and Kieran Trippier were both at White Hart Lane before June 20. When Toby Alderweireld arrived in early July, it seemed Spurs really had learned the lessons of previous summers, when they had habitually started the Premier League campaign with important business still to do.

But, almost one month on, the strengthening process has slowed. Unwanted players have continued...

 By Ben Pearce

Champions League the aim again for Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham

Will Tottenham be able to improve upon their fifth place finish? The FC guys don't think so.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Ross Dyer predict how Belgian defender Toby Alderweireld will fit in at White Hart Lane.

The aim remains a return to the Champions League for Tottenham as Mauricio Pochettino prepares for his second season as Spurs boss. Here's a look at what to expect from Tottenham as we approach the new campaign ...

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Can Harry Kane do it again as Tottenham seek to close the gap on the top four and solve the Europa League conundrum?

Biggest concern

The continuing reliance on Harry Kane. Tottenham moved quickly at the start of the summer to improve their defence, signing two centre-backs...

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Harry Kane: Can Tottenham's new hero keep up his striking success?

Will Tottenham be able to improve upon their fifth place finish? The FC guys don't think so.
Tottenham head coach Mauricio Pochettino is pleased with Harry Kane's maturity and his ability to handle the pressure of being a high profile player.

The 2014-15 Premier League season was no vintage campaign but it did supply one classic match. On New Year's Day, a 5-3 defeat at Tottenham briefly let Manchester City draw dead level with Chelsea, as only alphabetical order separated them that evening.

For their brief parity, City had the brilliance of Tottenham's Harry Kane to thank. In scoring twice, winning a penalty and supplying an assist, Kane provided the individual performance of the entire season. It was the moment he embraced his stardom,...

 By John Crace

Kane in fine form, but Spurs still need another striker

Tottenham head coach Mauricio Pochettino is pleased with Harry Kane's maturity and his ability to handle the pressure of being a high profile player.

The result was of little consequence. The 2-1 defeat to the MLS All-Stars in Colorado was Spurs' first proper preseason outing and building match fitness was the key objective. Up against players who are already midway through their own season, Tottenham understandably looked a little under-cooked at times; but with another two friendlies in Germany to squeeze in before the opening Premier League game against Manchester United on August 8, Spurs look in reasonable shape -- certainly better than...