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 By John Crace

Spurs striker Harry Kane a fine candidate for Player of the Year

The ESPN FC crew discuss the Player of the Year nominees, with Harry Kane expected to push Eden Hazard for the award.

With the Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year award shortlist announced, here is a look at Tottenham's Harry Kane and his prospects of winning ...

PFA Player of the Year winners

2013-14: Luis Suarez
2012-13: Gareth Bale
2011-12: Robin van Persie
2010-11: Gareth Bale
2009-10: Wayne Rooney
2008-09: Ryan Giggs
2007-08: Cristiano Ronaldo
2006-07: Cristiano Ronaldo
2005-06: Steven Gerrard
2004-05: John Terry

Sum up Kane's season

A comfortable 9/10. At the start of the season, it seemed unlikely Kane would get a first team start in any competition other than the Europa League. Roberto Soldado and Emmanuel Adebayor were both well ahead of Kane in coach Mauricio Pochettino's preferred list of strikers.

Now, the Spaniard and the Togolese...

 By Ian Darke

Premier League's top teams have all seen their fortunes change in 2015

Big, big, big, big game in the Premier League. The boys are joined by Radamel Falcao and the "Special One" ahead of Chelsea's clash with Manchester United.

The mood has changed in the Premier League.

Forget almost everything you were hearing even a few months ago. Back then, so we all thought, Manchester City had such a talented squad that they might easily overhaul Chelsea at the top. Manchester United were a disjointed outfit that surely could not make the top four as Louis van Gaal groped hopelessly for a winning formula. Arsenal fans were, as usual, bombarding radio stations with calls for Arsene Wenger to go.

Liverpool were labouring in a midtable...

 By Chris Wright

Tim Sherwood's celebrations vs. Spurs captured in Aston Villa video

Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood recaps his side's 1-0 win over his old club, Tottenham.

Reasons to be cheerful have proved few and far between at Aston Villa this season, so with a rare chance to celebrate cropping up this weekend, the club have seized their opportunity to milk it for all it's worth.

Following Villa's impressive 1-0 victory against manager Tim Sherwood's former club Tottenham on Saturday afternoon, the rejuvenated club posted a highlight reel of their boss' various jubilant full-time celebrations on their official YouTube channel.

The video contains almost two full...

 By Ben Pearce

Average Spurs struggle against Villa as season drifts to disappointing end

Tottenham lost at home to Aston Villa on Saturday courtesy of Christian Benteke's strike for Tim Sherwood's men.

Tottenham were frustrated, failing to score for the second game in a row, and Tim Sherwood enjoyed a perfect return to White Hart Lane as his Aston Villa side departed with all three points in a 1-0 away win.

After last Sunday's dull goalless draw at Burnley, Tottenham's fans were hoping for a bit of entertainment, if nothing else, but they saw little to raise their spirits.

Christian Benteke continued his scoring spree for Villa, heading home during a first half in which Spurs struggled for creativity...

Benteke strikes to stun Spurs and hand Sherwood and Villa crucial win

Tim Sherwood marked his return to White Hart Lane with a surprising 1-0 victory over Tottenham.
Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood recaps his side's 1-0 win over his old club, Tottenham.

LONDON -- A trio of thoughts from Aston Villa's 1-0 victory at Tottenham as Tim Sherwood came back to haunt his former club.

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1. Sherwood returns to surprise Spurs

Just 10 months after he left Tottenham as manager, Tim Sherwood returned to claim a 1-0 win that could keep Aston Villa in the Premier League.

There is now a much more comfortable gap between Sherwood's side and the relegation zone thanks to this fine away win, just as there was always an uncomfortable gap between the brilliant Christian...

 By John Crace

Tottenham can't repeat Burnley woe in upcoming Aston Villa match

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino commends Burnely for being extremely difficult to break down.
Tottenham need to end their inconsistent Premier League campaign on a high to serve as a building block for the 2015-16 season.

Five days on and Tottenham's away game against Burnley remains a horror show. More positive people have tried to put a more optimistic spin on the goalless draw.

There are better teams than Mauricio Pochettino's side that have failed to come away with three points this season at Turf Moor including both Manchester clubs. Burnley are a well-drilled team who are hard to break down and all things considered, a point was not a bad result.

All of which would have had some merit earlier in the season....