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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).

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

Rickie Lambert's arrival at West Brom will boost their attack

Saido Berahino, right, and Rickie Lambert have all of the attributes to be a strong pair at striker.

West Brom's capture of Rickie Lambert from Liverpool is their third signing of the summer and the most important yet.

Albion were heavily reliant on Saido Berahino for goals last season (he scored 14 of the club's 38 goals in that campaign) and manager Tony Pulis simply couldn't afford to be as dependent on the striker this season. The signing of Lambert should help ease the burden on their lead forward, as it means the club now has two proven Premier League goal-scorers in their squad.

Lambert...

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...

Tony Pulis hopes to avoid a relegation scrap with West Brom

Tony Pulis described West Brom's 2014-15 campaign as fantastic after replacing Alan Irvine.

Tony Pulis kept West Brom in the Premier League last season but will want to avoid another relegation scrap this time around. Here's a look at what to expect from Pulis' men as we approach the new campaign ...

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Biggest concern

Saido Berahino getting injured for a lengthy period of time. West Brom were heavily reliant on Berahino for goals last season, with the young forward contributing 14 of Albion's 38 league goals.

His pace and ability to bring others into play also was crucial to the...

Diaby would be a superb acquisition for West Brom

In the past three seasons, Abou Diaby has appeared in just 12 Premier League matches.
In the past three seasons, Abou Diaby has appeared in just 12 Premier League matches.

West Brom are looking to make their second signing of the summer, with former Arsenal midfielder Abou Diaby being offered a contract by Tony Pulis and having his medical over the weekend.

Although the deal is some way from being complete -- Diaby also has a contract offer from Marseille -- the Frenchman would represent a superb acquisition for Albion. West Brom have four central midfielders on their books at the moment, but none possess the all-action, box-to-box qualities which convinced Arsene...

Tony Pulis can shape West Brom as he likes in this summer transfer window

Tony Pulis' return to Selhurst Park was a triumphant one.
With the technical director and head of recruitment out of the way, Tony Pulis can shape West Brom as he sees fit.

Following the departure of technical director Terry Burton and head of recruitment Mervyn Day, Tony Pulis is beginning to put his mark on West Brom, at least off the field.

Burton and Day clearly paid the price for their failings in last summer's transfer window. Albion made 12 signings in that window, and a year on, only two of those players definitely have a future at the Hawthorns. That is an unacceptable success rate, particularly when you consider the limited budget West Brom operate on....