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Premier League and English football will miss 'Big Sam' Allardyce dearly

Paul Mariner tells us why he thinks Sam Allardyce has decided to leave Crystal Palace so suddenly.

Farewell, Sam Allardyce. We shall not see your like again. After 44 years in professional football, one of the Premier League's most colourful, divisive and, depending on your perspective, successful managers has chosen to walk away from the game at the age of 62.

His decision to resign from Crystal Palace -- and, if we are to accept his stated intent not to "take another job," retire from the game -- is entirely understandable. The Premier League has never been more pressurised or exposed. The...

 By Adam Hurrey

Premier League alternative awards: Moyes, Zaza, Traore, others 'honoured'

The FC crew recall the defining moments that stuck out for them during the 2016-17 Premier League season.

Adam Hurrey looks back with an irreverent eye at the season that was in England's top flight and hands out some tongue-in-cheek prizes.

Most beleaguered manager: David Moyes

Once again, the Premier League was littered with exhausted, discarded managers. Swansea managed to go through two beaten-looking men -- the dignified but doomed Francesco Guidolin and the confident Bob Bradley, who went down wasting his time defending the abbreviation "PK" -- before the earnest authority of Paul Clement guided...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League magic wand: Your club's one fantasy change

The ESPN FC crew look back at the 2016-17 Premier League season.
The ESPN FC crew look back at the 2016-17 Premier League season.
The ESPN FC crew look back at the 2016-17 Premier League season.

Live in a fantasy world for one moment and ask yourself: If you had a magic wand, what major change would you like to see at your football club?

ESPN FC's Premier League bloggers were asked just that. From time machines to new stadiums, raising a crossbar to signing Dele Alli, here's a list of the dream changes each club would make.

CHELSEA: Some Abramovich patience and a Conte dynasty 

Antonio Conte is the perfect manager for Chelsea. A winner revered by players and supporters whose...

ESPN FC  By Keith Moore

'Misunderstood' ex-Arsenal star Emmanuel Frimpong rebuilding career

Gab Marcotti and Steve Nicol disagree on how Arsenal players would react if Stan Kroenke sells the club.
Arsene Wenger stresses his loyalty to Arsenal and discusses the club's first Champions League exclusion in 20 years.
Janusz Michallik looks at Arsenal's forgettable season, and their need for determined players to aim higher next season.
Emmanuel Frimpong is rebuilding his career at Eskilstuna, his fourth club since leaving Arsenal in 2014.

ESKILSTUNA, Sweden -- Emmanuel Frimpong was feeling the back of his leg as he walked out of the home changing room after AFC Eskilstuna's latest home match.

A tweaked hamstring was the latest niggle in an injury-plagued few years for the former Arsenal midfielder. It's been a stop-start season in what has been a stop-start career so far for Frimpong.

The 25-year-old's latest appearance came on Sunday as a 74th-minute substitute against Hacken. Wearing the No. 20 shirt with "Frimmy" on the back,...

After years of ups and down, Leicester can become Premier League stalwarts

The FC crew recall the defining moments that stuck out for them during the 2016-17 Premier League season.
Janusz Michallik and Alexis Nunes take a long look at how the Premier League top 6 shaped out this season.
With the Premier League season behind us, take a look at the latest predictions of how the top 4 will shape up next season.

Given that, in recent years, Leicester have provided their supporters with the full range of footballing experiences, a logical question concerning their future is: What now?

In 2014, they returned to the Premier League, having battled back from a plunge that had taken them through administration and into the third tier. The following year, their extraordinary great escape from the relegation zone seemed to be the sort of heart-skipping, dramatic campaign that people would talk about for years.

However,...

Jose Mourinho's Europa League pursuit may renew Premier League interest

With disappointing league campaigns, the FC crew debate if Man United's UEL or Arsenal's FA Cup final is more crucial.
Ander Herrera is more interested in winning the Europa League than securing a Champions League spot for next season.
Gab Marcotti describes the security measures for the Europa League and Champions League finals after Monday's terror attack.

There are certain figures in public life who can execute shameless U-turns and whose past words can be used to condemn them. They are not just confined to politics, either. Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is the potential Europa League winner who did not want to win the Europa League.

He was unequivocal about it. "I don't want to win the Europa League," he said in 2013. "It would be a big disappointment for me." That was four years ago. Opinions can change. But Mourinho's opinion hadn't...