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 By Chris Wright

Bayern Munich's Jerome Boateng buddies up to Jay Z in New York

The 12 months since being crowned a weltmeister with Germany in Brazil last summer have brought slightly mixed fortunes for Jerome Boateng.

Whereas the 26-year-old centre-back won the Bundesliga title at a canter with Bayern Munich, he's still undergoing intensive therapy to untwist his blood after being well and truly torn asunder by Lionel Messi in the Champions League semifinals.

Boateng is currently unwinding in New York where, among other things, he spent Sunday afternoon touring around Liberty...

What the top Bundesliga clubs will be doing in this summer's transfer window

The ESPN FC panel explore the value for money for transfers in Europe in regards to which position may or may not have the best monetary return for European clubs.
ESPNFC's Alexis Nunes and Steve Nicol jump on board the latest transfer merry-go-round.
Bastian Schweinsteiger and the Bayern Munich midfield failed to make an impact against Augsburg.
Bayern need depth at full-back, but the future of Bastian Schweinsteiger is their biggest question mark at present.

There's a widely held perception that the Bundesliga's appeal has been severely diminished by Bayern Munich's dominance over the past three years. One UK newspaper, which fundamentally misunderstood the minimal impact of financial fair play rules on a division that neither wants nor allows club takeovers by rich owners, even went as far as blaming UEFA president Michel Platini on the "ruination" of the league. Yet the bare facts speak quite a different language.

Average crowds of 43,500 per...

 By Uli Hesse

Toby Charles: The man who brought German football to the U.S.

A near flawless league campaign saw Bayern Munich lift a third consecutive Bundesliga trophy but their Champions League hopes were ended by Barcelona.

German football wasn't too popular back in 2002 when I started writing for ESPN. There weren't many places where you could regularly find English-language content about the game's culture and history, or stories other than match reports and transfer news.

Many readers of the site (Soccernet as it was back then) said they were craving information about German football because they had become hooked on it during the 1970s and 1980s thanks to a weekly programme on American television called "Soccer...

The best of 2014-15 -- the results!

Perhaps not surprisingly, Barcelona were the big winners in our end-of-season awards.

After our recent league-by-league awards, we asked you to vote on the best of the best from across Europe's top leagues for the 2014-15 season.  

Almost 1.5 million fan votes later, here are the results. Thanks for taking part!

Player of the season: Lionel Messi

Lionel Messi has four goals in three Copa del Rey finals versus Athletic Bilbao.
With 60 goals and another treble in his trophy collection, it's been a season to remember for Messi.

Young player of the season: Neymar

For the fourth time in nine years, Barcelona reached the pinnacle of European football.
Neymar scored 43 times this season, including goals in both the Champions League and Copa del Rey finals.

Manager of the season: Luis Enrique

His future looked in doubt in January, but Enrique recovered to lead Barcelona to three trophies.

Goal of the season: Mohamed Salah vs. Juventus

Salah, on loan at Fiorentina from Chelsea, netted his superb strike in the Coppa Italia.

Moment of the season: Messi vs. Jerome Boateng

Messi's second goal vs. Bayern in the Champions League featured this magnificent piece of skill, which floored the defender.

Flop player of the season: Mario Balotelli

The best of 2014-15 -- vote now!

Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Diego Costa are among the nominees for our season-ending awards.

Following our recent league-by-league awards, it's time to look at the best of the best from across Europe's top leagues over the 2014-15 season. 

Voting closes at noon ET on Friday.

Who was the player of the season?

Who was the young player of the season?

Who was the manager of the season?

Who scored the goal of the season?

What was the moment of the season?

Who was the flop player of the season?

Who were the flop team of the season?

Who was the signing of the season?

What was the controversy of the season?

What was the surprise of the season?

Comment below or on Twitter using #FCawards.

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Filip Kostic voted ESPN FC Player of the Month for May

Despite modest statistics in May, Filip Kostic picked up the Player of the Month award through strong voter turnout.

Europe's top performers for May were whittled down to a three-man shortlist in consultation with WhoScored.com and ESPN FC's writers.

Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Filip Kostic were those in contention, and we have an upset. Despite Lionel Messi being in absolutely scintillating form, it's Stuttgart's 22-year-old Kostic who takes home the Player of the Month award for May in a landslide.

News of the vote was picked up by Stuttgart daily newspaper Stuttgarter-Zeitung, and subsequently passed...