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Player Ratings: Premier League

The Premier League season is done and dusted, but which players passed with flying colours and which should be booted out of the door? Here, ESPNsoccernet runs the rule over the top six.

1. Manchester United
After claiming their record breaking 19th League title, Richard Jolly rates the performances of Manchester United's latest Premier League winning side. Read
Top - Nemanja Vidic: 9
Flop - Bebe: 2

2. Chelsea
Chelsea looked like they would run away with the Premier League title in the early part of the season but ended the campaign in second place. Kevin Palmer rates the players who couldn't keep the sacked Carlo Ancelotti in his job. Read
Top - Petr Cech: 9
Flop - Fernando Torres: 1

3. Manchester City
Champions League beckons for Manchester City next season after finishing third on 71 points, and Richard Jolly gives his verdict on the expensively assembled players that got them there. Read
Top - David Silva: 8.5
Flop - Jo: 2

4. Arsenal
After threatening to win three competitions this term, Arsenal eventually ended their sixth season without a trophy. Kevin Palmer runs the rule over Arsene Wenger's squad. Read
Top - Robin van Persie: 9
Flop - Manuel Almunia: 2

5. Tottenham
Tottenham reached the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League in their debut season, but it will be the Europa League next term. Kevin Palmer rates a Spurs squad that finished fifth in the Premier League. Read
Top - Luka Modric: 9.5
Flop - David Bentley: 1

6. Liverpool
Liverpool ended the season without a European place to show for their efforts, and Richard Jolly runs the rule over the players who donned the red jersey this past season. Read
Top - Luis Suarez: 8.5
Flop - Paul Konchesky: 2

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