Features

Tuesday, 26 May 2015

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The Blues' laid the foundations for a first Premier League title in five years with a brilliant summer of targeted recruitment - now their rivals must do the same

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Goal teams up with Opta to provide a statistical breakdown of the top goal scorers, goalkeepers, passers and set piece takers over the course of the campaign

Monday, 25 May 2015

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The Canaries are back in the Premier League thanks to a 2-0 win over Middlesbrough and can learn a lot from the business the likes of Burnley and QPR did this year

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Unlike the Champions League parade in 2012 there was no astonishment amid the celebration, only a sense that the Blues have reached the pinnacle and intend to stay there

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The entertainment of the Premier League is not always on the pitch, as many managers and players - and their agents - proved throughout the season just gone...

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The 34-year-old's sheer quality long ago earned him a place among the pantheon of greats but it is his longevity that is putting the Chelsea captain in a class of his own

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Barcelona dominate Goal's standout XI from Spain's top flight, while stars from Real Madrid and Europa League finalists Sevilla also feature in our selections

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In the farewell season for club legend Steven Gerrard, the Reds struggled in almost every department in a season which ended in a record loss in the Premier League

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Sevilla will become the first side to lift the trophy four times if they beat Dnipro on Wednesday, with three others having emerged victorious on three occasions

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REFEREE'S COLUMN: Former Premier League official Mark Halsey believes the elite have excelled this season - but confidence is low after a difficult campaign

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CORRESPONDENT COLUMN: Chelsea ran away with the title this season, but their rivals are all gearing up to improve significantly over the coming summer transfer window

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Three Liverpool players feature in Goal's worst XI of the season, while there are also spots for high-profile stars from Manchester United and Arsenal

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Alan Pardew won 12 of his 21 Premier League games after taking over in January, turning a relegation battle into a first 10th-placed finish in England's top flight since 1991-92

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A late-season upturn in form could not mask a campaign of underachievement at Goodison Park, with the club finishing six places and 25 points worse off than 12 months previously

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Almost 12 months on from narrowly losing the FA Cup final to Arsenal, the Tigers find themselves relegated to the second tier of English football despite positive summer spending

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In a rollercoaster season, which included breaking their transfer record and a particular flightless bird, the Foxes pulled off one of the more memorable escapes from relegation

Sunday, 24 May 2015

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The Reds boss had been facing an inquest over his management of the club even before Sunday's 6-1 humbling at Stoke, and despite his claims he will "150 per cent" remain in charge

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The end of a successful season for the newly crowned Premier League champions was punctuated by the potential departures of two legends of the Portuguese's old guard