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Arsenal pendulum swings, farewell Totti, Messi magic, Tuchel future, more

Steve Nicol looks at the saga of Arsene Wenger's future, and his belief that he'll walk should he lose any personal power.

Arsene Wenger guided Arsenal past Chelsea at Wembley in the FA Cup final. It finished 2-1, although in truth Arsenal could probably have scored more. The Gunners finished the season with six straight victories in all competitions, winning nine of their last 10 overall.

What to read into this?

Probably not that much other than the basic fact that for all the bile and invective thrown at some Arsenal players, on the day they can turn up and play and be pretty darn good. And when it comes to fight...

Jose Mourinho's 'spin' doesn't hide the hard work ahead for Man United

The conversation gets heated between the FC guys when talking about whether or not this season can be considered a success by Man United standards.

Rafa Benitez famously commented that "Football is a lie." I wouldn't go quite that far, but it's pretty obvious to me that so much of the game is "spin." Often, the very same event, viewed from different perspectives, can be read and defined in so many ways.

Watching Jose Mourinho after Man United won the Europa League drove the point home. It felt as if he was an actor in someone else's play. I don't mean it in a negative way, either. He has little choice. We like very simple, black-and-white...

Zidane guides Real to La Liga glory, Allegri's Juve win again, Terry's sendoff

The ESPN FC crew hail Zinedine Zidane for his part in bringing Real Madrid back to the summit in La Liga.

There was no last day miracle, no "Tenerifazo" like a quarter-century ago when Real Madrid contrived to blow the title 90 minutes from the finish line. What you got instead was an early lead to settle the nerves, some great goalkeeping from Keylor Navas, and Karim Benzema putting the title out of reach by giving Real Madrid their 2-0 lead in the second half.

The victory away to Malaga sealed the club's 33rd league title, although only the club's second since 2008. Whether this reflects shifting...

Antonio Conte reveals a calmer, cooler side in guiding Chelsea to the title

Former Chelsea midfielder Craig Burley praises the work of Antonio Conte in taking the club to the Premier League title.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says switching his defensive formation was the catalyst for their title triumph.

Hiring a new manager isn't entirely dissimilar to making a commitment to a significant other. You know it might not last forever. You know you might not be the one who gets to decide when it ends. Most of all, while you hope that the bad will be far outweighed by the good, you know that there will be a whole load of cons. There always are.

It was no different for Chelsea when they made Antonio Conte their top target over the holiday period between December 2015 and January 2016. They thought he...

Chelsea, Antonio Conte's remarkable title, Roma rout Juve, Ronaldo hits 400

Former Chelsea midfielder Craig Burley praises the work of Antonio Conte in taking the club to the Premier League title.

It's done. Chelsea are Premier League champions and given that it happened on Friday, it seems like old news. But in Antonio Conte's world, there's no time to reflect. Instead, it's onward to the next challenge (the FA Cup final), a new contract and then the summer transfer session, which will supposedly see some serious cash splashed.

That doesn't mean it's not worth reflecting briefly on what this group has achieved.

With two home games left -- Monday vs. Watford and next Sunday against...

Juventus -- fix it even if it ain't broke

After dispatching Monaco comfortably, the FC panel assess if Juve are favourites to claim the UCL crown in the final.

You have to go all the way back to Chelsea in 2012 -- five years and five managers ago -- to find a Champions League winner that has changed more than Juve have in the past two seasons.

Well-run clubs never need to rebuild; they simply reload. It's an old maxim and it's generally true. If you're a dominant side, you maintain that dominance through continuous small changes rather than periodic blow-ups. Get the small changes right and you won't need to rebuild.

But for every rule, there's a counterargument:...