Premier League Manchester City top of the class Chelsea and Arsenal flop

ESPN’s Manchester City correspondent Jonathan Smith shares his view on a season where Manchester City finished champions 19 points ahead of Manchester United.
ESPN’s Manchester United correspondent Rob Dawson gives his view on the club’s second place finish to rivals Manchester City.
ESPN’s Tottenham correspondent Dan Kilpatirck shares his thoughts on a season where Mauricio Pochettino secured Champions League football during their spell at Wembley.
ESPN’s Glenn Price reviews Liverpool’s season in which Mohamed Salah won the golden boot with the club also making the Champions League Final.
ESPN’s Chelsea correspondent Liam Twomey shares his thoughts on the club’s frustrating season where they missed out on a Champions League spot.
ESPN’s Arsenal correspondent Mattias Karen talks through Arsene Wenger’s last season in charge of the club which ended without any silverware.

The Premier League season is over and it’s fair to say some teams fared better than others.

Manchester City wiped the floor with everyone as Manchester United’s title challenge fell flat and champions Chelsea finished outside the top four.

And what of Arsenal? It was a miserable end to Arsene Wenger’s 22-year career at the club, with no trophy and a second successive season without Champions League football.

ESPN FC’s club correspondents run the rule over their team’s campaign, providing a grade, their star player, flop, highlight, low point and what to look for in the summer transfer window.

Click on each correspondent for the full version of that team’s season,

Manchester City

Pep Guardiola’s men swept all before them this season and can deservedly claim to be among the best the league has seen in history. — John Smith 

Manchester United

Progress of sorts by Jose Mourinho but a desperately disappointing Champions League campaign and an underwhelming title challenge means there’s more work to do. — Rob Dawson 


Tottenham negotiated a difficult season playing games at Wembley but Mauricio Pochettino needs to build on his promise and deliver trophies. — Dan Kilpatrick 


The Reds showcased their exhilarating football throughout the campaign and could end it in spectacular style by lifting their sixth European Cup. — Glenn Price 


What a poor campaign. From champions to out of the Champions League places, it was a season to forget for Chelsea — and probably the end of Antonio Conte.— Liam Twomey 


Merci, Arsene. It wasn’t the end Wenger wanted but his exit can bring in a new dawn for supporters eager for change. — Mattias Karen 


Oh dear. A miserable campaign will likely end with Sam Allardyce’s departure. Whoever succeeds him needs to nail the transfer market this summer. — Luke O’Farrell 

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