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 By Max Hicks

Swansea escape relegation after difficulties under Garry Monk

Swansea coach Francesco Guidolin is delighted to be staying on at the club.

With the season over, it's time to assess Swansea's 2015-16. Here's a look back at a difficult campaign which saw the Swans sack Garry Monk.

Where will Swansea finish next season?

Season in a sentence

A summer of complacency and questionable decisions almost cost Swansea their Premier League status, but in hiring Francesco Guidolin the board look to have restored their reputation for shrewd managerial appointments.

Highlight

The 2-1 victory over Arsenal at the Emirates on March. 2 was a key fixture in Swansea's revival and eventual...

 By Max Hicks

Amat and Britton are Swansea's best players but Guidolin is the real star

Manchester City did just enough to secure a spot in the Champions League qualification stage for next season.
Swansea manager Franco Guidolin expresses his love for the atmosphere at the club and their massive draw with Man City.
Andre Ayew finished as Swansea's leading goalscorer with 12 goals this season.

Swansea held Manchester City to a 1-1 draw at the Liberty Stadium and, with a difficult season now over, have good reason to be optimistic about the future.

In Francesco Guidolin, who recently signed a two-year contract extension with the club, the Swans have arguably their most tactically-sophisticated manager in the Premier League era.

The Italian's side routinely show the kind of tactical nuance that was absent from Garry Monk or Brendan Rodgers' versions of the team, and the prospect of a full...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League season in a sentence as Leicester crowned champions

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol reflects on the Premier League season.

It was another memorable Premier League campaign. Our ESPN FC bloggers take a quick look at how their team fared in the 2015-16 season.

LEICESTER: Leicester ended 2015-16 with a fairytale Premier League title, the PFA player of the year, a Premier League scoring record and Champions League football -- so not bad, then! -- Ben Jacobs

ARSENAL: Not good enough to sustain a title challenge but not bad enough to drop out of the top four -- stop me if you think you've heard this one before. -- 

Man City limp toward Champions League after draw at Swansea

SWANSEA -- Three points from Swansea 1-1 Manchester City as Manuel Pellegrini's final game in charge ended in all-but-sealing Champions League qualification.

City edge towards Champions League

Pellegrini managed to avoid any final-day mishaps to say farewell to Manchester City with Champions League football all but secured, but only just.

The Chilean took charge of his final game after three years at the club, needing a draw to finish in the top four, and he managed it via a tense and unconvincing...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Swansea to beat Man City, United to edge Bournemouth? Spurs to draw?

The ESPN FC preview the final day of the Premier League season, as Man City and Man United battle for fourth place.

What a Premier League season 2015-16 has been. Champions Leicester will get a guard of honour at Stamford Bridge, but the game means little in the general context of everything given Chelsea have put in the worst title defence in living memory.

In fact, with Aston Villa, Newcastle and Norwich all already relegated, there is just the European spots to play for. Manchester United need to beat Bournemouth and hope that Man City lose if they are to make the Champions League playoffs, while West Ham,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League also-rans looking to Leicester for inspiration

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol says Leicester have set the perfect example this season.

Leicester have ripped up what we have come to expect in the Premier League, so who could follow in their footsteps next season?

The Foxes were all-but set for the Championship last season -- they were bottom of the table until April. 18 last term -- but are now celebrating their first league title in their 132-year history.

Their stunning surge gives hope to the rest of the Premier League outside the established elite. Here, a selection of our ESPN FC bloggers make a case for why they could be next...