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Leicester are no "one man team" as Riyad Mahrez leads rout of Swansea

The FC panel take a look at Riyad Mahrez's outstanding season after he was named the PFA Player of the Year.

The chant went up in the 60th minute, a rousing, atonal affirmation of the worst fears of Swansea, Tottenham and the three other people in the free world who held out hope that Leicester was nothing more than a just a jet-heeled, deadeye-finishing, referee-jabbing, one man team.

As the Foxes' Leonardo Ulloa slid in at the far post to studs-poke the ball in for 3-0, the delirious Leicester supporters at my local pub bellowed "No Vardy, No Problem" with such ferocity and joy that the sonic assault...

Leicester's fairy tale season gets muddied by Jamie Vardy vs. Jon Moss

The FC panel looks at the controversial calls from Leicester's game against West Ham and how well the ref carried them out.

Now we know how lovable ol' Leicester copes with adversity -- and Jose Mourinho would be proud. First, there's the shock that a referee had the audacity to make the odd call against them, followed by a finger-jabbing tirade into the face of the official and then, for good measure, the all-too-familiar sight of the whistle-blower being escorted off the field at the end of the game by a Navy SEALs outfit to ensure he leaves with all his limbs intact.

The Foxes have pretty much led a charmed life...

Leicester City's latest 1-0 win shows why they will make worthy champions

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner breaks down the run-in to the end of the season for the Foxes and Spurs.

Is it safe to come out from behind the couch now?

Has Danny Simpson finished hurling his body (or was that his elbow?) in front of every goal-bound Southampton shot? Did Wes Morgan out-leap Graziano Pelle to head away the last of the 187 Saints crosses into the box? Has Claudio Ranieri exhaled yet?

I'm hardly a Leicester fan yet I found myself curled into a familiar fetal position over the final excruciating minutes of the Bad News Foxes' latest 1-0 victory, this one coming against Southampton....

Leicester will win the Premier League, and Arsenal will finish above Spurs

Alison Bender and Don Hutchison question whether or not poor Premier League quality is behind Leicester's success.

It's spring time in New York City, that magical time of the year when Arsenal is not yet mathematically eliminated from the title hunt. Or at least that's what I thought before I spent the otherwise gorgeous weekend staring at the fixture list for the Gunners. I mean, what else is a man supposed to do during the international break when his only alternatives include watching Jurgen Klinsmann's latest Franken-lineup implode against Guatemala or listening to English broadcasters swoon over Jamie...

When Johan Cruyff ruled American soccer: the Dutch master's NASL years

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe explains why Johan Cruyff inevitably wound up at Barcelona.

The Dutch legend Johan Cruyff, who died on Thursday after a battle with cancer at the age of 68, played two seasons in the old North American Soccer League (1979-80) for the Los Angeles Aztecs and the Washington Diplomats. ESPN FC columnist David Hirshey, then writing about soccer for Sport Magazine, was granted unprecedented access to Cruyff for the most in-depth article about the three-time Ballon d'Or winner's time in the United States. What follows is a condensed version of his original article...

Arsenal show welcome sense of fortitude in earning a draw vs. Spurs

The ESPN FC team discuss Spurs' clash with Arsenal, drawing even with a man advantage, and question their mental strength.

Blood and guts are not words you normally find in the same sentence with Arsenal. You're more likely to witness Steve McClaren being given the keys to the city in Newcastle than you are to see the wilting Gunners battle back after two consecutive Premier League defeats that could generously be described as meek.

Apparently it took Arsenal's most bitter rival to trigger their heart and resolve -- just when the Gunners' title hopes were toilet-bound. Down to 10 men after Francis Coquelin's brainless...