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ESPN FC Podcast: England Expects....less than usual

Roy's boys dig in against France to universal acclaim. It seems "England expects..." less than usual. Dan Mason, James Dall, John Brewin, James Horncastle and Jacob Steinberg analyse Euro 2012's opening phase.

(47:45) | June 12, 2012



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ESPN FC Podcast: 2006-2014. RIP

ESPN FC Podcast: Real Madrid secure 'La Decima' but only just. Dan Mason, John Brewin and James Horncastle have their say on the Champions League final.

(44:24) | May 26, 2014

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ESPN FC Podcast: A Break With Tradition

ESPN FC Podcast: Arsenal got the job done at Wembley. Is it a game changer for the Gunners? Dan Mason, John Brewin, Miguel Delaney and Dale Johnson discuss the weekend's big stories.

(40:58) | May 19, 2014

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ESPN FC Podcast: Where do we go from here?

ESPN FC Podcast: Manchester City pip Liverpool to the title. What does the future hold for both clubs? Dan Mason, Derek Rae and James Dall discuss what looks like being a fascinating close season.

(48:34) | May 12, 2014

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Is there a group of death?

ESPN FC on TV: Alejandro Moreno argues that Group E is not actually a group of death and Bayern or City not going through would mean failure for the club.

(00:45) | Aug 28, 2014

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Juventus, Valencia bid for Chicharito

Premier League: ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop gives the best fit for fallen Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez.

(01:15) | Aug 28, 2014

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Pardew: There's pressure to win

Premier League: Newcastle manager Alan Pardew says his side must come away victorious when Crystal Palace visit St. James' Park.

(01:03) | Aug 28, 2014

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Allardyce: Must turn performances into results

Premier League: West Ham manager Sam Allarydce has been pleased with his side's form despite their losses.

(00:36) | Aug 28, 2014

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Hodgson: Rooney the perfect choice

International Football: Roy Hodgson has explained why he has named Wayne Rooney as the new Engladn captain following Steven Gerrard's retirement from international football. Courtesy of FATV.

(04:59) | Aug 28, 2014

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Platini calls for FIFA transparency

International Football: UEFA President Michel Platini has called on football's governing body to be more transparent ahead of next year's Presidency elections.

(00:33) | Aug 28, 2014

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