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Barca look for good start

Barcelona will attempt to win back the title they lost last year with victory over Spartak Moscow at the Nou Camp in their opening UEFA Champions League fixture.

(02:01) | September 19, 2012



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Interpol doing more to prevent match fixing

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Improving Qatar workers' rights 'challenging'

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FIFA in need of fresh, young ideas

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Chelsea on their way to UCL glory?

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Arsenal's 'spineless' performance

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Three-team races in Groups A and C

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City square off against Bayern Munich

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC’s Craig Burley previews the Champions League matchup between Manchester City and Bayern Munich.

(00:48) | Sep 17, 2014

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Will Manchester City Win their Group?

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Were Barcelona 2011 the best UCL team?

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