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Roy Hodgson has been left disappointed by John Terry's international retirement.

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Mazzarri wants Inter to return to former glories

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Martino to lead La Albiceleste?

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Origi To Liverpool

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Should MLS bring Ronaldinho into the league?

MLS: The ESPN FC crew weigh in on MLS teams possibly signing Ronaldinho to the league.

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Reus goes Red?

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Craig's best Barca-Madrid XI

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