Switch Hit: Can KP be reintegrated?
Will Kevin Pietersen’s ‘reintegration’ into the England setup turn around the muddled thinking that has blighted the team in recent months? The Switch Hit team look at the wider issues around the batsman’s reconciliation with the ECB.
(34:00) | October 3, 2012
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Ronaldo the clear favourite for the Ballon d'Or?
ESPN FC on TV: Kasey Keller responds to Michel Platini's comments that a German should claim the Ballon d'Or, but with Cristiano Ronaldo's goal-scoring run thus far, it appears he is the clear favourite.
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Keller: Who is going to step up?
ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Kasey Keller believes both the LA Galaxy and Seattle Sounders were content with the first leg result, and that the second leg will come down to who can be more lethal in front of net.
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Donovan's career nearing its end
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