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Dean Holdsworth dreams of FA Cup glory with Aldershot

Aldershot manager and former Wimbledon striker Dean Holdsworth hopes their FA Cup 2nd Round game at Fleetwood will see a turnaround of their league form. See more at http://www.thefa.com/TheFACup.

(03:45) | November 30, 2012



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Van Gaal to blame for United woes?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Ian Darke shares why Louis Van Gaal deserves some blame for Manchester United's "shambolic" defence in their loss to Leicester City.

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ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Stewart Robson gives his take on Arsenal's Mesut Ozil and how Arsene Wenger needs to play Ozil in his natural position.

(00:30) | Sep 22, 2014

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ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Paul Mariner believes that Arsene Wenger is at fault for Mesut Ozil's poor performances.

(00:47) | Sep 22, 2014

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ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC team question why Louis Van Gaal hasn't received the same harsh criticism that David Moyes did for United's poor performances a year ago.

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