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ESPN FC Podcast: Defending the Indefensible

Corinthians win the Club World Cup, incurring the wrath of Chelsea's own South American contingent. Dan Mason, John Brewin, Kevin Palmer and Darrell Currie give their thoughts on a testing time for the Blues.

(55:27) | December 17, 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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Highlights: Senegal 0-2 Algeria

Football Video: Algeria sealed their place in the African Nations Cup quarterfinals after beating Senegal 2-nil.

(01:14) | Jan 28, 2015

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Highlights: South Africa 1-2 Ghana

Football Video: Ghana moved into the Africa Nations Cup quarterfinals as Group C winners after defeating South Africa, 2-1.

(01:26) | Jan 27, 2015

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Blues need extra time to book spot in final

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes goes play-by-play to break down Chelsea's extra time triumph over Liverpool on their way to the Capital One Cup final.

(01:15) | Jan 27, 2015

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The anatomy of an FA Cup upset

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Steve Nicol, Craig Burley and Gab Marcotti divulge their opinions at length as to why many smaller clubs historically triumph over clubs like Chelsea, Manchester City and others in the FA Cup, and Nicol attributes it to complacency.

(10:44) | Jan 27, 2015

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Holden: U.S. have a stronger team

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Stuart Holden argues the United States have a stronger team ahead of their friendly against Chile, where Jozy Altidore and Gyasi Zardes may lead the attack.

(01:35) | Jan 27, 2015

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Marcotti: Ancelotti crying out for defensive help

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses the Lucas Silva move to Real Madrid, where he will serve as a defensive specialist in the centre of the park.

(02:08) | Jan 27, 2015

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