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Scolari looks ahead to England friendly

At Wembley Stadium on Tuesday, Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari looked ahead to his team's international friendly against England - he cited the 'Three Lions' pedigree and said that he hoped they will qualify for the 2014 World Cup on Brazilian soil.

(01:47) | February 6, 2013



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Qadri: Qatar exploitation can be avoided

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Winter dates proposed for 2022 World Cup

International Football: A FIFA task force has recommended playing the World Cup in November and December in order to avoid the summer heat in the country, and to avoid a clash with the Winter Olympics.

(01:34) | Feb 25, 2015

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Wenger: Winter World Cup makes sense

International Football: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said it makes sense to hold the 2022 Qatar World Cup in the winter months, but admitted it will have an impact on European league schedules.

(01:08) | Feb 24, 2015

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ESPN FC Extra Time: Isco or James?

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew weigh in on the possibility of players striking in MLS, the role of Isco at Real Madrid and their preference between Rakitic and Fabregas.

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Weekend Bender: London Calling in Wembley

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Should Guardiola be concerned despite Bayern's win?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC analyst Gabriele Marcotti talks about how comfortable Robert Lewandowski is in Bayern's set up.

(00:40) | Feb 27, 2015

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Burley: Top four doubtful for United

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MLS strike on the horizon?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC analyst Taylor Twellman questions whether or not team owners will lose money if the players go on strike.

(01:51) | Feb 27, 2015

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Who will win on Sunday?

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