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Hodgson refuses to get carried away

England manager Roy Hodgson urged caution despite seeing his side record their first win over Brazil for 23 years on Wednesday.

(01:39) | February 7, 2013



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Dunga awarded second chance at Brazil

International Football: The Brazilian football confederation have confirmed former World Cup winner Dunga as their new head coach.

(01:32) | Jul 22, 2014

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Dunga appointed Brazil coach for second time

International Football: Brazil named former captain Dunga as their new coach for the second time after he coached the Selecao at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

(01:00) | Jul 22, 2014

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Rush pleased with Gerrard's Liverpool priority

International Football: Liverpool legend Ian Rush talked about the international retirement of England captain Steven Gerrard.

(00:59) | Jul 22, 2014

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Organisers have no concerns about Commonwealth Games

Athletics: On the eve of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, organisers have alleviated fears about future events.

(02:41) | Jul 23, 2014

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Highlights: Nacional 2-0 Defensor Sporting

Copa Libertadores: Nacional beat Defensor Sporting 2-0 in the first-leg of the Copa Libertadores semi-final in Asuncion.

(01:43) | Jul 23, 2014

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Rodriguez inspired by the Galacticos

La Liga: Real Madrid's new signing James Rodriguez said that he was inspired by greats such as Zinedine Zidane, Ronaldo and Roberto Carlos during his unveiling at the Bernabeu on Tuesday.

(01:28) | Jul 23, 2014

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Garcia focused on Serie A success

Serie A: AS Roma manager Rudi Garcia looks ahead to the new season as the Serie A side train in Massachusetts, USA.

(01:28) | Jul 22, 2014

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Who will win the UEFA Champions League?

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC team give their take on the teams oddsmakers say have the best chance to win the UEFA Champions League this season.

(01:15) | Jul 22, 2014

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Offloading Madrid talent

ESPN FC on TV: With James Rodriguez’s signing official in Madrid, ESPN FC’s Craig Burley asks where players like Angel di Maria will be next season.

(00:53) | Jul 22, 2014

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