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Johnson not getting carried away with Scotland win

Scotland interim coach Scott Johnson says he's not getting carried away after watching his side beat Italy.

(01:23) | February 10, 2013



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O'Driscoll thankful to be a part of great Ireland team

Six Nations: Brian O'Driscoll reminisces on his time as a member of Ireland.

(00:48) | Mar 16, 2014

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O'Driscoll channeled emotion into performance

Six Nations: Brian O'Driscoll enjoyed a fairytale end to his international career as Ireland defeated France 22-20 in Paris to secure the 2014 Six Nations title.

(00:56) | Mar 16, 2014

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Lancaster 'proud' of England display

Six Nations: England head coach Stuart Lancaster said he was proud of his side's comprehensive 52-11 Six Nations victory over Italy on Saturday.

(01:04) | Mar 15, 2014

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Suarez admits his best and worst traits

La Liga: Barcelona star Luis Suarez has admitted his faults and best traits on and off the pitch.

(01:47) | Nov 28, 2014

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Blanc: Brandao punishment excessive

Ligue 1: Paris Saint-Germain manager Laurent Blanc says a one-month prison sentence for Bastia striker Brandao following his headbutt on PSG's Thiago Motta was "excessive".

(01:38) | Nov 28, 2014

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Rodgers shrugs off Liverpool sack speculation

Premier League: Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers insists he has no fears about being one of the favourites to lose his job.

(01:35) | Nov 28, 2014

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Chelsea look to avenge last season's defeat

Premier League: Jose Mourinho spoke about last season's defeat to Sunderland that ended his 77-game unbeaten home Premier League run.

(01:01) | Nov 28, 2014

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Van Gaal: United have to improve to seal top four spot

Premier League: Louis van Gaal has called on Manchester United to be more clinical to ensure they qualify for the Champions League.

(01:35) | Nov 28, 2014

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Wenger: Wilshere is ‘very down’

Premier League: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he does not have any concerns about Jack Wilshere's long-term future in the game, despite his latest ankle injury ruling him out for the next three months.

(01:24) | Nov 28, 2014

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