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Atletico Madrid win first trophy of the year

La Liga: ESPN FC's Martin Ainstein weighs in on Atletico Madrid's victory over city rivals Real Madrid in the Spanish Supercopa.

(01:18) | Aug 23, 2014

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One on one with Alex Morgan

ESPN FC on TV: USWNT and Portland Thorns forward Alex Morgan speaks with ESPN FC's Adrian Healey regarding her club team and the upcoming FIFA Women's World Cup.

(05:18) | Aug 23, 2014

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Burley: Balotelli move a no-brainer

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Craig Burley contends that Liverpool are a better side with one of Serie A's leading scorers on their side.

(00:58) | Aug 23, 2014

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Tommy's Tips: Week 2

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth gives his betting odds for this weekend's set of Premier League fixtures.

(00:38) | Aug 23, 2014

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Does Rodgers really want Balotelli?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth questions Brendan Rodgers' interest in the controversial Italian.

(00:26) | Aug 23, 2014

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Will Balotelli upset Liverpool's team chemistry?

ESPN FC on TV: Former Liverpool player Steve Nicol expresses his concern regarding Mario Balotelli's impending move to Anfield.

(01:39) | Aug 23, 2014

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Crunch time for United

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth weighs in on Manchester United's upcoming fixture against Sunderland.

(00:53) | Aug 23, 2014

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Welcome to Liverpool

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Alison Bender gives us a tour of Liverpool, the home of The Beatles and the Reds.

(02:38) | Aug 23, 2014

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Nicol: Expect both teams to go forward

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC panel weigh in on the impending attacking battle between Liverpool and Manchester City.

(00:57) | Aug 23, 2014

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