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Johnson admits Scotland fortune

Scotland interim head coach Scott Johnson admitted his side were fortunate to beat Ireland 12-8 in the Six Nations

(01:27) | February 25, 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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Burley: Don't discount PSG in the second leg

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew preview the second leg clash between Chelsea and PSG in the Champions League and disagree with the SPI giving Chelsea a 73% edge to advance.

(01:31) | Mar 5, 2015

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Nicol: United lucky rather than good

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew break down Manchester United's last-gasp victory over Newcastle and admit sometimes it's better to be lucky than good in the Premier League.

(01:50) | Mar 5, 2015

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Rodgers proving the critics wrong?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Craig Burley discuss Liverpool's 2-nil triumph over Burnley and how Brendan Rodgers' side has turned it around this season.

(01:57) | Mar 5, 2015

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Was Kompany dropped or rested for City?

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew discuss Manuel Pellegrini's decision to leave Vincent Kompany out of the starting XI and whether he was dropped or rested for Manchester City's victory over Leicester.

(01:03) | Mar 5, 2015

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Why has Di Maria struggled for United?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno explains why Manchester United's Angel Di Maria has struggled in his first season in the Premier League, while Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez has found considerable success.

(00:43) | Mar 5, 2015

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Burley: Blues able to grind out a result

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC panel discuss why Chelsea have been able to maintain their lead atop the Premier League as they held on for a 1-nil victory over West Ham.

(00:44) | Mar 5, 2015


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