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Klopp apologises for dull title race

Borussia Dortmund head coach Jurgen Klopp is sorry his side couldn't stop Bayern Munich from running away with the Bundesliga title this season.

(01:36) | March 14, 2013



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Pep Guardiola failure could mean sack

Bundesliga: Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola says he is aware of the pressure he is under going into his second season on the Bavarians' bench.

(01:35) | Jul 23, 2014

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Lewandowski scores on Bayern debut

Bundesliga: Robert Lewandowski has certainly hit the ground running at Bayern after scoring on his debut on Monday.

(01:38) | Jul 22, 2014

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Ginter delighted with Dortmund move

Bundesliga: Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp will certainly be pleased with his club's latest signing, German international Mathias Ginter.

(01:29) | Jul 17, 2014

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Frank Lampard set to join NYCFC

MLS: After months of speculation, long-time Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard is heading to NYCFC, sources told ESPN FC.

(00:54) | Jul 23, 2014

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Rodriguez's dreams are Real

La Liga: James Rodriguez has described joining Real Madrid as a 'dream come true', saying he will never forget the moment he was paraded in front of the Santiago Bernabeu fans.

(01:56) | Jul 23, 2014

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Napoli set sights on the Scudetto

Serie A: Napoli club President Aurelio De Laurentiis and head coach Rafael Benitez spoke in front of their fans

(02:46) | Jul 23, 2014

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Ecuador replace Colombian coach Rueda

International Football: Ecuador have replaced Colombian coach Reinaldo Rueda following the country's failure to progress beyond the group stages at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

(00:31) | Jul 23, 2014

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Low remains as Germany coach-1

International Football: Joachim Low will continue to lead Germany through the 2016 Euro's after leading the Germans to their first World Cup title since 1990.

(01:30) | Jul 23, 2014

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Low remains as Germany coach

International Football: Joachim Low will continue to lead Germany through the 2016 Euro's after leading the Germans to their first World Cup title since 1990.

(01:30) | Jul 23, 2014

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