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Steve Lomas: 'We were the team on top'

St Johnstone manager Steve Lomas tells ESPN his side thoroughly deserved their 1-1 draw against Dundee United which guarantees them a top six finish.

(01:47) | April 1, 2013



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Lennon resigns from Celtic

Scottish Football: Neil Lennon has resigned as manager of Celtic after four seasons.

(01:05) | May 22, 2014

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Lennon demands more from Celtic

Scottish Football: Celtic manager Neil Lennon is seeking an improvement from his side despite their 5-0 aggregate win over Northern Ireland's Cliftonville in the Champions League qualifiers.

(01:04) | Jul 24, 2013

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Analysis: Ross County 1-1 Celtic

Scottish Football: Ray Stubbs is joined by Stephen Craigan and Pat Bonner to review Ross County's 1-1 draw with Celtic

(01:30) | May 5, 2013

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Ronaldo to learn punishment for red card

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew weigh in on Cristiano Ronaldo's punishment and his actions after the red card incident.

(01:59) | Jan 27, 2015

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FA Cup 5th-round draw review

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew break down the FA Cup 5th round fixtures.

(00:43) | Jan 27, 2015

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Will Liverpool succeed at Stamford Bridge?

Football Video: ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Craig Burley preview Tuesday's Capital One Cup replay between Chelsea and Liverpool.

(03:23) | Jan 26, 2015

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Asian Cup hosts Australia aim for final

Football Video: ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Alan Mtashar preview the AFC Asian Cup semi-final clash between Australia and the United Arab Emirates, where Mtashar believes the Aussies should be wary of a tough task ahead.

(01:59) | Jan 26, 2015

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Nicol: Bolton defended for their lives

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Steve Nicol believes 0-0 draw with Bolton in the FA Cup, where he believes it was an expected showing for Brendan Rodgers' side as they once again failed to find the back of the net.

(00:29) | Jan 26, 2015

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Ginola hopes to help 'restore FIFA'

ESPN FC on TV: Former French international David Ginola explains his reasoning to run for the FIFA presidency, indicating he wants to help restore FIFA's image.

(01:23) | Jan 26, 2015

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