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PTI UK: 7 April 2013

Mark Chapman and Steve Bunce return to debate the weekend's biggest sporting points.

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PTI UK: Steve Bunce and Mark Webster discuss David Beckham's retirement, John Terry, and other top stories in the sporting world.

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PTI UK: Mark Webster and Steve Bunce discuss what's next for Roberto Mancini.

(01:30) | May 13, 2013

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Impossible job?

PTI UK: Is David Moyes job to replace Sir Alex Ferguson impossible? Mark Webster and Steve Bunce discuss.

(01:15) | May 13, 2013

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Offloading Madrid talent

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