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Ferguson: United won't let up

The race for the Premier League title may be over, but with games against rivals Arsenal and Chelsea still to come before the end of the season, Alex Ferguson says Manchester United won't be letting up.

(01:47) | April 26, 2013



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Mourinho: Hazard wants new Chelsea deal

Premier League: Eden Hazard will sign a new contract with Chelsea, Jose Mourinho has confirmed.

(00:45) | Sep 16, 2014

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Mariner: Wenger needs to spend for midfielder

Premier League: ESPN FC's Paul Mariner believes Arsene Wenger needs to reach in his pocket and pay the price for a holding midfielder.

(00:48) | Sep 16, 2014

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Rodgers: Balotelli experience crucial

Premier League: Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers looks ahead to their UEFA Champions League meeting with Ludogorets Razgrad, and speaks of Mario Balotelli's importance.

(00:29) | Sep 15, 2014

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AZ coach van Basten resigns

Eredivisie: Marco van Basten steps down as head coach of AZ Alkmaar because of stress, but remains as assistant coach.

(00:52) | Sep 16, 2014

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García: Underdogs Roma relaxed

Champions League: Roma coach Rudi García says his side are under 'no pressure' ahead of their Champions League Group E opener against CSKA Moscow.

(01:06) | Sep 16, 2014

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Enrique ready for competition bow

Champions League: Barcelona's Luis Enrique will make his UEFA Champions League debut as a head coach when he oversees his side's Group F opener against APOEL.

(01:59) | Sep 16, 2014

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Mourinho still wants Champions League trophy

Champions League: Despite already winning Champions League twice, Jose Mourinho still has a strong desire to win one more.

(01:19) | Sep 16, 2014

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De Boer wary of Zlatan return

Champions League: Ajax manager Frank De Boer recognises the threat that former striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will present when they play PSG in the Champions League.

(00:56) | Sep 16, 2014

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Serie A struggling with attendance

Serie A: Serie A clubs are only filling 55.8 percent of seats in the first few weekends of the season.

(01:00) | Sep 16, 2014

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