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Mark Sampson: 'They wanted to win more'

Bristol Academy manager Mark Sampson tells ESPN his side lacked desire in their 2-0 Continental Cup defeat by Birmingham City Ladies.

(01:44) | May 2, 2013



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Gilly Flaherty and Alex Scott: We created chances

Women's Super League: Goalscorers Gilly Flaherty and Alex Scott praised their side's performance against Chelsea Ladies and believe they are now getting results for their hard work

(01:30) | Jun 6, 2013

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Emma Hayes: I'm gutted for the players

Women's Super League: Chelsea Ladies head coach Emma Hayes believes that her side can turn around their recent bad form

(01:41) | Jun 6, 2013

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Shelley Kerr: We make things hard for ourselves

Women's Super League: Arsenal Ladies manager Shelley Kerr talks to Nat Coombes after watching her side beat local rivals Chelsea Ladies in the Women's Super League

(02:43) | Jun 6, 2013

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Greatest Captains: Steven Gerrard

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew review the legendary career of Liverpool and former England captain, Steven Gerrard.

(02:25) | Aug 22, 2014

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Guardiola: Wolfsburg get better and better

Bundesliga: Bayern Munich head coach Pep Guardiola reveals that he is weary of VFL Wolfsbug and their impressive signings.

(01:04) | Aug 22, 2014

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Lowe: Crucial transfer window for Barca

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Sid Lowe explains the two reasons why the summer window has been so important for Barcelona.

(01:19) | Aug 22, 2014

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No stopping Bayern Munich this season?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC’s Shaka Hislop gives his take on how big a challenge Bayern Munich will have as they go for their third consecutive league title.

(01:04) | Aug 22, 2014

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Real Madrid undervaluing Di Maria?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC’s La Liga expert, Sid Lowe, discusses the ongoing player personnel changes at Real Madrid, including Angel Di Maria's desire to depart.

(01:36) | Aug 22, 2014

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No title repeat for Atletico Madrid?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Sid Lowe believes despite their big summer, Atletico Madrid doesn't seem to have a chance to retain the La Liga title.

(02:24) | Aug 22, 2014

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