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Analysis: Bristol 0-2 Birmingham

Birmingham City Ladies manager David Parker joins the ESPN panel to analyse his side's 2-0 Continental Cup win over Bristol Academy.

(03:00) | May 2, 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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Barcelona transfer saga

La Liga: ESPN FC's Stewart Robson analyses Barcelona's offseason transfer market after FIFA rejected the club's appeal over their transfer ban for 2015.

(01:08) | Aug 20, 2014

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Pope Francis visited by his football team

International Football: The Pope was visited by the Argentinean football team San Lorenzo in Vatican City after they won the Copa Libertadores.

(01:09) | Aug 20, 2014

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Do Real Madrid need Di Maria?

La Liga: ESPN FC's Stewart Robson believes Real Madrid need Angel Di Maria in case Cristiano Ronaldo's form starts slipping.

(01:10) | Aug 20, 2014

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FIFA rejects Barca transfer ban appeal

La Liga: Barcelona will be unable to sign any players in 2015 after FIFA rejected the club's appeal against their punishment for repeatedly breaking youth transfer regulations.

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