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Burley's Boiling Point: Referees too soft?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley calls out referees for not understanding the difference between mistimed rather than malicious tackles.

(04:29) | Dec 23, 2014

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Benitez: Attitude won us the game

Football Video: Napoli coach Rafa Benitez says his team's never say die attitude saw them emerge victorious on penalties over Juventus in the Italian Super Cup.

(01:39) | Dec 23, 2014

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Club World Cup not a good measuring stick?

ESPN FC on TV: Our experts explain why the Club World Cup is not a well balance competitive tournament.

(00:56) | Dec 23, 2014

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Tricky schedule for Manchester City

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Craig Burley weighs in on Manchester City's schedule as they look to pass Chelsea at the top of the Premier League table.

(00:44) | Dec 23, 2014

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Mariner: Revs closing in on building new stadium

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Paul Mariner is confident the New England Revolution will have their own stadium sooner rather than later, following their excellent 2014 MLS campaign.

(01:18) | Dec 22, 2014

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Draw suits neither Liverpool nor Arsenal

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti and Craig Burley debate whether or not Liverpool should be proud of drawing with a depleted Arsenal side.

(01:39) | Dec 22, 2014

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Marcotti: Benitez an ambitious manager

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to Napoli's Italian Super Cup win over Juventus, but questions whether or not Rafa Benitez will stay with Napoli long-term.

(01:14) | Dec 22, 2014

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Liverpool stronger against Arsenal this time around?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Craig Burley calls Brendan Rodgers' bluff after the Liverpool head coach claimed his team's draw against Arsenal was better than their 5-1 win over the Gunners last year.

(00:50) | Dec 22, 2014

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Roy Hodgson's review of 2014

International Football: England manager Roy Hodgson describes 2014 as a mixed bag for the England squad, with the bitter disappointment of the World Cup remedied somewhat by 6 straight wins, including impressive wins against Switzerland and Scotland.

(03:16) | Dec 22, 2014

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