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Messi out 2-3 weeks

After re-aggravating his hamstring, Lionel Messi will be on the sidelines for 2-3 weeks.

(00:38) | May 14, 2013



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Alves to leave Barcelona in 2015

La Liga: Barcelona sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta has confirmed Dani Alves will leave Barcelona when his contract expires at the end of the 2014-15 season.

(01:07) | Sep 2, 2014

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Chicharito completes move to Real Madrid

La Liga: ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti explains why Javier Hernandez will join Real Madrid from Man United on a season-long loan.

(00:59) | Sep 1, 2014

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Real Madrid fall to Sociedad

La Liga: Two goals from David Zurutuza help Sociedad fight back from 2 goals down to hand Real Madrid their first league loss of the season.

(01:01) | Aug 31, 2014

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Blatter vows to continue fighting racism

Football Video: FIFA President Sepp Blatter says he will continue to be tough on racism within football.

(01:42) | Sep 3, 2014

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Who has the best attacking force in the Premier League?

Premier League: ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik breaks down the top 5 attacking forces in the Premier League and which one he thinks is the best.

(02:38) | Sep 3, 2014

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Germany train ahead WC final repeat

International Football: Germany trained in Dusseldorf ahead of their friendly match against Argentina, which will be a repeat of the 2014 FIFA World Cup final.

(01:10) | Sep 3, 2014

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Martino confirms Argentina will play a 4-3-3-3-3_720p30_2896k

International Football: Argentina head coach Tata Martino has confirmed his 4-3-3 team formation ahead of their FIFA World Cup final repeat against Germany.

(01:40) | Sep 3, 2014

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ESPN FC Extra Time: Transfer Roundup

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew answer your questions regarding how some of the biggest transfers will work out this season.

(03:28) | Sep 3, 2014

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Better signing: Balotelli or Welbeck?

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC team debate who they would rather have on their team, Mario Balotelli or Danny Welbeck.

(00:55) | Sep 3, 2014

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