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Pele looks ahead to 2014 World Cup

World Cup countdown clock is launched by footballing icon Pele in Rio de Janeiro on Wednesday to mark one year until the start of the 2014 World Cup.

(00:43) | June 13, 2013



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Champagne: I can beat Blatter

International Football: Jerome Champagne thinks he can overtake Sepp Blatter after working under the current FIFA President for the last 11 years.

(02:16) | Oct 23, 2014

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Soca Princesses given bonus ahead of semifinals

International Football: Trinidad & Tobago's women's team have been rewarded for their brilliant performances thus far in the CONCACAF Women’s Championship.

(00:54) | Oct 23, 2014

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Peterson: Klinsmann right to want experience

International Football: NASL commissioner Bill Peterson agrees with Jurgen Klinsmann calling for U.S. players to get experience against the best in the world, but insists standards have improved greatly in domestic football.

(00:52) | Oct 22, 2014

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Raonic beats Young in Switzerland

Tennis Video: Fourth seed Milos Raonic of Canada hit 23 aces - including on match point - to beat Donald Young of the United States to reach the quarter finals in Basel.

(01:08) | Oct 24, 2014

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Williams bounces back with Bouchard beating

Tennis Video: Serena Williams bounced back from the heaviest defeat of her professional career to hammer Eugenie Bouchard in Singapore.

(01:24) | Oct 24, 2014

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Murray and Ferrer make Valencia Open quarters

Tennis Video: Andy Murray and David Ferrer made the Valencia Open quarter-finals with victories in Spain on Thursday.

(01:21) | Oct 24, 2014

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ESPN FC Extra Time: Is Holden returning to MLS?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Stuart Holden tells us what we should look out for in the MLS this weekend.

(03:55) | Oct 24, 2014

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Messi and Neymar: A lethal combination

ESPN FC on TV: Santi Solari gives his take on the partnership between Neymar and Lionel Messi.

(00:51) | Oct 24, 2014

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Will La Liga goal scoring record fall in Madrid?

ESPN FC on TV: Santi Solari discusses what he thinks will happen at the Santiago Bernabéu if Lionel Messi breaks the La Liga goals record in the El Clásico.

(01:06) | Oct 24, 2014

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