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ESPN FC Press Pass: 15 July 2013

Steve Nicol and Gabriele Marcotti discuss Thiago Alcantara's move to Bayern Munich, what the future holds for some global stars, Julio Cesar and Damiao to Napoli, MLS news, and Chris Wondolowski's performance in the Gold Cup.

(47:00) | July 15, 2013



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