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Giggs confident of title defence

After 23 years and 13 English titles with Manchester United, Ryan Giggs is ready to go again.

(01:21) | July 24, 2013



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Busy day of transfers in the Premier League

Premier League: ESPN FC's Craig Burley weighs in on the latest wave of transfers to hit the English Premier League.

(02:31) | Aug 30, 2014

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Tough Saturday for Manchester's top clubs

Premier League: ESPN FC's Craig Burley analyses United's away draw against Burnley and City's loss at home at the hands of Stoke City.

(02:04) | Aug 30, 2014

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Blues bury Toffees in nine-goal thriller

Premier League: ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down the nine-goal thriller at Goodison Park in which Chelsea moved to the top of the Premier League with a 6-3 victory over Everton.

(01:46) | Aug 30, 2014

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Blanc: Saint-Etienne match will be memorable

Ligue 1: Paris Saint-Germain head coach Laurent Blanc praised the similar attacking philosophies between his side and Saint-Etienne.

(00:59) | Aug 30, 2014

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United agree to Blind fee

Premier League: Manchester United has agreed to a £13.8 million fee with Ajax Amsterdam for Dutch international Daley Blind.

(01:32) | Aug 30, 2014

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Mourinho: Everton were chasing cards

Premier League: Chelsea head coach, Jose Mourinho, spoke following his side's win over Everton and voiced his disappointment with how Everton players treated Diego Costa.

(01:11) | Aug 30, 2014

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Pellegrini: It was a bad day for us

Premier League: Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini chalks up his teams loss to Stoke City as a "bad day."

(00:39) | Aug 30, 2014

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Torres: I needed a new adventure

Serie A: Fernando Torres is looking forward to his new adventure after arriving in Italy for his medical ahead of his two-year loan switch to AC Milan from Chelsea.

(02:01) | Aug 30, 2014

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Martinez: We always feared conceding goals

Premier League: Everton manager Roberto Martinez discusses the weaknesses in his team's back line that led to six conceded goals against Chelsea.

(00:36) | Aug 30, 2014

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