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Highlights: Montreal 2-1 DC United

Montreal Impact hang on to win behind 2 goals from Marco Di Vaio which included a late winner.

(01:31) | August 18, 2013



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Coyle unveiled as new Dynamo manager

MLS: 48 year-old Scot Owen Coyle, formerly the manager at Burnley, Bolton Wanderers and Wigan Athletic was unveiled as the new head coach of the Houston Dynamo.

(01:30) | Dec 9, 2014

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Nicol: Revs must get over loss quickly

MLS: Former New England Revolution head coach Steve Nicol explains what the Revs need to do to get over their MLS Cup losing streak.

(01:44) | Dec 8, 2014

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Donovan goes out on top

MLS: Landon Donovan wins his sixth MLS Cup title in what will be his last season as a footballer.

(00:59) | Dec 8, 2014

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Aguirre to keep Japan job

International Football: Javier Aguirre will retain his post as the national coach amid allegations of his involvement in a match-fixing scandal in Spain.

(00:25) | Dec 19, 2014

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Allegri pleased to overcome Cagliari test

Serie A: Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri described facing his old club Cagliari as 'a pleasure', even though he admitted his side had to be at their best to record a 3-1 Serie A victory.

(01:04) | Dec 19, 2014

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Bubba Claus is coming to town

Golf Video: 2014 Masters champion Bubba Watson decided to celebrate the festive period with a new christmas song called Bubba Claus.

(03:06) | Dec 19, 2014

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Pearson eager to answer critics

Premier League: Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson says to be looking forward to the opportunity to answer back the critics.

(01:54) | Dec 19, 2014

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Lambert confirms Keane visited Cleverley at his home

Premier League: Aston Villa manager Paul Lamber answered to reports that former assistant manager Roy Keane confronted Tom Cleverley at the midfielder's home believing he had leaked stories about Keane falling out with the club's players.

(02:06) | Dec 19, 2014

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Dyche: Burnley ready for Spurs

Premier League: Burnley manager Sean Dyche aims for back-to-back wins in the English Premier League as his side travel to face Tottenham.

(01:15) | Dec 19, 2014

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