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ESPN FC: Did Man Utd pay the penalty?

Marcotti and Nicol debate the home side's claims for a spot-kick against Chelsea.

(01:26) | August 26, 2013



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ESPN FC on TV: Craig Burley, Alejandro Moreno, and Steve Nicol weigh in on Southampton star Morgan Schneiderlin's disgruntled tweet toward his club.

(03:20) | Jul 30, 2014

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Does the MLS need Ronaldinho?

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew delve into where Ronaldino will land following his departure from Atletico Mineiro and Craig Burley questions whether the former Brazil star is the right fit for the MLS.

(03:48) | Jul 29, 2014

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What's next for Ronaldinho?

ESPN FC on TV: The FC crew discuss Ronaldinho’s departure from Brazilian club Atlético Mineiro and debate whether he will make a move to the MLS.

(00:57) | Jul 28, 2014

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Gold medalist faces doping disqualification

Athletics: Commonwealth Games Federation Chief Executive Mike Hooper gives details of Nigerian weightlifting champion Chika Amalaha's failed drugs test.

(01:50) | Jul 30, 2014

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Scolari appointed Gremio manager

International Football: Gremio have appointed former Brazil head coach Luis Felipe Scolari as their new boss.

(00:56) | Jul 30, 2014

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Man United edge out Inter Milan on penalties

International Football: ESPN FC’s Diego Arrioja recaps Manchester United's penalty shootout victory over Inter Milan after a scoreless draw in the International Champions Cup.

(01:26) | Jul 30, 2014

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MLS Goals of the week: Week 20

MLS: Check out the best goals from Week 20 in the MLS including Federico Higuain's filthy free kick.

(02:23) | Jul 30, 2014

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Simeone hoping to be future Argentina coach

La Liga: As Atletico Madrid continue their pre-season preparations in Mexico, manager Diego Simeone brushed off suggestions that he might fill the newly vacant Argentina manager's post.

(00:21) | Jul 30, 2014

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Martino to lead La Albiceleste?

International Football: With reports that Tata Martino will replace Alejandro Sabella as head man for Argentina, the ESPN FC crew discusses whether or not he will be a good fit.

(02:38) | Jul 29, 2014

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