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ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC team respond to your questions about Chelsea's striking concerns, Liverpool's goalkeeper debacle, but have a laugh when asked if Charlie Austin is the most underrated forward.
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Moreno: Arsenal should demand better
ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno explains Arsenal supporters should be asking for their club to win the league, and Shaka Hislop agrees that Arsenal need to address their defensive midfield issues in order to press for a title.
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Is De Gea Man United's saviour?
ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop reacts to Manchester United's goalless draw with Tottenham, but explains their recent nine game unbeaten run must be primarily pinpointed to the Spanish goalkeeper, David de Gea.
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