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ESPN FC: The silencing of Shinji

Nicol and Darke discuss Shinji Kagawa's lack of playing time for Man United.

(01:33) | September 9, 2013



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Gunners lacking consistency?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop weighs in on Arsenal's mid-season struggles in previous campaigns.

(00:34) | Jul 26, 2014

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ESPN FC Extra Time

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC panel debate on who is the best Barcelona and Real Madrid starting XI.

(02:56) | Jul 26, 2014

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Fighting for the same shirt

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop weighs in on the upcoming goalkeeping battle between Petr Cech and Thibaut Courtois.

(01:06) | Jul 25, 2014

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Arteta expecting great season

Premier League: Arsenal stars Santi Cazorla and Mikel Arteta believe the new sigings at the club will bolster their title chances this season

(01:20) | Jul 26, 2014

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Cleverley looking for fresh start

Premier League: Along with the club, Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley is looking for a fresh start under Louis van Gaal

(02:33) | Jul 26, 2014

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Garcia: Strootman is going nowhere

Serie A: Roma boss Rudi Garcia says that midfielder Kevin Strootman will not be leaving the club despite supposed interest from Manchester United.

(01:04) | Jul 26, 2014

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It's time for Balotelli to step up

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop has had enough with Mario Balotelli says it's no longer worth taking a chance on the young striker.

(00:36) | Jul 25, 2014

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Cech's time running out?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Craig Burley contends that it's time for Thibaut Courtois to replace Peter Cech as Chelsea's number one keeper.

(00:35) | Jul 25, 2014

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Can Balotelli get his act together?

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew discuss whether or not Mario Balotelli can cast aside his disciplinary issues and lift AC Milan.

(00:50) | Jul 25, 2014

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