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Sneijder delighted to qualify for Brazil 2014

Wesley Sneijder spoke of his excitement after the Netherlands managed to secure a place at the 2014 FIFA World Cup

(00:31) | September 11, 2013



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International Football: Colombia have moved up to third in the September FIFA World Ranking, swapping places with Netherlands.

(01:02) | Sep 18, 2014

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International Football: Brazil coach Dunga discuss calling up uncapped Mario Fernandes for the Sele├žao's friendlies with Argentina and Japan.

(01:02) | Sep 17, 2014

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Koeman: Swansea were difficult

Premier League: Ronald Koeman discusses the difficulties his side faced against Swansea City, but it was Victor Wanyama's late goal that would propel Southampton to the win.

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Bruce: Could have been a fantastic start

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Pardew: We won a few friends today

Premier League: Under-pressure Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew spoke of his side's resilience after going 0-2 down to Hull City.

(01:04) | Sep 20, 2014

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Lambert: Arsenal are clinical

Premier League: Aston Villa coach Paul Lambert laments giving up three quick goals but is happy with 10 points in five games.

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