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ESPN FC: Hanging on by a thread

Nicol and Hislop discuss another defeat for underperforming Mexico.

(01:14) | October 16, 2013



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Lessons learned in the Premier League

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC team give their picks ahead of week 17 in the Premier League and Steve Nicol does not stray away from a positive Liverpool result, while Tommy Smyth is not counting out Manchester United from title contention just yet.

(05:08) | Dec 20, 2014

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Holden: Defoe did not settle well in Toronto

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew react to the latest Jermain Defoe rumours that he may be seeking a move away from Toronto FC, but Steve Nicol would hope the 32-year-old would have a bit of loyalty to see his contract through.

(05:00) | Dec 20, 2014

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ESPN FC Extra Time: Terry the best centre back?

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC team respond to your questions in regards to whether or not Raheem Sterling should leave Liverpool, FIFA's corruption and debate who is the best centre back in the world with John Terry, Medhi Benatia and Sergio Ramos all amongst the favourite

(04:00) | Dec 20, 2014

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Martinez: I think we were a little bit soft

Premier League: An own goal from Romelu Lukaku and Gaziano Pelle's 11th club goal of the season sank Everton at St. Mary's.

(00:33) | Dec 20, 2014

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Dyche: We delivered a good performance

Premier League: Burnley manager Sean Dyche believed his side effectively upheld their game plan against Tottenham, but were unfortunate in their 2-1 loss.

(00:38) | Dec 20, 2014

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Monk: We showed resilience

Premier League: Swansea City manager Garry Monk explained his side showed plenty of resiliency in their 1-0 win against a defensive Hull City.

(00:47) | Dec 20, 2014

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Bruce: I expected a better performance

Premier League: Hull City manager Steve Bruce refused to make excuses for his side's 1-0 loss to Swansea City.

(01:06) | Dec 20, 2014

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Saints go marching on after Everton victory

Premier League: Southampton emphatically brought an end to their run of five successive losses in all competitions by beat Everton 3-0 at St Mary's.

(01:00) | Dec 20, 2014

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Pochettino: After six days, three victories

Premier League: Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino praised Erik Lamela's strong performance in their 2-1 win over Burnley.

(00:30) | Dec 20, 2014

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