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Indomitable Lions seeking a ticket

Cameroon and Tunisia trained in Yaoundé ahead of the second leg match of their CAF World Cup playoff.

(01:13) | November 16, 2013



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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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Puyol shows off his yoga skills

International Football: Recently retired Barcelona captain Carles Puyol displays some of his yoga skills on social media and ESPN FC's Max Bretos gives his best attempt at yoga pose.

(00:41) | Jul 29, 2014

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Where Now Freddy?

International Football: ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno gives his take on Freddy Adu as Adu joins his tenth team in ten years.

(01:05) | Jul 29, 2014

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Origi To Liverpool

Premier League: ESPN FC's Steve Nicol gives his take on Divock Origi signing with his former club.

(00:47) | Jul 29, 2014

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Should MLS bring Ronaldinho into the league?

MLS: The ESPN FC crew weigh in on MLS teams possibly signing Ronaldinho to the league.

(01:16) | Jul 29, 2014

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Reus goes Red?

Bundesliga: ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno believes that Marco Reus will end up at a rival Bundesliga team.

(00:26) | Jul 29, 2014

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Craig's best Barca-Madrid XI

La Liga: Craig Burley gives his best XI from the Barcelona and Real Madrid squads and Stevie Nicol doesn't agree with some of his choices.

(00:42) | Jul 29, 2014

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U.S. teammates involved in altercation

MLS: ESPN FC's Craig Burley loved the passion shown between international teammates Omar Gonzalez and Clint Dempsey during their MLS clash.

(00:50) | Jul 29, 2014

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Walton sides with refs

MLS: Former Premier League referee Peter Walton analyzes the controversial Toronto no-call and believes the right call was made. The FC crew can't believe it!

(02:03) | Jul 29, 2014

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