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Atleti temporarily at the top

ESPN FC's Des Curran breaks down Atletico Madrid's win that puts them on top of La Liga, at least until Barcelona plays on Sunday.

(01:09) | January 4, 2014



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Barcelona transfer saga

La Liga: ESPN FC's Stewart Robson analyses Barcelona's offseason transfer market after FIFA rejected the club's appeal over their transfer ban for 2015.

(01:08) | Aug 20, 2014

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Is Ronaldo's form slipping?

La Liga: The Real Madrid star's 2014-15 season has started just as his 2013-14 finished, with his contribution being hampered by injury.

(00:59) | Aug 20, 2014

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Do Real Madrid need Di Maria?

La Liga: ESPN FC's Stewart Robson believes Real Madrid need Angel Di Maria in case Cristiano Ronaldo's form starts slipping.

(01:10) | Aug 20, 2014

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Conte looking to lift Italy

International Football: Stewart Robson believes Conte is one of the best coaches in Europe but needs better players to score goals.

(00:29) | Aug 20, 2014

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Mourinho mind games-1

ESPN FC on TV: Jose Mourinho praised Cesc Fabregas in Monday's game. Was it a way to play mind games with Hazard and other Chelsea players?

(01:22) | Aug 20, 2014

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Breitner: Bayern can cope with injuries

Bundesliga: Germany legend Paul Breitner believes Bayern Munich will be able to challenge on all fronts despite losing key players to injuries.

(02:10) | Aug 20, 2014

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Hamann predicts Dortmund challenge

Bundesliga: Former Bayern Munich midfielder Dietmar Hamann hopes that Borussia Dortmund can mount more of a challenge to Bayern's Bundesliga defence this campaign.

(01:43) | Aug 20, 2014

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WATCH: Brasileirao's Top 5 goals

Football Video: The best goals scored this week in Brazil's first division including a superb finish by Cruzeiro's Julio Baptista.

(01:47) | Aug 20, 2014

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Pope Francis visited by his football team

International Football: The Pope was visited by the Argentinean football team San Lorenzo in Vatican City after they won the Copa Libertadores.

(01:09) | Aug 20, 2014

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