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New Zamalek coach Mido confident of success

Former Marseille, Roma and Tottenham Hotspur striker Mido was appointed coach of Cairo club Zamalek.

(01:46) | January 23, 2014



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Tevez's father returned after kidnapping

Football Video: The father of Argentina and Juventus star Carlos Tevez is released after being kidnapped in Buenos Aires.

(01:00) | Jul 30, 2014

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Di Maria in, Cavani out?

Football Video: ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson contends that Angel Di Maria's purported move to PSG could make way for Edinson Cavani's move to Manchester United.

(01:02) | Jul 28, 2014

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Pochettino impressed with Spurs' stint stateside

Football Video: Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino has been impressed with side's two wins and one draw from their pre-season tour of the United States.

(01:56) | Jul 27, 2014

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Latest on Chicharito and Fellaini

Premier League: ESPN FC's Prim Siripipat reports on the latest transfer rumours surrounding Javier Hernandez and Marouane Fellaini.

(01:05) | Jul 30, 2014

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Allegri confident of keeping Vidal

Serie A: Despite reportedly agreeing to join Manchester United, it looks like Juventus star Arturo Vidal will be staying put in Italy.

(01:39) | Jul 30, 2014

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Miranda praises Atl├ętico goalkeepers

La Liga: Atl├ętico Madrid centre-back Miranda praises the club's new goalkeepers Jan Oblak and Miguel Angel Moya.

(01:10) | Jul 30, 2014

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Sabella resigns as Argentina manager

International Football: Alejandro Sabella resigns as Argentina head coach after being beaten in extra time by Germany in the 2014 Brazil World Cup final.

(00:27) | Jul 30, 2014

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Mazzarri pleased with Inter performance

Serie A: Internazionale head coach Walter Mazzarri was pleased with his side's performance despite losing out on penalties to Manchester United.

(01:08) | Jul 30, 2014

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Lisicki smashes women's serve record

Tennis Video: Sabine Lisicki hit the fastest recorded serve in the history of women's tennis during her first-round defeat to Ana Ivanovic in the Bank of the West Classic on Tuesday.

(00:50) | Jul 30, 2014

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