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Injury woes for title chasers

ESPN FC's Des Currans gives the latest on City striker Sergio Aguero and Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey's injuries that will keep them out for the long term.

(01:05) | January 31, 2014



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Cech future unclear

Premier League: Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho could find it difficult to keep Petr Cech after handing Thibaut Courtois his Premier League debut against Burnley.

(01:46) | Aug 20, 2014

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Mackay favourite to manage Crystal Palace

Premier League: Malky Mackay has been installed as favourite to be head coach of Crystal Palace after he had a second round of talks with The Eagles' Chairman Steve Parish.

(00:23) | Aug 20, 2014

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Rojo announces United move

Premier League: Sporting Lisbon defender Marcos Rojo has announced that he is joining Manchester United.

(00:46) | Aug 19, 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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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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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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