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ESPN FC: Triple punishment

FC's Gab Marcotti discusses the double punishment rule and the possibility of UEFA, FIFA and IFAP changing it.

(00:45) | February 19, 2014



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Vidal: I'm not going to Manchester

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Julien Laurens discusses Arturo Vidal's current status with Juventus and if he will remain with la Vecchia Signora for the 2014-2015 season.

(01:04) | Jul 24, 2014

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Lampard: Perception of MLS is changing

ESPN FC on TV: NYC FC's Frank Lampard contends that MLS is no longer the 'retirement league' for top players.

(01:47) | Jul 24, 2014

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Lose-lose for Major League Soccer

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno gives his take on MLS teams playing friendlies against the other top teams in the world.

(00:52) | Jul 24, 2014

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Wenger: Zelalem can be 'exceptional'

Premier League: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger speaks about his young midfielder Gedion Zelalem's potential.

(00:54) | Jul 25, 2014

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Arteta: FA Cup just the beginning

Premier League: Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta thinks that last year's FA Cup triumph can be the platform for more success.

(00:51) | Jul 25, 2014

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Arteta: Our competition keeps improving

Premier League: Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta speaks about the Premier League's continued improvement and the club's trust in Arsene Wenger.

(00:30) | Jul 25, 2014

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Wenger: Not enough rest for players

Premier League: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says that there is not enough rest time between the World Cup and the start of the European season.

(01:12) | Jul 25, 2014

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Arteta explains Spain's failure

Premier League: Arsenal's Spanish midfielder Mikel Arteta reflects on Spain's World Cup failure this summer.

(00:31) | Jul 25, 2014

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Wenger: We want more

Premier League: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger speaks on his squad's consistency over the past decade.

(01:03) | Jul 25, 2014

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