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ESPN FC: Silence speaks louder than words

After Jose Mourinho's short and sweet halftime speech at Craven Cottage, ESPN FC's Stewart Robson relives some of the most memorable halftime speeches he received.

(00:47) | March 4, 2014



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Top weekend matchups from around Europe

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses his top matchups from around Europe and how they will effect their respective leagues.

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Can the Gunners halt City's barrage?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Alison Bender visits Emirates Stadium ahead of Arsenal's match against Manchester City.

(00:36) | Sep 13, 2014

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Can Real Madrid afford to rest Ronaldo?

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC panel discuss Cristiano Ronaldo's apparent injury crisis, and how it impacts Real Madrid.

(01:40) | Sep 13, 2014

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Highlights: Porto 1-1 Vitoria

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Highlights: San Jose 1-1 LA Galaxy

: The San Jose Earthquakes stole a point against the LA Galaxy at Buck Shaw Stadium as Robbie Keane missed a penalty kick, allowing for Chris Wondolowski to notch a second half equaliser.

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WATCH: Worst free-kick ever?

: Quilmes defender Sebastian Martinez comically slips before taking what's one of the worst free-kicks ever.

(00:33) | Sep 14, 2014

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Highlights: Sangju Sangmu 1-0 Jeonnam Dragons

: Sangju Sangmu defeated Jeonnam Dragons 1-0 in the K-League to knock their opponents down to seventh.

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Highlights: Guangzhou R&F 4-0 Shanghai

: Guangzhou R&F enjoyed a 4-0 triumph over Shanghai Greenland Shenhua.

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Highlights: Spartak Moscow 3-1 Torpedo

: Spartak Moscow beat Torpedo Moscow 3-1 in the Russian Premier League in their first competitive game at their new stadium.

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