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Pele: This is a disaster

Brazilian legend Pele looks ahead to the World Cup final and says Brazil's failure at the tournament is "a disaster".

(01:02) | July 12, 2014



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Dunga: We will not play according to Neymar

International Football: Brazil's new head coach, Dunga, spoke about Neymar and the team dynamic moving forward.

(00:31) | Jul 28, 2014

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Neymar’s potential with Brazil

International Football: ESPN FC’s Paul Mariner discusses Neymar’s potential and what more he has to prove for Brazil.

(00:31) | Jul 28, 2014

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Dunga disses Neymar, Alves for dyeing hair

International Football: The ESPN FC crew react to new Brazilian head coach Dunga's comments on Dani Alves and Neymar dyeing their hair during the World Cup.

(01:12) | Jul 28, 2014

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What's next for Ronaldinho?

ESPN FC on TV: The FC crew discuss Ronaldinho’s departure from Brazilian club Atlético Mineiro and debate whether he will make a move to the MLS.

(00:57) | Jul 28, 2014

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ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew breaks down Manchester United's new defensive line, Luis Suarez in Barcelona, and Tottenham's aspirations for this season.

(01:49) | Jul 28, 2014

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Fairytale ending for Ferdinand

Premier League: Rio Ferdinand expressed his delight at joining Queens Park Rangers.

(01:58) | Jul 28, 2014

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The Southampton exodus continues

Premier League: Calum Chambers is the latest Southampton departure as it was announced that he would join Arsenal.

(01:04) | Jul 28, 2014

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Bradley upset with MLS refs

MLS: ESPN FC’s Alejandro Moreno reacts to comments made by Michael Bradley criticizing MLS refs.

(00:36) | Jul 28, 2014

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Battle of the forwards

MLS: ESPN FC's Paul Mariner is looking forward to the battle between Seattle and LA's forwards.

(00:27) | Jul 28, 2014

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