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Benitez: Champions League exit would be a tragedy

Napoli head coach Rafael Benitez has played down the importance of his side's UEFA Champions League qualifier with Athletic Bilbao on Tuesday.

(02:25) | August 19, 2014



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Tavecchio fires broadside at Juve

Serie A: FIGC president Carlo Tavecchio says he is disappointed with the outcome of the 2006 match-fixing scandal, which saw many involved walk away unscathed.

(01:37) | Mar 26, 2015

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Allegri praises style in Juventus win

Serie A: Massimiliano Allegri and Carlos Tevez hailed Juventus' professional approach, after the Argentine striker scored the only goal in their Serie A victory over Genoa.

(01:20) | Mar 23, 2015

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Conte named Italian coach of the year

Serie A: Antonio Conte has been crowned Serie A's coach of the year for the third consecutive time after steering Juventus to last season's Scudetto.

(01:26) | Mar 11, 2015

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Twellman: Bedoya was the man of the match

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Taylor Twellman discusses the United States grades against Switzerland, where he praises Alejandro Bedoya, knocks Tim Chandler and reacts to the learning curve for Gyasi Zardes.

(01:52) | Mar 31, 2015

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Burley: I'm not going to criticise Altidore

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew break down the United States' 1-1 draw with Switzerland, focusing on Jozy Altidore's red card.

(01:46) | Mar 31, 2015

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Twellman: U.S. had more defining gameplay

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Taylor Twellman breaks down the United States' 1-1 draw against Switzerland, and believes they are making defensive improvements despite conceding late goals.

(01:10) | Mar 31, 2015

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Dyche confident at avoiding relegation

Premier League: Burnley manager Sean Dyche previews his side's clash with Tottenahm at Turf Moor, and assesses their chances of avoiding relegation this season.

(01:29) | Mar 31, 2015

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WATCH: Fans hilarious reaction to Shea's goal

International Football: One United States supporter was in awe of Brek Shea's free-kick goal in their 1-1 draw with Switzerland.

(00:45) | Mar 31, 2015

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Rummenigge: Clubs shouldn't fear 'big money'

Football Video: Bayern Munich chief executive officer Karl-Heinz Rumenigge says the Premier League's new mammoth TV deal isn't necessarily bad news for other big clubs in Europe.

(01:58) | Mar 31, 2015


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