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FA Cup Semi Final: Liverpool v Everton LIVE on ESPN

Watch Liverpool v Everton LIVE and EXCLUSIVE on ESPN in the UK on Saturday 14th April from 11am.

(00:35) | April 10, 2012



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Wenger apologises

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Winterburn: Wenger must build on cup win

FA Cup: Former Arsenal footballer Nigel Winterburn believes Arsene Wenger and Arsenal must continue to move forward following their FA Cup victory.

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Reus denies Bayern Munich rumours

Bundesliga: Reports have indicated that Borussia Dortmund's Marco Reus may follow in Mario Gotze's footsteps and compete a move to Bayern Munich, but the 25-year-old made it clear he is only focused on securing three points against the Bavarians.

(01:03) | Oct 31, 2014

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Bale to miss Real's visit to Granada

La Liga: Gareth Bale has not recovered from a buttock muscle injury and will miss this weekend’s La Liga game at Granada.

(01:19) | Oct 31, 2014

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Van Gaal: Rooney will play

Premier League: Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal confirmed that captain Wayne Rooney will return to the starting lineup for the Manchester derby.

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