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Off The Ball: Bye Bye Barcelona

Chelsea's draw at the Nou Camp has won the club new fans in the media - what was the most impressive aspect of their performance on Tuesday? The Off The Ball team discuss.

(03:25) | April 27, 2012



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Off The Ball: On The Bench - 27th April

Off The Ball: Simon Clare is joined by Will Buckley, Paddy Barclay, Bob Mills and Ian Stone to talk Euro 2012 and give their predictions for this weekend's games.

(08:31) | Apr 27, 2012

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Off The Ball: Manchester Monday Madness

Off The Ball: The 'season decider' is played this Monday with the most important Manchester derby in years. The Off The Ball team give their predictions.

(03:29) | Apr 27, 2012

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Off The Ball: Bye Bye Barcelona

Off The Ball: Chelsea's draw at the Nou Camp has won the club new fans in the media - what was the most impressive aspect of their performance on Tuesday? The Off The Ball team discuss.

(03:25) | Apr 27, 2012

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Weekend Bender: Southampton marches on

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Alison Bender delves deeper into Southampton's immense success in the Premier League this season, and their movement upwards of 66-places in English football in the past five years.

(02:45) | Nov 29, 2014

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Managerial merry-go-round at Spurs

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew react to Christian Eriksen's comments that Tottenham are struggling to connect on the pitch, and Kasey Keller attributes this possible disconnect to the continued managerial changes at White Hart Lane.

(04:06) | Nov 29, 2014

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Davies: It's been a long road

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew chat with the New England Revolution's Charlie Davies as he discusses his personal journey and the Revs' potential spot in the MLS Cup final.

(04:41) | Nov 29, 2014

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Ronaldo the clear favourite for the Ballon d'Or?

ESPN FC on TV: Kasey Keller responds to Michel Platini's comments that a German should claim the Ballon d'Or, but with Cristiano Ronaldo's goal-scoring run thus far, it appears he is the clear favourite.

(01:43) | Nov 28, 2014

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Keller: Who is going to step up?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Kasey Keller believes both the LA Galaxy and Seattle Sounders were content with the first leg result, and that the second leg will come down to who can be more lethal in front of net.

(01:21) | Nov 28, 2014

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Donovan's career nearing its end

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Kasey Keller discusses the second leg between the Seattle Sounders and LA Galaxy, where Landon Donovan will need to be motivated if LA are to advance to the final once again.

(00:42) | Nov 28, 2014

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