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ESPNsoccernet Press Pass: 5 May 2012

Steve Nicol, Robbie Mustoe, Shaka Hislop & Frank Leboeuf look ahead to a big weekend in England, including Newcastle v Man City and the FA Cup final between Chelsea & Liverpool. Plus, are Real Madrid really better than Barcelona?

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