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PTI UK: Will Roy take talent over form?

Wll Roy Hodgson follow the same pattern that he did for his Swiss squad for the World Cup in 1994, taking players for their talent, rather than their immediate form.

(01:50) | May 14, 2012



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PTI UK 19 May

PTI UK: Steve Bunce and Mark Webster discuss David Beckham's retirement, John Terry, and other top stories in the sporting world.

(23:42) | May 20, 2013

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Mancini on the move?

PTI UK: Mark Webster and Steve Bunce discuss what's next for Roberto Mancini.

(01:30) | May 13, 2013

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Impossible job?

PTI UK: Is David Moyes job to replace Sir Alex Ferguson impossible? Mark Webster and Steve Bunce discuss.

(01:15) | May 13, 2013

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Nishikori pleases home fans with straight sets victory

Tennis Video: Kei Nishikori pleases home fans with straight sets victory in his first match at the Japan Open Championships.

(01:08) | Oct 1, 2014

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Arsenal most injury-proned Premier League club

Premier League: Arsenal players have sustained 889 injuries since August 2002, fourteen percent more than any other Premier League club.

(01:19) | Oct 1, 2014

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Simon and Becker through at the Tokyo Open

Tennis Video: There were wins for Gilles Simon of France and Germany's Benjamin Becker in late action at the Tokyo Open in Japan on Wednesday.

(01:15) | Oct 1, 2014

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Ronaldinho signs pitch invader's Brazil shirt

International Football: Watch a pitch invader get lucky as former Brazil star Ronaldinho signed his shirt before being escorted from the field.

(00:45) | Oct 1, 2014

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Djokovic reaches the third round of the China Open

Tennis Video: Top seed and world number one Novak Djokovic reached the third round of the China Open in Beijing on Wednesday, following a 6-3, 7-5 victory over Canada's Vasek Pospisil.

(02:00) | Oct 1, 2014

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Lewis Hamilton previews Japanese GP

Formula One Video: Mercedes driver takes a look ahead to this week's Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka.

(02:41) | Oct 1, 2014

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