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John Barnes backs AVB for Liverpool

Liverpool legend John Barnes believes Andre Villas-Boas would be a fantastic replacement for Kenny Dalglish, and thinks whoever becomes the next Reds manager will be helped by the foundations laid by the outgoing Scot.

(02:59) | May 17, 2012



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Giroud injury scare for Wenger

Premier League: Olivier Giroud will miss Arsenal's UEFA Champions League playoff second leg against Besiktas and possibly be out for up to three months with an injury.

(01:37) | Aug 26, 2014

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United confirm Di Maria move

Premier League: ESPN FC's Craig Burley analyses how new signing Angel Di Maria will help get Manchester United back on track.

(01:12) | Aug 26, 2014

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Giroud injury leaves Arsenal in a corner

Premier League: ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik believes Arsene Wenger must spend and find a quality striker following Olivier Giroud breaking his foot.

(01:45) | Aug 26, 2014

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Rodriguez looking to improve

La Liga: New Real Madrid signing James Rodriguez believes he can improve as a player after signing for the Spanish giants.

(00:17) | Aug 27, 2014

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Can Liverpool finish among the Top 4?

ESPN FC on TV: The FC panel debate whether Liverpool can challenge for a top four spot this season.

(01:02) | Aug 27, 2014

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Besiktas confident of beating the odds

Champions League: Besiktas head coach Slaven Bilic believes his side can beat Arsenal and reach the UEFA Champions League group stage.

(01:46) | Aug 27, 2014

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Athletic Bilbao look to end UCL drought

Champions League: The second play-off match between Athletic Bilbao and Napoli will determine whether the Spaniards can progress to the Champions League for the first time since 1998.

(01:40) | Aug 27, 2014

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Marcelo: Sad to see Di Maria leave

La Liga: Real Madrid defender Marcelo discusses Angel Di Maria's move to Manchester United and the void he will leave behind at Real Madrid.

(00:42) | Aug 27, 2014

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Real hungry to make more UCL history

Champions League: Real Madrid may have achieved their historic Decima with their 10th European crown last season, but now want to become the first side to retain the Champions League.

(02:21) | Aug 27, 2014

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