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WSL: Bristol Academy 0-3 Arsenal Ladies

Arsenal boss Laura Harvey sang the praises of flying winger Gemma Davison after she set up two of the Gunners’ goals and scored one herself in a convincing win at Bristol Academy.

(05:03) | May 31, 2012



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Gilly Flaherty and Alex Scott: We created chances

Women's Super League: Goalscorers Gilly Flaherty and Alex Scott praised their side's performance against Chelsea Ladies and believe they are now getting results for their hard work

(01:30) | Jun 6, 2013

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Emma Hayes: I'm gutted for the players

Women's Super League: Chelsea Ladies head coach Emma Hayes believes that her side can turn around their recent bad form

(01:41) | Jun 6, 2013

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Shelley Kerr: We make things hard for ourselves

Women's Super League: Arsenal Ladies manager Shelley Kerr talks to Nat Coombes after watching her side beat local rivals Chelsea Ladies in the Women's Super League

(02:43) | Jun 6, 2013

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Pellegrini: Aguero is irreplaceable

Premier League: Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini believes Sergio Agüero is as important to Man City as Ronaldo and Messi are to their respective club.

(01:37) | Nov 28, 2014

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Ancelotti wary of in-form Malaga

La Liga: Carlo Ancelotti denies his Real Madrid team are tired and says they're be at their best against Malaga.

(01:04) | Nov 28, 2014

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Suarez admits his best and worst traits

La Liga: Barcelona star Luis Suarez has admitted his faults and best traits on and off the pitch.

(01:47) | Nov 28, 2014

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Blanc: Brandao punishment excessive

Ligue 1: Paris Saint-Germain manager Laurent Blanc says a one-month prison sentence for Bastia striker Brandao following his headbutt on PSG's Thiago Motta was "excessive".

(01:38) | Nov 28, 2014

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Rodgers shrugs off Liverpool sack speculation

Premier League: Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers insists he has no fears about being one of the favourites to lose his job.

(01:35) | Nov 28, 2014

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Chelsea look to avenge last season's defeat

Premier League: Jose Mourinho spoke about last season's defeat to Sunderland that ended his 77-game unbeaten home Premier League run.

(01:01) | Nov 28, 2014

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