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ESPNsoccernet Press Pass: 2 June 2012

Shaka Hislop, Craig Burley and Tommy Smyth discuss the transfer tactics of Chelsea and Man United and whether the European Championship are harder to win than the World Cup. Plus, Tommy’s Top 25!

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