Van Bommel quits international football
Netherlands captain Marc van Bommel has retired from international football following his country's elimination from Euro 2012.
(00:47) | June 21, 2012
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(01:04) | Jul 1, 2012
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Euro 2012: UEFA President Michel Platini has said he wants as many as 13 cities to host Euro 2020.
(03:10) | Jun 30, 2012
Blanc quits as France head coach
Euro 2012: Laurent Blanc will not renew his contract as head coach of France, the French Football Federation confirmed on Saturday.
(00:58) | Jun 30, 2012
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Premier League: Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood thinks his players "need to feel the pressure" as they try to get out of the English Premier League relegation zone.
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Pearson not throwing in the towel just yet
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(01:14) | Mar 3, 2015
Koeman wants a 'ruthless' Southampton
Premier League: Southampton manager Ronald Koeman called on his team to be "more ruthless in the box", but also defended misfiring striker, Graziano Pelle.
(01:25) | Mar 3, 2015
Monk: Kane will be a challenge to defend
Premier League: Swansea City manager Garry Monk discusses Harry Kane's impressive form this season and how his team will hope to stifle the Tottenham star on Wednesday.
(00:50) | Mar 3, 2015
Pardew: Southampton have earned respect
Premier League: Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew discusses his team's preparations for Southampton ahead of their midweek matchup on Tuesday.
(00:40) | Mar 3, 2015
Van Praag: I would release full Garcia report
International Football: FIFA presidential candidate Michael van Praag said he would ensure full disclosure of Michael Garcia's report into the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups and have a 40-team World Cup if he is elected in May.
(01:28) | Mar 3, 2015
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