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ESPNsoccernet Press Pass: 5 July 2012

Gab Marcotti, Tommy Smyth and Shaka Hislop discuss the implications for Arsenal after Robin van Persie said he would not extend his contract with the club, which runs out next summer. Plus reaction to England’s highest-ever FIFA ranking of four!

(23:30) | July 5, 2012



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