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ESPNsoccernet Press Pass: 16 July 2012

Steve Nicol, Gab Marcotti and Shaka Hislop discuss all the latest transfer news, plus David Beckham’s two goals for the Galaxy that may have Team GB manager Stuart Pearce regretting his decision to omit him from the Olympic squad.

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