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ESPN FC Press Pass: 6 November 2012

Robbie Earle and Steve Nicol discuss the reaction of Man City manager, Roberto Mancini, to continued questions about his future, as well as Arsenal's slump and Liverpool's reliance on Luis Suarez.

(23:30) | November 6, 2012



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