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Shock at Di Matteo departure

Yet another new dawn in the history of Chelsea Football Club broke this morning, but many managers across the globe are refusing to let the sun set on the old one.

(02:17) | November 22, 2012



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Hart commits to Man City long-term

Premier League: Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart has signed a new five-year contract at Manchester City.

(00:59) | Dec 19, 2014

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Poyet: It will be a special game like always

Premier League: Sunderland boss Gus Poyet previewed the Tyne-Wear derby with Newcastle United, where he hopes he side can produce something special.

(01:30) | Dec 19, 2014

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Mourinho: Hazard can be a Chelsea legend

Premier League: Belgium playmaker Eden Hazard can become a Chelsea legend, according to his boss Jose Mourinho.

(01:12) | Dec 19, 2014

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Happy Birthday, Tommy Smyth

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew wish Tommy Smyth a Happy Birthday with a Manchester United cake, and jokingly explain he is now 100-years-old.

(01:00) | Dec 19, 2014

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Burley: Fellaini is a good stop-gap

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew delve deeper into Marouane Fellaini's physical presence in the midfield for Manchester United, but the crew believe United are still not Premier League title contenders.

(02:36) | Dec 19, 2014

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Garcia's findings will be released

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC team react to Michael Garcia's 430-page report which will be released, but Craig Burley cannot help but crack a few jokes about Sepp Blatter's comments on 'bringing back FIFA.'

(01:09) | Dec 19, 2014

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Holden: San Lorenzo poses no legitimate threat

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Stuart Holden explains San Lorenzo pose no real threat to ending Real Madrid's win streak in the FIFA Club World Cup final.

(01:47) | Dec 19, 2014

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Garcia: Milan will test us

Serie A: Roma head coach Rudi Garcia admits Milan will test his side when the teams meet at the Stadio Olimpico.

(00:55) | Dec 19, 2014

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W2W4: Aston Villa aim to end United's run

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC team preview week 17 of the Premier League as Manchester United's win streak on the line, but Steve Nicol explains he is confident ahead of Liverpool's match against Arsenal despite recent results.

(02:29) | Dec 19, 2014

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