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Giggs, Scholes' legacies almost complete

ESPN commentator Mark Donaldson assesses Ryan Giggs' and Paul Scholes' career at Old Trafford.

(01:33) | November 27, 2012



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Rodgers: Gerrard best player I've managed

Premier League: Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers explains that Steven Gerrard is the best player he has ever managed.

(01:34) | Nov 26, 2014

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Wenger quiet on Wilshere ankle injury

Premier League: Arsene Wenger isn't willing to give much information on midfielder Jack Wilshere's ankle injury.

(00:31) | Nov 25, 2014

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Wenger: I can take criticism

Premier League: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes the recent rumours of his job being in danger is false and believes his side will have a strong season.

(01:33) | Nov 25, 2014

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Phillip Hughes 1988-2014

Cricket Video: Australian batsman Phillip Hughes died in hospital after being struck by a bouncer during a Sheffield Shield game at the SCG. He was 25, four days shy of his birthday.

(02:30) | Nov 27, 2014

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Juventus have advantage in Group A

ESPN FC on TV: If Juventus beat Atletico Madrid by two goals, they will avoid group-winners such as Bayern Munich and Real Madrid in the next round.

(00:50) | Nov 27, 2014

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Will Liverpool make it out of the group?

ESPN FC on TV: Paul Mariner, Craig Burley and Shaka Hislop debate whether or not Liverpool can beat Basel and make it out of the Champions League group stage.

(01:32) | Nov 27, 2014

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W2W4: Europa League matchday 5

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti tells us what Sevilla, Everton and Napoli have in store for Thursday's Europa League fixtures.

(00:58) | Nov 27, 2014

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Assessing FIFPro's best defenders

ESPN FC on TV: Who was left off the FIFA FIFPro's short list of the best defenders in the world?

(01:56) | Nov 27, 2014

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Jardim: An unexplainable victory

Champions League: Monaco manager Leonardo Jardim said their vital UEFA Champions League win at Bayer Leverkusen was explainable after having just one shot on target.

(01:18) | Nov 27, 2014

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