ESPN FC Podcast: Defending the Indefensible
Corinthians win the Club World Cup, incurring the wrath of Chelsea's own South American contingent. Dan Mason, John Brewin, Kevin Palmer and Darrell Currie give their thoughts on a testing time for the Blues.
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(01:05) | Jul 30, 2014
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Football Video: The father of Argentina and Juventus star Carlos Tevez is released after being kidnapped in Buenos Aires.
(01:00) | Jul 30, 2014
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La Liga: Atlético Madrid centre-back Miranda praises the club's new goalkeepers Jan Oblak and Miguel Angel Moya.
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Sabella resigns as Argentina manager
International Football: Alejandro Sabella resigns as Argentina head coach after being beaten in extra time by Germany in the 2014 Brazil World Cup final.
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