Wenger: Ferguson should be punished for rant
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has reopened his long-standing feud with Sir Alex Ferguson by claiming the Manchester United boss should have been punished for his angry confrontation with the match officials during his side's win against Newcastle
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Mourinho suggests Costa will miss United game
Premier League: Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says Diego Costa and Loic Remy are expected to miss their match against Manchester United.
(01:29) | Oct 22, 2014
Manchester City to target Ozil
Premier League: Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has reportedly ordered his board to make a 32 million pound move for Mesut Ozil in January as the Citizens plan for life without Yaya Toure.
(00:49) | Oct 22, 2014
Irvine: Players are really disappointed
Premier League: West Brom manager Alan Irvine was disappointed his team squandered leads twice against Manchester United and could not close the game out.
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2015 Tour de France route revealed
Cycling: The 102nd Tour de France route has been revealed, with defending champion Vincenzo Nibali expecting a tough first week.
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Barcelona next on Ronaldo's hit-list
La Liga: Cristiano Ronaldo has his sights on Real Madrid's upcoming match against Barcelona after beating Liverpool in the UEFA Champions League.
(01:06) | Oct 23, 2014
Taarabt, Redknapp exchange fire in war of words
ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew give their take on the war of words between QPR's Adel Taarabt and Harry Redknapp over Taarabt's fitness.
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Can Manchester United pull off the comeback?
ESPN FC on TV: Louis Van Gaal believes Manchester United can still win a Premier League title. The FC panel think otherwise.
(03:27) | Oct 22, 2014
Who makes it through Group A?
ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC guys predict who will make it through a tight Group A in the UEFA Champions League.
(01:00) | Oct 22, 2014
Are Bayern the best in Europe?
ESPN FC on TV: German correspondent Raphael Honigstein says Bayern were considered the best in Europe last season as well but inevitably came up short.
(00:44) | Oct 22, 2014
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