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Villas-Boas: We need to be better at home

Manager Andre Villas-Boas believes his Tottenham side need to build on their 3-1 Premier League win over Reading to strengthen their home form.

(01:14) | January 1, 2013



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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.

(00:33) | Oct 21, 2014

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Van Gaal: It's two points lost

Premier League: Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal explains his disappointment about the two dropped points against West Brom, but happy with his style of play.

(01:09) | Oct 21, 2014

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Rodgers: We weren't at our best

Premier League: Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers admitted his team did not deserve their 3-2 Premier League victory over Queesnt Park Rangers on Sunday.

(01:25) | Oct 20, 2014

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ESPN FC Extra Time: Adriano hits five

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew debate whether or not Luiz Adriano should get called up by Brazil, discuss the possible candidates for the Houston Dynamo head coaching vacancy and more.

(02:56) | Oct 22, 2014

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Sir Alex Ferguson absolves David Moyes

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Craig Burley does not believe Alex Ferguson when he says David Moyes' failures were not his fault.

(00:56) | Oct 21, 2014

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Real Madrid distracted by El Clasico?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Sid Lowe believes that Real Madrid will be fully focused on their UEFA Champions League match against Liverpool despite their upcoming tie with archrivals Barcelona.

(00:43) | Oct 21, 2014

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Ronaldo aiming to bring top form to Anfield

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Sid Lowe questions whether it is possible to make Cristiano Ronaldo anymore determined to win than he already is.

(00:40) | Oct 21, 2014

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Bayern in complete control

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC team look at the Group E standings after match day 3 and take their picks on who will advance to the knock out rounds.

(01:05) | Oct 21, 2014

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FIFA happy with Russia 2018 progress

International Football: From the sun and sand of Rio de Janeiro, to the metropolis of Moscow, the 2018 World Cup in Russia is likely to provide plenty of contrasts from the most recent tournament in Brazil.

(01:39) | Oct 21, 2014

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