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Highlights: Leeds United 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham bowed out of the FA Cup at the fourth-round stage as they were beaten at Championship side Leeds.

(05:09) | January 27, 2013



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Van Gaal looking forward to Arsenal tie

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(01:40) | Feb 17, 2015

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Grayson: Rooney didn't dive

FA Cup: Preston North End manager Simon Grayson defending Wayne Rooney after the England captain appeared to go down in the penalty area in their FA Cup Fifth Round clash.

(00:47) | Feb 17, 2015

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Van Gaal delighted with progression

FA Cup: Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal praised the spirit of his players after they came from behind to beat Preston North end 3-1 in The FA Cup fifth round.

(01:33) | Feb 17, 2015

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Allegri: Coppa Italia important for Juve

Serie A: Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri has stressed the importance of the Coppa Italia for his side.

(01:59) | Mar 5, 2015

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Van Gaal: United deserved late goal

Premier League: Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal says his side were well worth their late win against Newcastle on Wednesday.

(01:23) | Mar 5, 2015

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Figo: Nothing would change under Blatter

International Football: FIFA presidential candidate Luis Figo says nothing will change is Sepp Blatter wins a fifth term in charge of footballs governing body.

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