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Talk of the Terrace Highlights (UK + ROI Only)

Nat and Kelly are joined by Ian Walker, Chris Bates and David Schneider for a sideways look at the footballing week. Plus, Eddie Kadi stands in for Chris Cohen and Buncey has another rant. Plus, music from Fenech Soler.

(09:29) | February 8, 2011



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Lessons learned in the Premier League

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Bielsa: Best young players in the world are in Ligue 1

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