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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.

(00:27) | Jul 30, 2014

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Scolari appointed Gremio manager

International Football: Gremio have appointed former Brazil head coach Luis Felipe Scolari as their new boss.

(00:56) | Jul 30, 2014

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Man United edge out Inter Milan on penalties

International Football: ESPN FC’s Diego Arrioja recaps Manchester United's penalty shootout victory over Inter Milan after a scoreless draw in the International Champions Cup.

(01:26) | Jul 30, 2014

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Martino to lead La Albiceleste?

International Football: With reports that Tata Martino will replace Alejandro Sabella as head man for Argentina, the ESPN FC crew discusses whether or not he will be a good fit.

(02:38) | Jul 29, 2014

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Puyol shows off his yoga skills

International Football: Recently retired Barcelona captain Carles Puyol displays some of his yoga skills on social media and ESPN FC's Max Bretos gives his best attempt at yoga pose.

(00:41) | Jul 29, 2014

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Where Now Freddy?

International Football: ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno gives his take on Freddy Adu as Adu joins his tenth team in ten years.

(01:05) | Jul 29, 2014

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Handball or no handball?

International Football: Peter Walton and Craig Burley debate FIFA's handball rule and whether or not one was committed during the Manchester United match.

(01:05) | Jul 29, 2014

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Tevez's stepfather released after kidnapping

International Football: The lawyer for Carlos Tevez says the stepfather of the Juventus star was kidnapped in Argentina and released after a ransom was paid.

(00:43) | Jul 29, 2014

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Dunga: We will not play according to Neymar

International Football: Brazil's new head coach, Dunga, spoke about Neymar and the team dynamic moving forward.

(00:31) | Jul 28, 2014

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