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British drivers talk fitness regimes

Will Stevens, Nick Yelloly and Lewis Williamson talk to Gemma Scott about how intensely they train away from the track.

(02:33) | May 24, 2012



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World Series by Renault: Formula 1 legend talks to Gemma Scott at the World Series by Renault event in Moscow.

(04:39) | Jul 20, 2012

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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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Di Matteo weary of Hamburg defence

Bundesliga: Schalke manager Roberto Di Matteo says it will not be easy to score against a Hamburg side that has the fourth best defence in the Bundesliga.

(01:18) | Dec 20, 2014

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Holden: Defoe did not settle well in Toronto

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew react to the latest Jermain Defoe rumours that he may be seeking a move away from Toronto FC, but Steve Nicol would hope the 32-year-old would have a bit of loyalty to see his contract through.

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