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PTI UK: Which drug cheats should go to the Olympics?

As the BOA lose their battle to ban drugs cheats Dwain Chambers and David Millar from the Olympic team, Chappers and Buncey discuss which one should be included.

(00:54) | April 30, 2012



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PTI UK 19 May

PTI UK: Steve Bunce and Mark Webster discuss David Beckham's retirement, John Terry, and other top stories in the sporting world.

(23:42) | May 20, 2013

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Mancini on the move?

PTI UK: Mark Webster and Steve Bunce discuss what's next for Roberto Mancini.

(01:30) | May 13, 2013

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Impossible job?

PTI UK: Is David Moyes job to replace Sir Alex Ferguson impossible? Mark Webster and Steve Bunce discuss.

(01:15) | May 13, 2013

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Raul set to join New York Cosmos

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Steve Nicol discusses the leadership and footballing knowledge that Raul can bring to the New York Cosmos.

(01:22) | Oct 21, 2014

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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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Can Balotelli find his form at Liverpool?

ESPN FC on TV: Does Mario Balotelli need to be volatile to be effective? The ESPN FC crew discuss.

(02:10) | Oct 21, 2014

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Will Rodgers adapt to Real's pressure?

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Paul Mariner question whether or not Brendan Rodgers can adapt his tactics, avoid stubbornness and play more defensively against Real Madrid.

(01:05) | Oct 20, 2014

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Messi's refusal to leave the pitch

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Paul Mariner, Stuart Holden and Steve Nicol are all in agreement that Luis Enrique needs to have a better line of communication with his players along with adding more authority after Lionel Messi's refusal to leave their recent La Liga match.

(01:42) | Oct 20, 2014

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