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  • Wed, 29 Mar 2017 18:00:00 +0000: Trending: Argentina's World Cup place in jeopardy, Brazil through to finals - ESPN FC News
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  • Wed, 29 Mar 2017 18:00:00 +0000: Trending: Argentina's World Cup place in jeopardy, Brazil through to finals - ESPN FC News
    Bolivia took advantage of Lionel Messi's suspension, claiming a 2-0 victory against Argentina in La Paz. The FC panel assess the four-match ban handed to Lionel Messi by FIFA and question whether the punishment fits the crime. Alejandro Moreno discusses the impact of Lionel Messi's 4-match ban on Argentina's World Cup qualifying campaign. ARGENTINA: Bolivia took advantage of Lionel Messi's absence to claim a comfortable 2-0 victory, harming Argentina's hopes of World Cup qualification in La Paz on Tuesday. -&nbsp;Head coach Edgardo Bauza criticised FIFA for handing Lionel Messi a four-game suspension hours before the game, while&nbsp;Barcelona have released a statement expressing their "surprise and indignation" at FIFA's decision. - Tim Vickery explains how Argentina find themselves in this predicament.&nbsp; - It comes after...
  • Wed, 29 Mar 2017 10:51:00 +0000: Kante, Kane, Sterling and Ibrahimovic among the Prem's most important - ESPN FC News
    The FC crew discuss how Seamus Coleman, Harry Kane and Adam Lallana's injuries will affect their respective clubs. The FC crew discuss how Seamus Coleman, Harry Kane and Adam Lallana's injuries will affect their respective clubs. The FC crew discuss how Seamus Coleman, Harry Kane and Adam Lallana's injuries will affect their respective clubs. The FC crew discuss how Seamus Coleman, Harry Kane and Adam Lallana's injuries will affect their respective clubs. The FC crew discuss how Seamus Coleman, Harry Kane and Adam Lallana's injuries will affect their respective clubs. The FC crew discuss how Seamus Coleman, Harry Kane and Adam Lallana's injuries will affect their respective clubs. Everton will be without&nbsp;double leg-break victim Seamus Coleman&nbsp;for the foreseeable future, while Tottenham&nbsp;wait nervously on news of Harry Kane's return&nbsp;from his second ankle injury of the season. Both clubs have lost vital players at a crucial part of the season. Each of the Premier League's 20 clubs have someone they probably cannot do without if objectives for the season are to be met. Here's the pivotal player for each Premier League team ... CHELSEA: N'Golo Kante While...
  • Wed, 29 Mar 2017 10:11:00 +0000: Alan Pardew: Transfers to blame for Palace axe, not my 'win percentage' - ESPN FC News
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  • Wed, 29 Mar 2017 10:11:00 +0000: Alan Pardew: Transfers to blame for Palace axe, not my 'win percentage' - ESPN FC News
    The FC crew discuss where it all came undone for Alan Pardew and how his reputation may have played a role in his sacking. Alan Pardew has told The Times that his "win percentage" during his time in charge of Crystal Palace and Newcastle was "healthy," adding that he was let down by the transfer dealings at both clubs. Pardew was sacked by Palace in December following eight defeats in 10 Premier League matches and with the club sitting 17th in the table. The 55-year-old had started life at Palace strongly before the decline, leading the side to last season's FA Cup final, with his time in charge of Newcastle following...