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Tyson Fury came face to face with Wladimir Klitschko ahead of Saturday's highly-anticipated world heavyweight title clash in Germany.Read the full story ›
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Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet has expressed his satisfaction at receiving a hug from Jurgen Klopp.
The German manager is rather touchy-feely with his players before matches, on the touchline and after the final whistle, when he is often captured hugging each Liverpool star, one-by-one.
And Mignolet believes this sends out the right message, as well as making him feel warm and fuzzy inside.
Speaking to the club's official website, he said:
He’s hugged with all of the players and it gives you a good feeling because it means you know he is behind you and supporting you.
That’s what you need as a player; the confidence of the manager and the whole staff, that they’re behind you and we’re working in the same direction.
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It was heartbreak again for St Helens' Martin Murray as his fourth world title attempt ended in defeat once more against Arthur Abraham in Germany.
The defending WBO super-middleweight champion won a split points decision 115-112, 112-115, 116-111 to retain his belt.
Murray had little success in the opening rounds in Hanover and was caught by a straight, powerful right hand in the third.
It was not until the sixth that Murray landed something meaningful, forcing his opponent back on to the ropes with a right hand, but Abraham responded with a counter to mark the Briton's face.
The champion twice caught Murray in the seventh but he landed the best punch of the fight in the next round, catching Abraham with a big right glove.
Murray was deducted a point, after a couple of warnings, in the 11th for using the shoulder, which all-but ended the 33-year-old's hopes.
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