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WATCH: Klopp teases Brendan Rodgers ahead of charity game

Jurgen Klopp says he's looking forward to meeting the man he replaced at Liverpool.

But it's not football he wants to talk about with Brendan Rodgers, who also happens to be his landlord.

The pair will be opposing managers in a charity game at Celtic Park which is being organised by the foundations of James Milner and Stiliyan Petrov.

Klopp is renting a house in Formby from Rodgers and has a few issues he needs to bring up.

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Mark Cavendish takes indefinite break from cycling to recover from illness

Manx cyclist Mark Cavendish has taken an indefinite break from cycling due to illness.

Medical tests confirmed that he's been suffering from Epstein-Barr virus, which he was diagnosed with in 2017 but raced two months later.

33-year-old Cavendish has had an unlucky 2018 so far - he suffered a broken rib in March that ended his participation in Tirreno-Adriatico.

Mark Cavendish Credit: Stiehl Photography

This season I’ve not felt physically myself and despite showing good numbers on the bike I have felt that there’s been something not right. Given this and on the back of these medical results, I’m glad to now finally have some clarity as to why I haven’t been able to perform at my optimum level during this time.

– Mark Cavendish

Jose Mourinho walks out of news conference calling for 'Respect, respect, respect'

José Mourinho walked out of a news conference last night following Manchester United's 3-0 defeat to Spurs.

He said United were "really, really unlucky" to lose the home game - their second defeat in a row in the Premier League.

This is the moment he walked out after an exchange with a journalist:

I won more Premierships alone than the other 19 managers together.

Respect, respect, respect man.

– José Mourinho


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