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- Jordan Henderson is desperate for Steven Gerrard to stay at Liverpool
- Chris Eubank Jr skips second pre-fight press conference ahead of Saunders bout
- Andy Murray to meet Roger Federer in ATP World Tour Finals in London
Henderson desperate for Gerrard stay
Jordan Henderson has issued a plea for Steven Gerrard to reject Manchester City and stay with Liverpool, amidst strong rumours that he could leave the club at the end of the current season.
The ex-England captain revealed yesterday that he wouldn’t be retiring when this term finishes, but added that he was unsure if he would be playing for Liverpool as of the next campaign. Henderson said that he hoped Gerrard would continue to be a big player for the club for many years to come.
Eubank's press conference snub
Chris Eubank Jr has skipped a proposed pre-fight press conference for his upcoming bout with Billy Joe Saunders for the second time in two weeks, prompting anger from promoter Frank Warren.
- Sergio Aguero remains the best striker in the Premier League
- Willian reveals Jose Mourinho half-time fury vs QPR
The fight has yet to be officially announced ahead of the November 29 date, for the undercard of the Bad Blood bill, but it’s believed Chris Eubank Senior is trying to limit the amount of time his son spends in the presence of his would-be opponent.
Murray vs Federer is on
In tennis Andy Murray has been cast a mouth-watering tie against Roger Federer for the upcoming ATP World Tour Finals in London.
The Scot has won three titles in the past six weeks in order to ensure that he made the grade for the elite event, but has been drawn in the same group as Federer, Kei Nishikori and Canada’s Milos Raonic. He may had avoided landing World No.1 Novak Djokovic, but the tie against Federer will certainly be enough to draw the crowds.
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