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    Liverpool football manager Jurgen Klopp insists his side is not hung up on missing out on the Premier League title... as they hunt more silverware tomorrow morning in France

    Liverpool football manager Jurgen Klopp insists his side is not hung up on missing out on the Premier League title... as they hunt more silverware tomorrow morning in France


    The Reds lost out on the English crown by a point to Manchester City, in a frenetic final day of the domestic season.

    Liverpool now meet Spanish giants Real Madrid in the Champions League final from 7am.

    Klopp says the domestic failure has been parked.



    Liverpool are chasing a seventh European Cup - Real have the all-time record, with 13.

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    Politics:
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    Cricket:
    New Zealand cricketers agree to 'groundbreaking' new deal with significant pay rise for women 17:29

    Entertainment:
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    Cricket:
    New Zealand Cricket's moved closer to a gender pay parity model with Black Caps and White Ferns set to receive the same match fees over the next five years 16:49

    Entertainment:
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