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EPL: Break brought welcome respite for players, says Jurgen Klopp

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EPL: Break brought welcome respite for players, says Jurgen Klopp*London:* The first ever Premier League mid-season break pleased Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp as it allowed the runaway leaders to rest their aches and pains following the hectic festive period. The 52-year-old German takes his players to bottom-placed Norwich on Saturday holding a 22 point lead over two-time defending champions...
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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says it is important to keep the winter break in the Premier League schedule so players can re-charge their batteries for the ‘most decisive period of the season’.

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