Premier League: talking points from the weekend’s action
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Klopp, Coleman and people of Liverpool dig deep for Sean Cox, Walcott needs to grow up and Watford enjoy belated Success

This is not about the game but something more important and giving credit where it is due. At Anfield on Saturday volunteers from Liverpool FC and Spirit of Shankly supporters’ union held a bucket collection to raise money for Sean Cox, the 53-year-old Liverpool fan who sustained life-altering injuries after being attacked before the Champions League semi-final against Roma in...

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