QUOTES OF THE WEEK

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n Although I was the best heavyweight you have had here and [Henry] Cooper wasn't fit to walk in my shadow, I have never been accepted. Joe Bugner, former British and European heavyweight champion, on the comeback trail.

I give him a clubber's chance. He is an expert rabbit-puncher, so one of those punches may come through and he may get lucky. Lennox Lewis on Frank Bruno's chances of holding on to his World Boxing Council title.

What matters is that he's so big now, so massive I can't miss him and I'll be throwing punches with bad intention. That puts Frank in a no-win situation. Mike Tyson.

The ball seemed to run for me and towards me. I had a game the like of which only comes along once in a blue moon. Dean Richards, England's inspiration against Scotland in the Five Nations' Championship last Saturday.

In the first half, Man United were hammered 0-0. Kevin Keegan, Newcastle United manager, reflects on what might have been in the crucial Premiership match which Newcastle lost 1-0.

All I can say is that I tried to bring the match to a conclusion. I hope he wins again, maybe as big an amount. Referee Marcello Cardona who abandoned an Italian Second Division match in the 89th minute, resulting in a punter just failing to win a 12 billion lire fortune on the national pools system.

The League could not promote blanket sales in Alaska. Ken Arthurson, the Australian Rugby League chairman, dismisses proposals by the British Rugby League to run Super League in Australia.

I wouldn't treat my dog the way I have been treated. People have been laying the blame at my door for everything, from the washing machine breaking down to me supposedly demanding half a million pounds each week. Striker Steve Claridge's parting shot at Birmingham after finally completing his on-off pounds 1.2m move to Leicester.

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