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She's fucking thick. Her profile describes her as living in London all her life but is a Juventus fan. She just goes on about Ronaldo and Messi like she's some 14 year old Nigerian Twitter fan boy who changes teams every other year. At least when Alex Scott talks about football she has actually played the game and understands it. 

 

How she's suddenly become the world authority on Italian footy is beyond me. Bet she never watched Sgorio with a faded picture on a Monday night with some fella in a studio in Cardiff dubbing over games like LFCTV do.

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She's an embarrassment. At one point in that clip she says 'Firmino plays between the spaces'. What, where the opposition are? That's where he does his best work, is it? The areas of the pitch occupied by other fucking players?

 

I mean honestly, imagine listening to that and thinking this is someone who should actually be remunerated for their opinions, and not immediately put into care.

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A big game player like Hazard. Yep. The one who has never played in a Champions League final or Scored in one and goes missing for half a season.

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25 minutes ago, suzy said:

I’ve started singing the Mo song to my 10 month old grandson- he smiles at me every time!

Teach them young Suzy it's the only way 

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At the match on Saturday there was a young lad next to me, about 17/18. Dead quiet. Halfway through the second half when Mo was being all cool with the ball out of nowhere he shouted out

‘ I love you Mo !’

Thought that was boss 

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https://www.planetfootball.com/quick-reads/the-stats-behind-mohamed-salahs-best-ever-start-to-a-season/

 

There have been some concerns about the form of Mohamed Salah this season, yet stats show this is actually the forward’s best start to a campaign – not just for Liverpool, but in his entire career.

 

Salah set the bar so high in his debut season at Anfield that any slight drop is picked upon by some members of the press and fans online.

 

We’ve taken a look at Salah’s record from the first 10 matches of 2019-20 campaign in the Premier League and Champions League (the Community Shield and UEFA Super Cup have been excluded) to show there is little to worry about for the Egypt international.

 

 

– After 10 Premier League and Champions League fixtures this season, Salah has scored six goals and provided three assists.

 

– His previous best for Liverpool at this stage of the campaign came in 2017-18, when he scored six goals but provided just one assist.

 

– Looking at his career outside of the Premier League, Salah’s best starts to campaigns came in his final season at Roma and his last year in Egypt with Al Mokawloon Al Arab, when he registered four goals and three assists both times.

 

– Not only is this Salah’s most productive start to a season, but it is also his most decisive. His six goals and three assists in 2019-20 have earned Liverpool seven points in the Premier League and Champions League, most notably with braces securing wins over Arsenal and RB Salzburg.

 

– In terms of points won, Salah’s next best term was again his debut Liverpool campaign, when his six goals and one assist made the Reds five points better off.

 

– In 2018-19, this dropped to four points, earned via three goals and one assist.

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11 minutes ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

https://www.planetfootball.com/quick-reads/the-stats-behind-mohamed-salahs-best-ever-start-to-a-season/

 

There have been some concerns about the form of Mohamed Salah this season, yet stats show this is actually the forward’s best start to a campaign – not just for Liverpool, but in his entire career.

 

Salah set the bar so high in his debut season at Anfield that any slight drop is picked upon by some members of the press and fans online.

 

We’ve taken a look at Salah’s record from the first 10 matches of 2019-20 campaign in the Premier League and Champions League (the Community Shield and UEFA Super Cup have been excluded) to show there is little to worry about for the Egypt international.

 

 

– After 10 Premier League and Champions League fixtures this season, Salah has scored six goals and provided three assists.

 

– His previous best for Liverpool at this stage of the campaign came in 2017-18, when he scored six goals but provided just one assist.

 

– Looking at his career outside of the Premier League, Salah’s best starts to campaigns came in his final season at Roma and his last year in Egypt with Al Mokawloon Al Arab, when he registered four goals and three assists both times.

 

– Not only is this Salah’s most productive start to a season, but it is also his most decisive. His six goals and three assists in 2019-20 have earned Liverpool seven points in the Premier League and Champions League, most notably with braces securing wins over Arsenal and RB Salzburg.

 

– In terms of points won, Salah’s next best term was again his debut Liverpool campaign, when his six goals and one assist made the Reds five points better off.

 

– In 2018-19, this dropped to four points, earned via three goals and one assist.

He would have had more assists if he had passed to mane :p

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On 29/08/2019 at 18:30, rotoq said:

Mina is a post op Steve-O

Ha ha.

 

So that's what happened to SteveO.

 

"I fear for Salah, he's just another Curly Mo who scores pace goals"

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On 28/08/2019 at 23:13, Chocoholic said:

This know-nothing is at it again! What exactly is her problem with Mo? Hope she gets her arse handed to her again. Was a penalty in the Champions League Final not a big enough 'chips are down' pressure moment?

 

 

I matched with her on Tinder. So that probably invalidated all her opinions 

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Yikes.

 

https://www.espn.co.uk/football/liverpool-engliverpool/story/3987872/sources-liverpool-concerned-by-latest-mohamed-salah-knock

 

Liverpool have major concerns over Mohamed Salah's ankle injury after the forward took another knock to it in the 3-1 victory over Manchester City, sources have told ESPN FC.

 

However, he insisted on reporting for Egypt duty and doing the assessment with the national team. Liverpool now face a nervy wait on feedback from the scan.

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