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1 minute ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

Perhaps claiming that Mané is nowhere near as productive when there is only a difference of 14 goals being involved with between them? Just a thought.

Mané has 14 fewer contributions and has played 20 more games. I genuinely can't believe people can argue Salah isn't more productive by a big margin. The numbers are literally right in front of your face.

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3 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

I said Salah is more productive than Mané, making him extremely valuable to the team despite what his shit-for-brains critics say when he misses a few chances. That is verifiably true, he's scored and assisted more than Mané by a pretty decent amount in fewer matches. Where is the lie? This conversation is like pulling hair out.


Salah has more goals and assists than Mane, during their entire spells at Liverpool. Does that mean Mane is not close to Salahs productivity? Depends how you define productivity I guess. Also depends how you define «not close». Also depends which time span you choose to look at.

 

I agree that Salah is extremely valuable to the team, as I expect would >99% of our supporters.

 

Your claim that Mane is not close to his productivity, in my opinion, is nonsense.

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8 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

I said Salah is more productive than Mané, making him extremely valuable tot he team despite what his shit-for-brains critics say. That is verifiably true. Where is the lie? This conversation is like pulling hair out.

 

How many pens has Salah scored then, Statto?

 

I’d sell him tomorrow if it meant we could sign Michail Antonio on a six-month loan. 

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2 minutes ago, Aventus said:

What are their stats just for this season? 

Yeah, let's take the sample of one half season over the sample of 100+games, that makes loads of sense.

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1 minute ago, Captain Turdseye said:

 

How many pens has Salah scored then, Statto?

 

I’d sell him tomorrow if it meant we could sign Michail Antonio on a six-month loan. 

I assume that's a rhetorical question you already know the answer to, nerd. I don't give a fuck how many pens he's scored, how about that?

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2 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

Mané has 14 fewer contributions and has played 20 more games. I genuinely can't believe people can argue Salah isn't more productive by a big margin. The numbers are literally right in front of your face.

Does contributing to goals on the stats directly mean assists and goals? Does that mean if Harry Kane has more goals and assists than Son that Kane is the more productive player?

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Just now, Shooter in the Motor said:

Does contributing to goals on the stats directly mean assists and goals? Does that mean if Harry Kane has more goals and assists than Son that Kane is the more productive player?

 

RHETORICAL QUESTION 

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3 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

Yeah, let's take the sample of one half season over the sample of 100+games, that makes loads of sense.

I thought this conversation was about people unfairly underrating him compared to Mane because he's not doing as well as his epic first season. 

 

So I was wondering about the stats for this season in isolation, so we can see if he is as productive as mane. 

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12 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

Mané has 14 fewer contributions and has played 20 more games. I genuinely can't believe people can argue Salah isn't more productive by a big margin. The numbers are literally right in front of your face.

I can't believe anyone would want to have that argument right now anyway you maniac 

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Salah's boss. Half the chances he misses, most players wouldn't even be in the position to get the shot off. Salah's pace, strength and willingness to keep on getting into positions will eventually pay off, even when he's having an off day, finishing wise. 

 

He's fucking boss. Anybody who says differently, I'll fight you. 

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They are all boss. We should be rejoicing here not calling each other boring agenda driven argumentative cunts. 

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11 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

They are all boss. We should be rejoicing here not calling each other boring agenda driven argumentative cunts. 


True. 
 

Apart from that I just checked some stats and realised Own Goal has got three for us this season. Over only three games. Possibly our most productive player.

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3 minutes ago, Joey8FrogsLegs said:

Own Goal has got three for us this season. Over only three games. Possibly our most productive player.

Just needs service that fella, almost always tucks it away.

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1 hour ago, Bjornebye said:

I can't believe anyone would want to have that argument right now anyway you maniac 

I wasn't planning on it until some of the walnut brains on here took a word out of my post gushing about Salah and started arguing against rudimentary stuff like goals assists and games played.

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