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1 hour ago, El Dangerous said:

Stacksy is trying to force Mo out to make room for his Canuck fuck boi Jonny David. He needs a new poster boy after Bret Harts poster got too sticky. There was a sub Reddit about it on Canadian Reddit.

I've literally no idea what any of that means

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Before today, it was 84 days since Haaland last scored for Dortmund. 
 

I can only assume this thread is filled with assholes. 

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7 hours ago, El Dangerous said:

Stacksy is trying to force Mo out to make room for his Canuck fuck boi Jonny David. He needs a new poster boy after Bret Harts poster got too sticky. There was a sub Reddit about it on Canadian Reddit.

Horrendous attempt at banter. 

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1 hour ago, Code said:

Before today, it was 84 days since Haaland last scored for Dortmund. 
 

I can only assume this thread is filled with assholes. 

 

It is now you’ve all arrived….

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When we had them 3 v 3, Jota coming in and Mo' didn't even look up to play the obvious ball.

 

There's no excusing that, for me. Klopp has obviously decided it's worth it, as when he's on form he'll get us over the line, but I couldn't believe that level of selfishness in a big match.

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7 minutes ago, Kevin D said:

When we had them 3 v 3, Jota coming in and Mo' didn't even look up to play the obvious ball.

 

There's no excusing that, for me. Klopp has obviously decided it's worth it, as when he's on form he'll get us over the line, but I couldn't believe that level of selfishness in a big match.

Yeah thats my view on it too. I was raging when it happened. 

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So what the fuck is it about if it's not all about the money?

 

Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah says his Anfield contract impasse is not all “about the money” as he continues to raise doubts about his long-term future at the club.

 

Salah and Liverpool have failed to agree on an extension to his current deal, which expires in the summer of 2023. The Egyptian is seeking a contract in line with the highest-paid Premier League players and his latest comments, given to Four Four Two magazine, make it clear the situation is no closer to being resolved.

 

Asked if he was sure he will remain at Liverpool beyond next season, Salah said: “I don’t know, I have one year left. I think the fans know what I want, but in the contract it’s not everything about the money at all. So I don’t know, I can’t tell you exactly. I have one year left and the fans know what I want.”

 

Salah will turn 30 this summer and has been offered a significant package in line with Liverpool’s budget which would make him one of the highest-paid players in Anfield history.

 

Liverpool, however, have limits as to what they are prepared to pay. They are not inclined to shift their policy in order to give their stars as much as or more than the highest-salaried players at Manchester City or Paris Saint-Germain, where the long-term financial resources seem to be limitless.

 

Club owners Fenway Sports Group recognised at the start of last season that several key players were heading towards the final two years of their contracts and needed a renewal. Virgil van Dijk, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Andy Robertson and Alisson Becker extended last summer. So too did captain Jordan Henderson after a brief disagreement about his terms.

Salah scored twice in Liverpool’s 4-0 demolition of Manchester United on Tuesday
Salah scored twice in Liverpool’s 4-0 demolition of Manchester United on Tuesday Credit: REUTERS

It was clear midway last season, however, that Salah did not believe his offer reflected his status and the first in a series of strategically placed and occasionally cryptic interviews followed which raised doubts as to whether he will sign another contract. None of those interviews, whether in Marca, AS or elsewhere, have had the required effect.

 

The latest remarks come with Liverpool in the midst of a season in which they are chasing an unprecedented quadruple. If the impasse is not about money, there is a lack of clarity from Salah as to what the issue is.

 

It certainly cannot be Liverpool’s ambition, their trophy-winning potential or how highly Salah is valued by his coach, Jurgen Klopp, within a team in which he has become a Kop legend.

 

Liverpool will hope Salah will find the prospect of leaving Anfield unbearable as his contract continues to wind down. On the positive side, both sides want a resolution, Salah repeatedly insisting his intention is to stay at Anfield to break goalscoring records.

 

“This club means a lot to me – I’ve enjoyed my football here more than anywhere, I gave the club everything and everybody saw that,” said Salah. “I’ve had a lot of unbelievable moments here, winning trophies, individual goals, individual trophies. It’s like a family here.”

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2022/04/22/mohamed-salah-says-liverpool-contract-deadlock-not-money/

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18 minutes ago, DalyanPete said:

Thought it was a done deal? FFS

Maybe it's because Im feeling like dogshit but there's a few too many past tense comments by Mo in these reports whether they are in the Echo or elsewhere.

 

Recently we've heard some positive comments about him staying while his form has been less than stellar yet here we are, 2 goals against the mancs and it's 'something else' now.

 

Is he wanting sole control of his image rights? As a fan, I really dont have a clue what he wants from Liverpool.

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