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I don't think Mo's become more selfish. He was the same in his first season here, only he was scoring so many goals nobody was arsed about it then. 

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Salah has provided way more direct assists than Mane for the past 2 seasons, it's not even close. Obviously Mane helps to create a lot of goals with his runs, link up etc. but Mo can't be too selfish if he's way ahead on direct assists.

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On 05/09/2019 at 12:38, Baltar said:

Salah has provided way more direct assists than Mane for the past 2 seasons, it's not even close. Obviously Mane helps to create a lot of goals with his runs, link up etc. but Mo can't be too selfish if he's way ahead on direct assists.

I think some of his choices to go it a lone are a little more stand-out, but otherwise agree.

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4 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

This is brilliant. Cant stop watching it

 

 

 

 

Hahaha Mo has just retweeted this. 

 

*stares into the eyes of every fucking side on the planet...... come at us you cunts you have no chance* 

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He's carried the team after Christmas last season and he's doing a great job now helping out, what a fantastic player he is. A wonderful person too, love him. 

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1 hour ago, Butch said:

He's carried the team after Christmas last season and he's doing a great job now helping out, what a fantastic player he is. A wonderful person too, love him. 

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I saw this quote on social media a while back, and apparently because he drives a single nice car (Rolls Royce iirc), it makes everything he said there null and void. 

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6 minutes ago, A_S said:

I saw this quote on social media a while back, and apparently because he drives a single nice car (Rolls Royce iirc), it makes everything he said there null and void. 

A manc or bitter by any chance

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23 hours ago, Butch said:

He's carried the team after Christmas last season and he's doing a great job now helping out, what a fantastic player he is. A wonderful person too, love him. 

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€70 to all the people in the region?

 

What a mingebag. That's not going to go far once they share it out.

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22 hours ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

€70 to all the people in the region?

 

What a mingebag. That's not going to go far once they share it out.

Thought that too. Mind you,the exchange rate has probably turned half of Senegal into millionaires off his donations. I also think that the amount stated may be not be true.

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The earlier version of that merely mentioned not needing a collection of big cars and helping out ‘his people’ by which I think he meant his family.

 

All the stuff about Euros appears to have been added on to later versions.
 

EDIT: Apologies. He actually says relatives.

 

 

 

 

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On 02/11/2019 at 17:49, ZonkoVille77 said:

We'd literally be fucked without him. 

Definitely. He almost carried the team through last season after Christmas onwards. Magnificent player, a gem. 

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