Quantcast
Sadio Mane - Page 80 - FF - Football Forum - The Liverpool Way Jump to content
Paco

Sadio Mane

Recommended Posts

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. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

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.

  • Upvote 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
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.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
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* 

  • Upvote 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

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. 

20191013_230311.jpg

  • Like 2
  • Upvote 12

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
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. 

20191013_230311.jpg

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. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
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

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
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. 

20191013_230311.jpg

€70 to all the people in the region?

 

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

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
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.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

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.

 

 

 

 

  • Upvote 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
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. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Available Subscriptions

  • Last Match Report

  • Latest Posts

    • In terms of our Mike's excursion at Speke, seems a real possibility there was trouble with the RET (Rapid Exit Taxiway). Very near where the plane ended up, not only is there a massive change in the taxiway surfacing, but in dark/murky/rainy conditions, I wouldn't want to be using the white line on the right as a reference point; the surfacing suddenly changes from tarmac/concrete to grass. Here's a pic. Don't forget the plane would be exiting the runway and entering this taxiway from right to left...      Now you're talking my language. Don't miss out on the French lot BEA as well. Some decent stuff on there.    They did a great video of an Airbus windshear incident on takeoff from Bogota...   
    • Don Carlo: Everton! Fuck that.   *Advisor whispers something in his ear.   Don Carlo: 60 goals! Tell them I'll forfeit my signing bonus.
    • Their lists of firsts and reasons why a top class manager should jump at the chance to manage them is pathetic. Like me suggesting Scarlett Johansson would take me because of my Air Training Corp Wing Blue for throwing the discus back in the 80s, along with double jointed thumb and ability to do a perfect kermit the Frog impression. Hey if I thought it would work I'd try.    Ancelotti is probably knocking one out to the list of glorious firsts that Everton parade instead of silverware. Aren't they one of only two clubs to not win anything this century? Accrington were a founder member of the football league, along with Preston NE and Notts County (and others), it means fuck all. So you had underground heating first big fucking deal.    They have spent a small fortune in the last few years to end up even worse, most of that spending still owed to their owner. Some of that involved selling their best players and buying shite in return, that rarely if ever ends well. They go on about their new stadium and the debt that will bring like it will entice any prospective manager. BMD is all they can see as the answer to all of their problems when actually it's just a massive problem that could eventually sink them.   Most football managers do not live in a bubble, they know what's going on and often far more than the fans. Any manager they target won't have to do much homework to see what a poisoned chalice that place is. That doesn't mean someone won't take it, these days taking a premiership manager job often entails you getting sacked eventually and being financially sorted for life.    I can see the mancs smashing them this weekend, they had a little bounce against Chelsea but the rot has set in there. Fair play to Moshiri IF he manages to convince a top class manager and gives him funds, that could help them to catch up with the other teams in the mid table and might even at a stretch end their long wait for silverware. But will that appease the bitters? Probably not, as we set the bar ever higher their chance of getting close to it fades even further away. We all know that being above us is the only thing that makes them happy.         
    • Yes superb , the time he crossed to Salah who stuck it in and the camera caught him going yess was brilliant. The best.
    • Andy Robertson has confidently claimed that no team would want to play Liverpool in the knockout stages of the Champions League.

      No team has a better record in the competition over the last two years than the Reds as they finished runner/up to Real Madrid in 2017/8 and then going one better last season against Tottenham.

      It is that statistical fact that Robertson knows will play on the mind of their opponents when we reach the crunch games of the competition.

      Sky Sports reported the left-back as saying:

      “We respect every opponent we play but we know the way we have done things in the last two years and nobody wants to play against us and that is clear - but it is up to us to keep proving that.

      “We cannot rely on that and we need to keep proving why people don't want to play against us but, so far, we have done that.

      “ We will wait for the draw and see who we get in the last 16. 

      “We know it will be tough regardless but we look forward to the challenge as we want to go far in this tournament again."  

      Along with the overall quality of the Liverpool side, it is also the level of respect which Robertson says has been well earned across Europe.

      “That is the atmosphere we have created in the last two years, a team which has been to the final twice and has obviously lost one and won one and we are respected in this tournament.

      “ Maybe the first season when we went to the final, I don't think we were really respected until maybe after the quarter-final when we went to Porto and washed them away.

      “ We did not get the respect we deserved. 

      “Now, we know we are respected in Europe.   "No one will want us but everyone who gets into the last 16 will fancy themselves."

      But Robertson says that they are no longer the underdogs and have a big target on their back.

      “We know that now, we are the champions and everyone wants to beat us.

      “ That is what we have to deal with and hopefully we can deal with it well. 

      “But there are about 40 games between now and the last 16 (in February) - so we will worry about that when the time comes."

      Robertson also paid tribute to midfielder Naby Keita who has been a star performer of late.

      “Our squad is full of quality and unfortunately for Naby this season, he has picked up an injury which has kept him out a bit and he came back and the midfield has done so well.

      “But he has had an opportunity in the last two games and he has been excellent. He has added to our options and that is what we need to create.

      “Naby replicates what this team is about. He was the man of the match on Saturday and again (against Salzburg) he was excellent.   "Long may that continue."


       
      View full article
  • Latest Round Up

  • Popular Contributors

×