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There aren’t many wingers in the world who could do what Mane does for us.  Even when he’s not firing on all cylinders he’s still a nightmare for defenders because he works his arse off.

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On 11/19/2018 at 11:16 PM, The Guest said:

There aren’t many wingers in the world who could do what Mane does for us.  Even when he’s not firing on all cylinders he’s still a nightmare for defenders because he works his arse off.

He has also got rapid pace.

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Hard to get motivated about another multi mullionaire football become even richer by signing a meaningless contract while the people who support him get ripped off to pay for him and his team mates to justify the club owners continuing to rip them off. Yay.

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7 hours ago, VladimirIlyich said:

Hard to get motivated about another multi mullionaire football become even richer by signing a meaningless contract while the people who support him get ripped off to pay for him and his team mates to justify the club owners continuing to rip them off. Yay.

Blimey, it's hard to work out what your thoughts are. 

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I wouldn’t be surprised if the club said to him it’s decision time.  If you don’t want to sign that’s fine but we are going to have to start looking at replacements which may have been what all that Dembele noise was about.  He’s just as important as the other 2 in the front line for me and it’s great to have that stability.

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9 hours ago, Dr Nowt said:

Ha.

 

Worracock.

If anything, you've held your hands up too quick there, denying yourself a blog entry with the title:

 

Why Klopp was WRONG to meet contract rebel Mane's demands

 

(Just make sure to fold those arms for the profile picture though).

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1 hour ago, El Rojo said:

If anything, you've held your hands up too quick there, denying yourself a blog entry with the title:

 

Why Klopp was WRONG to meet contract rebel Mane's demands

 

(Just make sure to fold those arms for the profile picture though).

 

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11 hours ago, VladimirIlyich said:

Hard to get motivated about another multi mullionaire football become even richer by signing a meaningless contract while the people who support him get ripped off to pay for him and his team mates to justify the club owners continuing to rip them off. Yay.

A fresh and sideways look at the week, from Vlad.

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On 11/19/2018 at 10:55 AM, Mr pink said:

Very sad to see that. Something is not right with him and hasn't been for some time. Stalling on the contract for this long though probably means he will be off this summer after Emre went for a free. 

 

I see Mark Coulter has played another blinder. 

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1 hour ago, The Guest said:

I wouldn’t be surprised if the club said to him it’s decision time.  If you don’t want to sign that’s fine but we are going to have to start looking at replacements which may have been what all that Dembele noise was about.  He’s just as important as the other 2 in the front line for me and it’s great to have that stability.

 

The Dembele noise has been coming from Spain. It's unlikely to have come from the club. 

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