Sadio Mane will pine for a move away from Anfield unless Jurgen Klopp improves his relationship with Liverpool’s no.10, is the moronic take from BBC Sport’s Garth Crooks.
Crooks has interpreted Mane’s annoyance at being subbed v Crystal Palace as a big problem – and one that could result in the Senegalese seeking an exit.
“He’s been the Reds’ best forward for over a season and if Klopp is going to substitute him, especially when he’s in such fine goalscoring mood, he needs to let him know well in advance,” he said. “Watching Mane come off muttering his frustrations isn’t a good look and Klopp is deluding himself if he thinks such things don’t matter. And he should never think for one minute that the big European clubs aren’t watching his every move.”
What a load of absolute nonsense. Liverpool beat Palace 7-0, and anyone trying to find problems emerging from such a performance and statement will have to look much harder…
Mane is an elite competitor and saw a chance for himself to score more goals after a barren run, but his manager was saving his legs for the West Brom game and the subsequent busy January.
In the dressing-room, Mane will have understood this and you can guarantee it is not on his mind.
He’s an Anfield hero and a Klopp favourite. He could no better elsewhere and we couldn’t bring in a better player to replace him. In short, Liverpool and Mane are the perfect fit – and that’s the way it’s going to stay for years to come.
Garth who? Only the BBC would employ bottom of the barrel nonentities.
Hmm. Tough one this! Who knows Sadio better, useless, wage-thieving pundit or his manager, mentor and co-champion? The more Crooks speaks, the stupider he sounds.
He has been great for Liverpool, but he has not been better than Salah for Goals and assists contribution, also general creativity chances Salah has been awesome, unfortunately, his colleagues failed to put the ball in the net. Salah and Mane should show more discipline with there attitudes when the boss makes decisions.