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SPORTS: "MANE SAGA IS NONSENSE"...ROBBIE FOWLER


Robbie Fowler, who is a former Liverpool player, has taken sides with Salah as the Liverpool striker has been accused of being selfish in his game. He made it clear that it was not a bad thing at all to be selfish in the field which is contrary to what Sadio Mane feels...

"Mohamed Salah will continue to show a selfish streak at Liverpool and should make no apologies for it."

This is not the first time the Egyptian striker is facing this kind of accusation of being "too self-centered" by his teammates as Sadio Mane really frustrated by him in their match against Burnley. The Liverpool legend thinks otherwise as he sees no reason why Liverpool's star should change his ways of playing in a statement which he told The Mirror...

“I’ve ­honestly never heard such nonsense as the stuff that has surrounded this so-called spat between Sadio Mane and Mo Salah. Everyone commenting and talking nonsense about being ‘greedy’ or destroying team spirit, have they never watched football before? Because you can’t be a ­top-class goalscorer without total belief you will score. That’s what goalscorers do. They train for it, their whole week on the ­training ground is spent practising, visualising, working out how to score for every position and the best always believe they can score – from five yards, from 20, from 40. Wherever. Even if it’s easier to pass for a tap-in. I look at Salah’s record and it tells me he’s going to keep doing it. You don’t score that many goals without being what people say is selfish. But what the hell do people want? Do they want him to be a goalscorer or do they want him to be someone who’s always looking to pass? You can’t really have both. And the other ­nonsense I’ve heard is people saying he’s not passing ­because he’s ­jealous, he doesn’t want Mane to score. If anyone can slow down the game so much they have time to think, ‘Oh, I’m not passing to him because he’s scored more than me’, well they’re the best who’s ever played. Yes, Salah can be ­selfish when he sees the goal, but, to me, that makes him a great goalscorer. And it’s not as if he doesn’t create chances for others. Mane knows that, and what he did was just frustration at being taken off.”

However, the coach and captain of the club has denied any form of feud between both players as they succeeded in coming out with a three goals to nothing win against Burnley.

Are they trying to play it cool or there is really bad blood between Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah?

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