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Klopp Never Showed Mane Enough Love At Liverpool –Diao

Klopp Never Showed Mane Enough Love At Liverpool –Diao

Senegal star, Salif Diao has criticized Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp for not showing enough love for Sadio Mane.

Recall that Mane left the Reds after six years at Anfield and signed for Bayern Munich.

In a chat with Liverpool Echo, Diao said that the German tactician did not show his compatriot enough love.

“I think he has been here for a couple of years and I think at some point he thought he did not have the love that he needed really, here at Anfield.


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“I’m not talking about the fans, for him I think it was more with the manager,” Diao told the Liverpool Echo.

Style of play

Mané was described as a complete player who plays with “high levels of intensity and concentration” by Liverpool teammate Fabinho.] Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher called Mané a “world-class winger”, comparing him to the likes of former Liverpool player John Barnes. He was compared to Cristiano Ronaldo by former Ajax defender Danny Blind, who praised him for his ability to score with either foot and headers, along with making “astonishing” sprints.

A versatile forward, Mané is a prolific goalscorer, whose main traits are his finishing, speed, technique, and trickery in possession, as well as his decision-making, tactical awareness, creativity, agility, balance, control, touch on the ball, and dribbling skills. He has drawn praise in the media for his intelligent play, passing, and his ability to get into good positions, from which he can score goals or create chances for teammates.

Personal life

Whilst at Liverpool Mané resided in Allerton, Liverpool, and has been burgled twice, once in November 2017 and again in February 2019. He is a practising Muslim and occasionally is seen making du’a before the start of each match.

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