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Robertson rubbishes rumors of rift between Salah and Mane

Liverpool fullback Andy Robertson has denied that there's a rift between Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane. Rumors of a rift between the two have heightened in recent months alongside suggestions that they do not get along. The rumor seemed to have gotten credence when Mane reacted angrily after Salah chose to shoot instead of passing to him the Premier League win against Burnley at Turf Moor in October last year. However, Roberton has dismissed those suggestions, pointing out that such a reaction is common and natural for players who are paid to be selfish in front of goal. According to the Scotsman, all Liverpool's forwards including Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino have a close relationship which has helped them achieve their recent successes. He made this known in a chat with the Liv...
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Sadio Mane set to return for Liverpool

Liverpool have received a boost after Sadio Mane was filmed working out at their Melwood training ground. The Senegal international has missed the last two Premier League games against West Ham and Southampton after suffering a muscle tear against Wolves, although the Reds picked maximum points from the two games. There were concerns about the severity of the injury with fears that he could spend an extended period on the sidelines. However, he seems ready to go again for the Jurgen Klopp led side. GET THE LATEST FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS FOR TODAY Live Football Streaming Over 1.5 Goals predictions for today BTTS Tips for today Mane uploaded the video on his Instagram page story showing that he's back in training. He was spotted dribbling through cones on one of the pitches an...
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Club World Cup Final – Liverpool vs Flamengo preview

Liverpool will face Flamengo in the final of the Club World Cup on Saturday. This game will see the winners of the UEFA Champions League taking on the winners of the Copa Libertadores. The Reds survived a scare against Monterrey on Wednesday as they needed a late winner from Roberto Firmino to seal a place in the final while Flamengo came from behind to beat Al Hilal on Tuesday. Jurgen Klopp's men will be determined to win their first silverware of the season on Saturday. This is one competition they've not won having lost a final to Sao Paulo in 2005.  The competition may not be revered as much as other elite competitions, but Klopp will be looking to maintain his side's fine form before they return to Premier League action. Therefore, it is expected that more renowned first-team...