Mane, who shared the EPL Golden Boot with Mohamed Salah and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang last season, has scored 11 goals in 21 league appearances for the Reds so far in the current league campaign. Yes he made steps, which is normal. As a person he has exceeded the expectation.
"As a goalkeeper we knew what we would get".
"We have a lot of really good guys but he is a very special person and that's great from that point of view".
"His goalkeeper techniques improve and improve, making hard things look easy, but he has to stay like this". You have to make a decision. A fantastic boy and a fantastic goalkeeper.
"I know Ali doesn't take it for granted so I don't take it for granted".
Being paid millions of pounds to play football for 90 minutes and train for a few hours every day is a privilege.
With Liverpool on track to win their first league title since 1990 and still in contention for the FA Cup and Champions League titles, manager Jurgen Klopp will want to maintain his squad's depth as the business end of the season approaches.
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They said they would react fully to the announcement on Friday, adding that "the fight goes on" for justice for their son. Sacoolas, who has admitted to being the driver, was charged by British police with causing death by unsafe driving.
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Barty will face either Alison Riske or her doubles partner Julia Goerges for a place in he quarter-finals. After a disruptive day weather-wise on Day 4, it was mostly sunny at Melbourne Park on Friday.
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Sevilla and Roma have made tentative approaches regarding a loan deal for Xherdan Shaqiri, who is now unfit, but Klopp said there was no plan for any departures.
"We had in the majority of December and January a bench full of kids", the German explained.
The 27-year-old said: "Until the team is successful and I'm also successful, for me I think it's necessary to sacrifice myself to give everything possible for the team, and the team will give me [that] back for sure - every single player".
The midfielder smacked a seat when he reached the dug-out but Klopp said: 'He's not [frustrated], he just looks like this.
"It is not about Shaq or whatever, it is about pretty much everybody. We have to keep it to sort our situation and not the situation for different clubs".
"If somebody would come around the corner and ask properly...but that didn't happen".
'Maybe they are desperate, whatever, and we think, but there is absolutely no intention from our side to do anything'.