Sport Liverpool: Sadio Mané does not feel "champion yet"
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Faced with uncertainty about the continuation of the Premier League season, Sadio Mané (Liverpool) refuses to claim the title of champion.With 82 points on the clock, Liverpool led the way in Premier Leagu e before the interruption of the championship. If the uncertainty remains as for a possible resumption, the question of the attribution of the title arises already, and seriously questions the supporters of the Reds, in the expectation of such a coronation since 1990. However, Sadio Mané refuses to claim anything . “I don't feel like a champion yet. I like my job, I like football, I want to win on the field. I want to win the matches and win the trophy. That's what I would like, "said the left winger to TalkSPORT. The Senegalese international thus puts into perspective the importance of football in this context of the global pandemic of Covid-19. And for the former Generation Foot, all possibilities are possible, including that of seeing the Reds not be crowned champions of England this season . "Given the situation, no matter what happens, I would understand. It was difficult for Liverpool, but it was even more difficult for millions of people all over the world. People have lost family members and this is the most difficult situation to deal with. But of course it is my dream to win, continues Sadio Mané, before concluding, philosopher. If it doesn't happen, I will accept it , it's part of life. We hope to be able to win next year. »Words imbued with wisdom but which may not be unanimous on the side of Anfield.
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