Fabinho is eligible for the transfer decision
In the dark, difficult early days at Anfield, it seemed that at some point the incredible Fabinho would reach a century of Liverpool appearances.
But when he noticed the remarkable sign against West Bromwich Albion, it raised a question.
What would the Jர்கrgen Globe do without its versatile Brazil?
Fabinho, who has cemented his reputation as one of the best defensive midfielders in the world, has turned both Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez into a similarly interesting center following the loss of long-term injuries, without any fuss or complaint.
This is how it is. Joel Mattip’s recent injury issue – which raises questions once again about his life – left Bobinho as a senior member of the center-back federation with 19-year-old Rice Williams, which only made his second Premier League trip.
Another academy graduate, Knot Phillips, has the same level of experience, while teenager Billy Coumedio has not been tried at this level.
While the decision on whether the Reds can change the January transfer window and pursue a center will depend on the severity of the injury, another aspect may be to help Babinho take charge in the New Year.
But whatever the changes, one thing is beyond controversy. Brazil has become Liverpool’s most important player.
Mane in the mood when Salah fights
No wonder Sadio Mane is not so happy.
Last weekend, the Senegalese impressed when he was given the hook an hour after Liverpool’s record-breaking victory at Crystal Palace.
Jர்கrgen Globe rejected any suggestion of dissatisfaction, rightly pointing out that no player should welcome a replacement.
Mane, who finished the nine-game fallow run with a thunderous strike, felt he had rediscovered his scoring touch.
When Joel was knocked out by the best baffle of the stairs, forward West Brom defender Semi Ajay controlled the ball on his chest and dropped a volley home. Leg.
The fact that the floodwaters did not open was not due to Mane’s lack of effort, he continued to persecute the Bagees backlink, especially in the first half, creating plenty of room for the lively Andy Robertson to come together.
Mohamed Salah, on the other hand, enjoyed a fitting afternoon, giving plenty of opportunity to run for defense, but was often hunted down and lacked sharpness at key moments, scoring five points in a row.
Salah can be flipped from time to time. Any worries about Mane are now firmly out of the question.
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Jones learns the hard way
It was a tough experience for Curtis Jones.
With Liverpool completely dominating the first half, the 19-year-old West Brom completed more passes than the entire team combined.
After the break, things became more experimental as the Reds intensified and the audience intensified.
Jones, therefore, exploded with the brand’s confidence and it was unwise to play superficially when he needed a simple ball close to his own area, which led to an unnecessary concession by a corner equalized by the Bagees.
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A little arrogance is not a bad thing, and it really helped to make the growth of the youth a routine of the first team. In this case, he was betrayed by his lack of experience in sports management – this is, let alone the start of the seventh Premier League.
It was not the young man’s fault that the Reds failed to properly protect the set-piece. But such errors can often prove costly at this high level.
Since Jones is Jones, this will not affect him. Instead, he has already proven that he can learn from any setbacks.
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