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Recently, during Liverpool’s 3-0 win over Burnley, there was an incident between Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.
Mane was furious at Salah as the Egyptian forward refused to pass him and later he erupted when Jurgen Klopp substituted him.
Although after the incident it was revealed that everything is sorted out between the two, however many commented on the incident.
Former Liverpool player Jamie Carragher has also commented on the incident.
“The disagreement earlier this season between Liverpool strikers Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah comes into the same category [of character-building arguments],” said Carragher.
“There is no way Mane lost his head solely because he did not receive a few passes against Burnley . His frustration will have been gathering for months, ensuring it only needed a trigger to bring it into the open.
“Jurgen Klopp is not a manager who allows his players to dwell on any negative issue so I strongly suspect he will have discussed it with both players.
“Ironically, I felt Mane was too unselfish in the Champions League game against Napoli in midweek, trying to pass to Salah when he should have been going alone.
“So long as these disagreements are isolated and issues swiftly resolved they do not cause a problem.
“Where managers do become wary is if cliques form, sides are taken and personalities clash to such an extreme it becomes detrimental to the unity and spirit within the camp.”