Sunday Oliseh reveals what Liverpool are Missing


Former Super Eagles and Fortuna Sittard manager, Sunday Oliseh says that the struggles of Liverpool this season can be attributed to the departure of Sadio Mané.

Liverpool has not performed as well as they did last season when they were close to winning a quadruple.

The Reds have been eliminated from the Champions League, failed to challenge for the Premier League title, and were unable to defend the FA and League Cup trophies.

Despite Mane’s success at Liverpool, the club decided to let him go last summer, he scored 120 goals and provided 48 assists in 269 appearances.

Writing on his website, Oliseh believes that Liverpool would have been better off keeping Mané on the team.

“Mané was instrumental in every aspect of Liverpool’s success since day one in 2015; his aggressive and explosive attacking, counter attacking, with or without the ball, unpredictability, variable playing style, goals, assists and most importantly to Klopp’s Liverpool playing module, his non-stop “hand lending” to the full backs in his doubling up defensively, immensely helped Robertson and Trent Arnold perform at their best ever since Mané’s departure.

“Liverpool has struggled in all departments and I am totally convinced, if this 2022 World’s best player Runner Up had still been at Liverpool and healthy, Liverpool would be singing a different song now.”


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