Sadio Mane talks about Liverpool's handling of Ramadan

Liverpool is entering a crucial stage of the season and is competing for the crown with a historic quartet, and the team relies on a group of stars, led by the Egyptian Mohamed Salah and the Senegalese Sadio Mane.

Salah scored 30 goals and gave 13 assists in 43 games in all competitions with Liverpool this season, while Mane scored 19 goals and granted 3 assists in 43 games.

The performance of the two players in the last period was not affected by the blessed month of Ramadan, and they did not appear to be affected by fasting in the last matches.

Mane talked about the secret behind this, and said in an interview with the "BN Sports" network that the club's management responded to a request made by the players in order to adapt the training program to help them during the fasting period.

The Senegalese star said, "Playing and training during Ramadan is not easy at all. Before Ramadan, we spoke with the captain and coach to see if we could change the training schedule to the morning session because that is better for us."

"If we train in the morning, we have more time to recover in the afternoon at home, but if we train around two or three in the evening, it will be complicated," he added.

Mane indicated that coach Jurgen Klopp was understanding and agreed to the request, and indicated that the German coach's position makes it easier for the players to give their best on the field.


Sadio Mane talks about Liverpool's handling of Ramadan  Liverpool is entering a crucial stage of the season and is competing for the crown with a historic quartet, and the team relies on a group of stars, led by the Egyptian Mohamed Salah and the Senegalese Sadio Mane.  Salah scored 30 goals and gave 13 assists in 43 games in all competitions with Liverpool this season, while Mane scored 19 goals and granted 3 assists in 43 games.  The performance of the two players in the last period was not affected by the blessed month of Ramadan, and they did not appear to be affected by fasting in the last matches.  Mane talked about the secret behind this, and said in an interview with the "BN Sports" network that the club's management responded to a request made by the players in order to adapt the training program to help them during the fasting period.  The Senegalese star said, "Playing and training during Ramadan is not easy at all. Before Ramadan, we spoke with the captain and coach to see if we could change the training schedule to the morning session because that is better for us."  "If we train in the morning, we have more time to recover in the afternoon at home, but if we train around two or three in the evening, it will be complicated," he added.  Mane indicated that coach Jurgen Klopp was understanding and agreed to the request, and indicated that the German coach's position makes it easier for the players to give their best on the field.  In addition, Mane talked about the team's designation of a nutritionist in order to improve the performance of the two players and help them manage this sensitive period on a physical level.  "Liverpool is doing everything to make it easier for us; we are talking with a nutritionist, especially before matches, she does everything for us and makes sure that we can fast in Ramadan," he said.  Mane and his colleagues will be on a date today, Wednesday, to meet their guest, Villarreal, in the first leg of the semi-finals of the Champions League.   Mortada Mansour was imprisoned for his involvement in insulting and defaming the president of Al-Ahly Club  The Economic Misdemeanors Court sentenced Zamalek club president Mortada Mansour to two years in prison on charges of abuse, insult and slander through the media against Al-Ahly club president Mahmoud Al-Khatib.  Today, Wednesday, Al-Ahly’s official website stated that the club’s legal advisor, Muhammad Othman, filed the lawsuit in two cases between 2021 and 2022.  It bears the first lawsuit filed by Al-Khatib, against Mortada Mansour, No. 83 of 2022, in which he accuses him of insulting and slandering through social media.  The other lawsuit is filed No. 45 of 2022, in which Al-Khatib, the president of Zamalek club, is also accused of insulting and defaming him on social media.  The lawsuit papers included 12 video clips of Mortada Mansour; It contained insulting and slanderous terms against Mahmoud Al-Khatib, his family, members of the Al-Ahly club's board of directors and its CEO.  Today, the court ruled that Mortada Mansour be imprisoned for one year in each case and fined him 10,000 pounds (about 540 dollars). He paid Mahmoud al-Khatib a temporary compensation of 10 thousand pounds.    Liverpool and Villarreal Klopp's fears and Emery's convictions  Liverpool will welcome Villarreal in the Champions League semi-final first leg tomorrow, Wednesday, in a match in which German coach Jurgen Klopp will look to avoid the mistakes of others, at a time when Spaniard Unai Emery lacks the advantage of "surprise".  Klopp talked about the possibility of underestimating Juventus and Bayern Munich with the strength of Villarreal, but his team will not make this mistake when the two teams meet tomorrow.  Villarreal surprised many, beating the European giants Juventus and Bayern in the playoffs, reaching the semi-finals for the first time in 16 years.  "Maybe there is a slight advantage (for Villarreal) given the possible underestimation of Juventus or Bayern, but that will not happen with us. The opponent wants to appear in the final, but we also feel the same importance," Klopp told reporters before the first leg at Anfield.  "This is exceptional, this is crazy, and this is an important match. A lot of coaches and players are doing their best throughout their careers without going through this moment. We have to celebrate and enjoy it."  The German coach praised his opponent, Unai Emery, describing him as a "high-class coach", as he managed to lead his team to adapt to different situations in the matches.  "We analyzed Villarreal's performance," Klopp said. "I have all the respect for Unai and his team. I watched the team up close and they are really amazing. He is a coach who pays attention to detail. He has many ways to put pressure and deal with different circumstances during the match."  Liverpool appeared in the semi-finals for the last time three years ago when they faced Barcelona, ​​and Klopp said that the support of the fans, who helped him turn from a 3-0 delay in the first leg in 2019, will be a crucial element.  "We want a similar atmosphere and a strong performance. I need to be at my best, and so are the players, and that's fine. If the semi-final match was easy in this competition, something would have gone wrong."  Liverpool has a chance to achieve an unprecedented quartet of titles this season, as it has already crowned the League Cup, reached the FA Cup final , is competing for the Premier League title and is one point behind leaders Manchester City 5 rounds before the end.  "This is very extraordinary," Klopp said. "We reacted very special to what happened last year, but there is still a long way to go. I realize how quickly things can change in football."  Emery and Liverpool For his part, Emery said that Villarreal no longer had the luxury to simply deal with facing Liverpool, and stressed the need for a tight plan to eliminate the former European champion.  After ousting Juventus from the final price and Bayern Munich from the quarter-finals, the 50-year-old is confident that the element of surprise is no longer useful in his quest to reach the Champions League final for the first time.  "The element of surprise is less after what we did," Emery said at a news conference at Anfield. "Against Juventus there were moments when the opponent did not have the reaction. Against Bayern, after being late, we could have reached the best version and used that to excel, and that is no longer present. Which team He reaches the semi-finals, he deserves it."  The Spanish coach confirmed that Liverpool, the six-time European champion, could certainly consider himself the favorite to win, but stressed his team's thirst for more success after winning the European League title last season.  "He's a wise opponent and now he knows who we are. He knows it's going to be tough, and he'll be ready, there's no doubt about that," Emery said.  The former Arsenal coach said that he was constantly aware of Liverpool's playing style, which made him win the League Cup last February, and helped him continue to compete for 4 titles this season.  He added, "The opponent is famous for running and retrieving the ball with advanced pressure, but now he has more options to advance through passes, with Thiago (Alcantara) and (Sadio) Mane in the center of the field more. The signing of Luis Diaz (in January) represents an element. significant in this development.


In addition, Mane talked about the team's designation of a nutritionist in order to improve the performance of the two players and help them manage this sensitive period on a physical level.

"Liverpool is doing everything to make it easier for us; we are talking with a nutritionist, especially before matches, she does everything for us and makes sure that we can fast in Ramadan," he said.

Mane and his colleagues will be on a date today, Wednesday, to meet their guest, Villarreal, in the first leg of the semi-finals of the Champions League.

Mortada Mansour was imprisoned for his involvement in insulting and defaming the president of Al-Ahly Club

The Economic Misdemeanors Court sentenced Zamalek club president Mortada Mansour to two years in prison on charges of abuse, insult and slander through the media against Al-Ahly club president Mahmoud Al-Khatib.

Today, Wednesday, Al-Ahly’s official website stated that the club’s legal advisor, Muhammad Othman, filed the lawsuit in two cases between 2021 and 2022.

It bears the first lawsuit filed by Al-Khatib, against Mortada Mansour, No. 83 of 2022, in which he accuses him of insulting and slandering through social media.

The other lawsuit is filed No. 45 of 2022, in which Al-Khatib, the president of Zamalek club, is also accused of insulting and defaming him on social media.

The lawsuit papers included 12 video clips of Mortada Mansour; It contained insulting and slanderous terms against Mahmoud Al-Khatib, his family, members of the Al-Ahly club's board of directors and its CEO.

Today, the court ruled that Mortada Mansour be imprisoned for one year in each case and fined him 10,000 pounds (about 540 dollars). He paid Mahmoud al-Khatib a temporary compensation of 10 thousand pounds.

Liverpool and Villarreal Klopp's fears and Emery's convictions

Liverpool will welcome Villarreal in the Champions League semi-final first leg tomorrow, Wednesday, in a match in which German coach Jurgen Klopp will look to avoid the mistakes of others, at a time when Spaniard Unai Emery lacks the advantage of "surprise".

Klopp talked about the possibility of underestimating Juventus and Bayern Munich with the strength of Villarreal, but his team will not make this mistake when the two teams meet tomorrow.

Villarreal surprised many, beating the European giants Juventus and Bayern in the playoffs, reaching the semi-finals for the first time in 16 years.

"Maybe there is a slight advantage (for Villarreal) given the possible underestimation of Juventus or Bayern, but that will not happen with us. The opponent wants to appear in the final, but we also feel the same importance," Klopp told reporters before the first leg at Anfield.

"This is exceptional, this is crazy, and this is an important match. A lot of coaches and players are doing their best throughout their careers without going through this
moment. We have to celebrate and enjoy it."

The German coach praised his opponent, Unai Emery, describing him as a "high-class coach", as he managed to lead his team to adapt to different situations in the matches.

"We analyzed Villarreal's performance," Klopp said. "I have all the respect for Unai and his team. I watched the team up close and they are really amazing. He is a coach who pays attention to detail. He has many ways to put pressure and deal with different circumstances during the match."

Liverpool appeared in the semi-finals for the last time three years ago when they faced Barcelona, ​​and Klopp said that the support of the fans, who helped him turn from a 3-0 delay in the first leg in 2019, will be a crucial element.

"We want a similar atmosphere and a strong performance. I need to be at my best, and so are the players, and that's fine. If the semi-final match was
easy in this competition, something would have gone wrong."

Liverpool has a chance to achieve an unprecedented quartet of titles this season, as it has already crowned the League Cup, reached the FA Cup final
, is competing for the Premier League title and is one point behind leaders Manchester City 5 rounds before the end.

"This is very extraordinary," Klopp said. "We reacted very special to what happened last year, but there is still a long way to go. I realize how quickly things can change in football."

Emery and Liverpool
For his part, Emery said that Villarreal no longer had the luxury to simply deal with facing Liverpool, and stressed the need for a tight plan to eliminate the former European champion.

After ousting Juventus from the final price and Bayern Munich from the quarter-finals, the 50-year-old is confident that the element of surprise is no longer useful in his quest to reach the Champions League final for the first time.

"The element of surprise is less after what we did," Emery said at a news conference at Anfield. "Against Juventus there were moments when the opponent did not have the reaction. Against Bayern, after being late, we could have reached the best version and used that to excel, and that is no longer present. Which team He reaches the semi-finals, he deserves it."

The Spanish coach confirmed that Liverpool, the six-time European champion, could certainly consider himself the favorite to win, but stressed his team's thirst for more success after winning the European League title last season.

"He's a wise opponent and now he knows who we are. He knows it's going to be tough, and he'll be ready, there's no doubt about that," Emery said.

The former Arsenal coach said that he was constantly aware of Liverpool's playing style, which made him win the League Cup last February, and helped him continue to compete for 4 titles this season.

He added, "The opponent is famous for running and retrieving the ball with advanced pressure, but now he has more options to advance through passes, with Thiago
(Alcantara) and (Sadio) Mane in the center of the field more. The signing of Luis Diaz (in January) represents an element. significant in this development.
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