Totti on Salah: “The level he is playing at, at the moment, he is one of the best players in the world - and I think he can and will get even better.”
“I know him well. He is a good friend and wants to keep improving, to keep getting better as a player.”
“He does all the right things, he trains hard, he works hard, he listens to the coaches - that's why, as good as he is playing at the moment.”
Wales Online allow a Cardiff City fan to pen a weekly article, and this week’s edition focuses on Marko Grujic.
Bluebirds fan Scott Johnson is a fan of the yellow-card loving Serb, too, as he writes: "Grujic provided a particularly impressive showing in the recent 2-0 win against Bolton, revelling in the extra time and space afforded by a poor side by dictating play in front of the back four. But against Middlesbrough, he appeared to have been given more licence to roam and was far more influential.
Some of Grujic’s passing is still a little wonky at times, but his class is beginning to shine through and Cardiff play more football with him in the side. In that respect, he is filling the void left by Peter Whittingham’s summer departure.
Like Danny Drinkwater, who played on loan at Cardiff in the same position at about the same stage in his career, Grujic is learning a tough role on the job. Drinkwater struggled at Cardiff, but eventually went on to make a £35m move to Chelsea. Grujic will do well to replicate Drinkwater’s career trajectory, but he has already bettered his impact at Cardiff."
What do you think about his future at Liverpool?
Predicted line-up against West Ham. I think Emre will come in and Gomez will replace Trent.
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Woodburn: United win a team effort, "I feel great. It's obviously a great feeling to beat Man United in this special competition, it was great for us and the whole team, I think we all played well, the young players, the players who came off the bench, the old players, I think everyone played their part and it was a good win for us. "I think the pressing high was the plan from the start. We watched a few clips and felt that was where we could hurt them, winning the ball back high up the pitch, and we did that." 💪❤️ [via @liverpoolfc ]
Yesterday saw the last professional game of a legend, and a hero of mine, @caseystoney. Thank you so much, Casey for your service to the game, and for being nothing short of an inspiration. And especially thanks for remembering me and heading back into the changing room to bring me this. I am honestly overwhelmed. I've just got to find a frame now! #caseystoney#thankyoucasey#womensfootball#lfc#legend
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Would you like to see him join us for free in the summer?
Comment #Yes or #No .