Published: Wed, September 13, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Liverpool's Mane to serve full 3-game ban

Liverpool's Mane to serve full 3-game ban

The 25-year-old kicked Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson Moraes in the head on Saturday and was immediately given his marching orders by referee Jon Moss, whose decision sparked mass debates in the football world.

He however does face the possibility of a ban after receiving his marching orders during the Reds 5-0 defeat against Manchester City during the weekend.

Effectively, Mane has been banned for more than three and a half matches following an incident in which he showed no malicious intent and that seems very harsh to me.

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Mane is still available to play in Liverpool's Champions League group stage opener against La Liga outfit Sevilla on Wednesday but he will now miss his side's Premier League clashes against Burnley and Leicester City, as well as the Carabao Cup tie with the Foxes next week.

Ederson, 24, was given eight minutes of treatment and stole away on a stretcher after he was gotten in the face by the studs of Saido Mane in an episode which saw the Liverpool striker sent off.

"I didn't expect something different", said the Liverpool manager, as quoted by the Express.

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I don't think anyone has a big problem with a lad from South America wanting to try and force through a move to Barcelona, as that would have been a dream for him when he was growing up back in Brazil.

"There were lots of situations in the last few weeks that were similar", said the Reds boss.

Ederson still has bad cuts all over and City's medicinal staff will evaluate how they are recuperating before settling on a ultimate conclusion on whether to enable him to play or to run with Chilean global Claudio Bravo. But we can not change this.

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"If you want, all the other players were lucky". We don't want to underestimate this, it looks terrible and Ederson was lucky nothing more serious happened in this situation. I don't blame the ref for the decision. "I'm sure enough people will find a reason to say it's 100% a red card", continued the German. "Today we make the training session, tomorrow we will see, I have to speak with him".

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