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Liverpool better team without Salah exit soon enough

Liverpool is a better team without Mohamed Salah, as shown by their recent performances and results. Salah's exit is needed.

Mohamed Salah has recently been told by Liverpool that the team performs better without him on the field. Alan Shearer and Gary Lineker attempted to defend Salah's recent behavior, with Lineker praising his prolific season and Shearer commending his remarkable goal-scoring record in the Premier League. However, when you look beyond the surface, Salah's numbers tell a different story.

Despite being lauded for his scoring record, Salah's goal tally is inflated by penalties, with five of his strikes this season coming from the spot. In fact, if penalties are excluded, Salah is being outscored by Chris Wood of Nottingham Forest. Additionally, Salah's partnership with Sadio Mane reveals that Mane would have been Liverpool's top scorer in most seasons if he had taken penalties instead of Salah.

Critics argue that Salah's impact on the team is limited, as evidenced by Liverpool's strong performance in matches where he was absent due to injury or international duty at the start of the year. The team's record with Salah on the field has been less impressive, with more losses and draws than wins in recent games. Salah's lack of contribution when he doesn't score goals has raised questions about his overall value to the team.

Despite Salah's individual accolades, such as assists and goal involvements, there are doubts about his true impact on Liverpool's success. The team's best performances in recent memory have often come when Salah is not in the lineup, suggesting that they may be better off without him. As speculation grows about Salah's future with the club, many are starting to believe that his departure could actually benefit Liverpool in the long run.

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