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‘Senegal is bigger than Liverpool’; Diouf takes a dig at Gerrard

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(In case you missed it) Read the quotes from Diouf as he takes a dig at Steven Gerrard…

“I have no problem with him,” he said. “Gerrard is a strong character and I am a strong character. ‘Stevie G’ was a very good player, people like him in Liverpool but he never did anything for his country. I am Mr El Hadji Diouf, Mr Senegal but he is Mr Liverpool and Senegal is bigger than Liverpool and he has to know that.”

“I am a lion, I am a bad loser and it’s not wrong to be a bad loser,” he argued. “I have got character and I want people to respect me.

“I am an easy target. It’s easy to talk about El Hadji Diouf and I let them talk but I know in my heart I am a good guy. My family know, my population knows, my continent knows I am a good guy and that’s the best thing. The rest is not my problem.”

“We put Senegal on the world map,” he said. “Before the World Cup nobody knew Senegal, but after the World Cup everybody wanted to know where Senegal was. What Maradona did for his country [Argentina] is what I did for Senegal. I was one of the biggest men at the 2002 World Cup.

“We were colonised by France, most of the businesses are run by French people here and to beat them was a big thing for us. Before the game, they used to say: ‘The reserve team is going to play against the first team’ – because most of the players used to play in the French league. I used to be in Lens, Salif Diao [Sedan], Khalilou Fadiga [Auxerre], most of the players played in the French league but we used to say: ‘Be careful before you kill the lion.’”

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