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It's been 10 days since Sergio Ramos and Mo Salah's now infamous coming together at the Champions League final and it's starting to feel like we've heard from everyone on the matter. Well now we have heard from everyone!
The only previous times I can remember an injury being covered in the media, before Mo Salah's incident at the Champions League final, have been when an England player got injured before or during a major tournament.
There was, after all, once a front page of a newspaper that asked us to touch a picture of David Beckham's foot and pray that it would heal, that was the year we found out what a metatarsal is.
Ever since Sergio Ramos calculated that he could rip Mo Salah's shoulder out of its socket the moment has been poured over time and time again, never mind once the addition of Ramos concussing Loris Karius came about too.
Everyone from an MMA expert to angry fans signing a petition have had their say on the matter, well not quite everyone until now.
Finally the most muscle bound footballer on the planet has had his say. Adebayo Akinfenwa has sent a warning to Sergio Ramos over his conduct:
To be honest we'd really love to see the Wycombe Wanderers striker in the Champions League coming up against Ramos at some point.
Sure the Real Madrid captain is one of the best defenders of his generation, has won four Champions League trophies and earned over 150 caps for Spain but there's no way he'll have faced someone like Akinfenwa before.
The 36 year old maybe getting on a bit but he still managed to bag an impressive 17 goals in League Two for Wycombe this season and he'd no doubt cause Ramos some problems and he could always snap him in half.
There's a good chance we'll never stop hearing about all the incidents, considering they both caused to shape the game so much.
Salah was helping Liverpool dominate before his injury and following it Jurgen Klopp's side never looked like winning.
The incident on Karius came before he'd made either of his now infamous mistakes and the concussion is now being blamed.
Of all the things that have been said though you wouldn't blame Ramos for finally taking this one seriously.
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