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Liverpool are enduring what has been a disappointing season so far, and while their key players are taking the brunt of the blame, their fringe players and youngsters also aren’t stepping up to the expected level.


Indeed, this summer the Reds signed Fabio Carvalho from Fulham in a deal worth £7m, and that looked like an absolute bargain at the time.


Carvalho was coming off the back of a season where he looked like one of the best young players in England, but since his arrival at Anfield, he’s barely made an impact.


Meanwhile, his former side Fulham are having a brilliant season so far, and one player who is certainly shining brightly is Manor Solomon.


The Israeli international was signed in the summer to replace Carvalho when he left for Liverpool, and he’s already making a name for himself at Craven Cottage.


Solomon has been in red-hot form in recent weeks, scoring four goals in his last four games for the Cottagers, including two wonderstrikes against Leeds and Wolves.


Solomon is certainly starting to make headlines, and Liverpool may be a bit frustrated to see the player signed to replace Carvalho outperforming him in such a manner.

It’s fair to say that Solomon has outshone Carvalho this season. The Israeli has settled into life in the Premier League much quicker than his predecessor, and he’s quickly becoming a key player for Fulham. His dribbling ability, pace, and eye for goal make him a constant threat in the final third, and he’s already a fan favourite in west London.


Of course, it’s still early days for Solomon at Fulham, and he’ll need to maintain his form over the course of the season. But there’s no denying that he’s made a strong start to his Premier League career, and he has the potential to be a star in the future.


For Fulham fans, Carvalho is nothing but a distant memory right now. Not only are Fulham above Liverpool in the league, they seem to have replaced their Portuguese wonderkid with a player who is even better.


At the age of just 20, Carvalho has plenty of time to turn the tide, but at the moment, the ‘special’ player is in footballing purgatory at Anfield.




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