Social Zone: Miserable Mane endures Liverpool parade, plus Richarlison pokes fun at fake bus prank

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Despite missing out on the Champions League trophy this weekend, Liverpool went ahead with their trophy parade for their success in the FA Cup and League Cup.

Sadio Mane attended despite announcing that he's leaving Liverpool this summer, but the Senegalese winger didn't do a great job of pretending he wanted to be there...

In contrast to Mane, it seems the Brazilian national team had a great weekend - they were all pictured in South Korean Disneyland together. We don't really know why either...

Nottingham Forest also enjoyed their weekend, with the two-time European Cup winners booking their place in next season's Premier League after beating Huddersfield in the play-off final. Former Middlesbrough player Djed Spence was told early on in the season by Neil Warnock that he wasn't good enough to play in the Championship... it turns out his loan to Forest went a little better than expected, and he made sure to remind Warnock of his mistake.

With the red half of Liverpool heading to Paris this weekend for the Champions League final, Everton fans played a brutal prank on their bitter rivals by setting up a fake bus company under the name "Richard Arlison". It, of course, never turned up, leaving hundreds of Liverpool supporters fuming. It made the national news over the weekend, and Richarlison himself couldn't help but to poke fun at the situation on Twitter!

After mentioning that he specifically wanted revenge against Real Madrid in the Champions League final, Mohamed Salah was mocked by Madrid's Dani Carvajal, who suggested Camila Cabello's pre-match performance was better than the Egyptian's. Ouch.

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