Mohamed Salah: Egyptian FA moves to defuse Liverpool striker row

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From Tarek Talaat
Egypt, football Writer
The Egyptian Football Association (EFA) has composed to Fifa to get a reason of its missing votes to the Finest Fifa Men’s Player award.
The EFA states that Pharaohs’ acting coach Shawky Gharib and captain Ahmed Elmohamady put votes for Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah that were not counted.
Neither are included on the breakdown on Fifa’s website.
From his Twitter profile Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah has removed’ Egypt’ since the awards ceremony.
His profile now simply reads:”Footballer for Liverpool FC.”
He also published a Tweet which translates as:”Whatever they do to attempt and change my passion for Egypt, they won’t succeed”
Barcelona’s Lionel Messi won the Finest Fifa Men’s Player award on Monday before Salah’s Liverpool Virgil van Dijk and Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo.
In 2018, Salah came in the award of the men and took the Puskas Award.
Each state has three voters: the federal team captain the team trainer along with a media agent.
The EFA state that both Gharib and Elmohamady had Salah as their initial choices.
The media representative Hany Danial’s choices were Sadio Mane followed closely by Cristiano Ronaldo, with Salah in place.
It is not the first time which Salah was angry with the EFA, after a row this past year over his image rights that saw him threaten to quit the national team.
A story of deceit greed and herd madness

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