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Mo Salah Nominated For Globe Soccer Award’s Best Player of The Year

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Liverpool and Egypt’s star Mohamed Salah has been nominated for the Globe Soccer Award for the 2019 Best Men’s Player of the Year, after an impressive year for him with the Reds.

Salah’s incredible year with the Reds witnessed him winning the UEFA Champions League title back in June and a very close win of the Premier League.

This year’s list of nominees include Sadio Mane, Cristiano Ronaldo, Alisson Becker, Virgil van Dijk, Bernardo Silva, and Lionel Messi, making the competition a fierce one.

The awards ceremony will be held on December 29th in Dubai with the partnership of the Dubai International Sports Conference 14 and the organization of the Dubai Sports Council.

Salah is no stranger to the Globe Soccer Awards, seeing that he won Best Arab player award in 2016, beating Riyad Mahrez, Islam Slimani, and Mehdi Benatia.

 

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Egypt Qualifies For Tokyo Olympics After 3-0 Win Over South Africa

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Egypt has successfully secured a spot in the Olympic Games for the very first time since 2012 after an incredible win over South Africa in the semi-final of the U23 African Cup of Nations that took place last night.

South Africa did great in the first half but eventually the Egyptian team pulled a 3-0 win, and by that qualified to the Olympics and will be heading to Tokyo next year.

Ramadan Sobhi scored a goal from the penalty spot in the 59th minute, while Abdel Rahman Magdy managed to score in the 85th and 89th minutes.

This brings so much joy to Egyptian fans seeing that it is Egypt’s first qualification, since the 2012 London Olympics.

The Pharaohs will be facing Ivory Coast in the final on Friday November 22, in the Cairo International Stadium. 

Congratulations to Egypt’s beloved team, and we can’t wait to cheer you all the way to Tokyo next year!

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Tarek Momen and Raneem El Welily Become First Married Couple in Squash History to be Crowned World Champions

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Egypt’s World No.3 Tarek Momen has been crowned the 2019-20 PSA Men’s World Champion after beating New Zealand’s Paul Coll by a 3-0 margin, this means that Momen and his wife Raneem El Welily have become the very first married couple in squash history to be crowned World Champions. 

Expressing his gratitude and happiness for such a win, Momen said, “If I tell you how many times I imagined making this speech my whole life, it’s countless, and now I just don’t know what to say, it’s so hard to digest.”

“I just worked so hard for this. For years, I’ve been trying and trying, I came up this close but then it didn’t happen for me. I haven’t won a Platinum event and the first major I ever win gets to be the World Championship, it’s unbelievable,” he added.

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Also worth mentioning is that Momen became the sixth Egyptian to be crowned world championship and the fourth one in a row to win the title.

“It has been a childhood dream of mine to become the World Champion at some point. I am 31 now, and I was wondering whether I would have the opportunity to do it, so to be able to do it at this age and to still feel that I can give it my all for a few more years is just unbelievable,” he said.

Now that is what I call true relationship goals!

 

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Mo Salah Ruled Out of 2021 AFCON qualifiers

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According to Egypt’s medical team, Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah has been ruled out of the team set to face Kenya and Comoros in the 2021 AFCON qualifiers due to his injury.

Mo Salah suffered a minor ankle injury during a match against Leicester City in the league, this has affected the player’s performance and therefore will stop him from joining Egypt’s team.

The medical team led by Dr Mohamed Abul Ela announced on Wednesday, also confirming that the star won’t be ready to join his team in the 2021 AFCON qualifiers.

Salah hasn’t joined yet in any of the appearances for Egypt under the new management of Hossam El-Badry. 

So far, there hasn’t been any official statement saying when or how long will Salah recover from the injury. But we hope it happens soon enough, and that it would be a quick and easy one.

 

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