Mohamed Salah clashes with the Egyptian Football Federation again
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has collided with the Egyptian Football Association again in a television interview with CNN in English after he expressed dissatisfaction with the performance of the Egyptian Football Association during the Nations Cup.
The Egyptian player Mohamed Salah, Liverpool star, collided with the Egyptian Football Association again in a television interview with the network "CNN" in English, after expressing dissatisfaction with the performance of the Egyptian Football Association during the African Nations Cup, Salah talked about the lack of security for the players in the hotel where the Egyptian team was staying during the organization of the tournament.
Salah described the crowd's arrival at the hotel as "unnatural". "When I got out of my room, I had about 200 people around me and they told me (EFA members) why do you complain about that?" He said. To be with the players, I want to sit and enjoy my life. We are a team, we love each other. "
In response to the meeting, former Egyptian Football Federation member Magdy Abdel Ghani, who resigned in a telephone interview with the BBC, denied that there was any complaint from the player Mohamed Salah during the tournament. No player in the national team has filed a complaint.
Abdul Ghani added: "The presence of the head of the team's mission would have prevented any error occurs, perhaps talked to the director of the ball, and is in constant contact with the Federation."