"Body Guard" accompanies Mohamed Salah in Libya, commissioned by this party (photo)


The Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, raised the controversy in Libya while he was with the Egyptian national team for an important meeting that will determine, in large part, the features of the group leader in the African qualifiers conflict for the 2022 World Cup, as the Libyan websites asked about the bodyguard accompanying Mohamed Salah in all his movements there, as the website published “Libya al-Mustaqbal,” a photo while this person was accompanied by Salah from inside the mission hotel, where he accompanies him in all his movements.

The Libyan website revealed that the person accompanying Mohamed Salah came on the instructions of the Egyptian Minister of Youth and Sports Ashraf Sobhi, to the officials of the Egyptian Football Association, who decided to provide special protection for the player once he joined the Egyptian team camp, at the request of the Liverpool Security Department, whether In the matches played by the Egyptian national team at home or away.

Egypt and Libya will meet at 11:00 pm today, Monday, UAE time, in the fourth round of the African qualifiers for the World Cup, to be held at the Benghazi Stadium. Gabon, while Libya is in second place, with 6 points from two wins over Gabon and Angola, and received a loss from Egypt in the third round that was played last Friday at the Burj Al Arab Stadium in Alexandria.

And a number of matches for the Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, with his country’s national team witnessed a number of abuses after the conclusion of the matches from the audience who was looking to take memorial photos with the Egyptian star, which caused previous problems, so the Egyptian Ministry of Youth and Sports was keen to provide a personal guard for Salah while he was in Egypt, and this appeared in the first Libya match, and the security presence quickly accompanied the Egyptian player, preventing anyone from approaching him.

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