Mohamed Salah receives a new shock from the African star .. "Not a hero"

The top scorer of the Liverpool team and the English Premier League, Mohamed Salah, was exposed to a new disappointment, this time by the goalkeeper of the Egyptian Arab Contractors team and the former Cameroon national team, the legendary goalkeeper Antoine Bell, who confirmed that Mohamed Salah does not deserve to win the Golden Ball award for the current season.

The Egyptian Arab Contractors team brought together the two great African stars, as Antoine Bell played in the ranks of the contractors in the eighties of the last century and won many championships with him, while Mohamed Salah played for the same team from 2010 to 2012 before professionalism in the Swiss team Basel and the beginning of the European journey.

Joseph Antoine Bell, the former goalkeeper of Cameroon and Arab Contractors, believes that it is difficult for Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool star, to win the Golden Ball award because of his lack of titles last season.

Mohamed Salah is in France Football's list of 30 players competing for the best player in the world, which witnessed the presence of players such as Messi, Lewandowski, Ronaldo, De Bruyne, Benzema.

The winner of the Ballon d'Or will be announced on Monday, November 29 in Paris, and Salah ensured that he was among the top 10 best players in the world at least.

Bale said, in comments highlighted by the "Liverpool Echo" website today, Tuesday: "Salah had a great season, but he repeated the same thing last year."

He added: "There is no doubt that Salah is one of the best players in the world, but we have to be honest about his nomination for the Golden Ball."

He continued, "When people talk about who should win the Ballon d'Or, they always ask: What trophies did he achieve? And we have to apply this standard to everyone."

He concluded: "Salah was not a hero for England, and he was not a hero for Africa, while others won titles, so it is difficult to say that Salah deserves the Golden Ball award more than others."

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