The Egyptian "Arab Contractors" club celebrated the talk of the international star, Mohamed Salah, about his memories and his early days in the team before his professional journey abroad.

The club's official account, on Facebook, shared a video clip of Salah's speech to the Egyptian DMC channel, yesterday, Friday, in which he talked about his memories and some funny situations or that he suffered from, especially his beginnings with his former club.

The contractors commented on the video by saying about his former player, "The international Mohamed Salah tells his memories in the Arab Contractors Club and praises the junior sector."

The Liverpool star had praised, during his speech, the club's junior sector, saying, "The contractors throughout its history are among the best clubs that graduate juniors in Egypt, and when I went to it, I was very happy."

Salah in the Arab Contractors shirt (Egyptian press)

During his speech, "Abu Makkah" touched on the most beautiful moments he experienced when he was with the contractors, and the dreams that he wished to come true on the ground, and later materialized.

Salah began his career in the ranks of the Arab Contractors youth team until he was promoted to the first team, then turned to professionalism in Europe, where he started in Basel, Switzerland, then Chelsea, England, Fiorentina and Rome, Italy, until he settled in his current club, Liverpool.