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Mohamed Salah strikes at the most amazing levels of humanity .. Egyptian Dar al-Ifta Comments (Video)

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Mohamed Salah strikes at the most amazing levels of humanity .. Egyptian Dar al-Ifta Comments (Video)

Egyptian star Mohamed Salah has adjusted the most beautiful human positions and thoughts after inviting former al-Ahly player Momen Zakaria after his side Liverpool beat Chelsea in the FA Cup final for the eighth time in his history. To the match and celebrated the trophy with him.


Liverpool beat Chelsea 6-5 on penalties in the final at Wembley Stadium in London to win their second title, and Mohamed Salah, who was sidelined with an injury in the first half of the match, displayed a wonderful humanitarian attitude. When he called a player, the former al-Ahly Egyptian Momen Zakaria, unbeknownst to anyone, celebrated him inside the dressing room with the Liverpool players, and all the players circled around the al-Ahly player. A wheelchair, delight in this wonderful situation.

The video, which was widely circulated on social media in various parts of the world, received great praise for the Egyptian player’s position, bringing the matter to the attention of the Egyptian Dar al-Ifta, who has officially commented on the status of the Egyptian player through him. The official account on the “Twitter” website and said: “Humanity is morality before religion and true humanity.” And compensation for thoughts and discipline is not just a game … on the contrary, it is a way of life. “

Liverpool won their second title of the season, waiting for the final against Real Madrid, and waiting until Manchester City stumbled to try to crown the league title.


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No need for temporary evacuation… Just follow the rules

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Soccer fans await the track for Germany’s June 14-July 14 European Cup finals, scheduled for Saturday in Hamburg, Germany’s second-largest city.

The event marks the start of the countdown to the 20 teams that have qualified so far, with hosts Germany, and 3 additional teams joining them in the qualifiers for the finals next March.

Teams were drawn in 4 stages, with the first stage comprising Germany (host), Portugal, France, Spain, Belgium and England. The second tier includes Hungary, Turkey, Romania, Denmark, Albania and Austria. Netherlands, Scotland, Croatia, Slovenia, Slovakia and Czech Republic in the third level and Italy, Serbia and Switzerland in the fourth level after winning the first playoff match. Second playoff and third playoff winner.

France, the runners-up at the last World Cup, and England, the second-to-last edition of the continental championship, are among the main contenders for the title, given the high level both teams have shown in recent times. And first-class stars Kylian Mbappe and Antoine Griezmann and Harry Kane and Jude Bellingham were first.

Pressure will be high on coach Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions after reaching the finals for the first time in their history in 2021 and losing to Italy on penalties in the final at Wembley Stadium in London.

Southgate, who led England to the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup in Russia, touched on the pressure his side face to win their first major title since their country hosted the 1966 World Cup, saying: “I think we have to accept it. (The pressure).”

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He added: “The pressure comes when expectations differ from reality and the reality is that we will be one of the teams that can win.”

On the other hand, Germany, without a title since the 1996 edition in England, are in crisis after losing 6 of their 11 matches at last year’s World Cup after their second consecutive group stage exit.

These results cost Hansi Flick his position as Die Mannschaft’s chief of technical staff, but did not improve under new coach Julian Nagelsmann, who suffered two defeats in 4 matches compared to one win and a draw.

“We have a lot of work to do in every position,” Nagelsmann told local media after the recent 0-2 defeat in Austria.

As always, there are dangerous teams not in first place, notably the Netherlands, who won the title in 1988 in Germany, in third place, and Italy, the defending champions, in fourth place.

Italy, who failed to qualify for the World Cup in the last two editions, managed to qualify this time after a tough goalless draw with Ukraine in their last match.

The first-tier teams, of course, hope to avoid relegation with these two teams, although the structure of the next tournament reduces the risk of early exit for the big teams, as the first and second teams in each of the six groups reach. In the second round, except for the top 4 teams who finished third.

“After all the difficulties we have faced, we will be in Germany, we will go there as champions, we will win there,” Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma said after the draw with Ukraine.

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The host nation’s position represents a real concern and threatens Germany’s hope that the tournament will become another “summer fairy tale”, which is how the country remembers the 2006 World Cup finals.

However, football fans across the continent are eager to capitalize on the return to the classic format of a continental championship held in one country after the last tournament was held in 11 different countries across the continent.

The latest edition was marred by restrictions on travel and attendance due to the “Covid” pandemic.

Fans will flock to ten host cities across the country, from the capital Berlin and Hamburg in the north, to Munich in the south and Dortmund in the heart of the Ruhr industrial region.

Germany will play their opening match in Munich on June 14, while the 70,000-capacity Olympic Stadium in Berlin will host the final on July 14.

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Al-Hilal vs Al-Nasr.. Fobana ready to participate with “Al-Alami” in derby

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Al-Hilal vs Al-Nasr.. Fobana ready to participate with “Al-Alami” in derby


Written by Rami Abdel Hamid

Friday, December 1, 2023 11:20 AM

Press reports revealed that the club’s technical staff Saudi victoryUnder the captaincy of Luis Castro, the Ivorian team has regained midfielder Seko Fobana and could use him in the starting line-up during today’s upcoming clash with Al Hilal.

Fans of the Saudi league will be in for a date with a tough clash, which will culminate in the Riyadh derby at the Fahd International Stadium, Cairo time, at eight o’clock in the evening. Fifteenth round of the tournament in the current season.

Saudi newspaper Al-Riyadiah said team coach Luis Castro preferred Fofana to Abdullah Al-Khaibari, who started alongside Croatian Marcelo Brozovic and Portuguese Otavio Monteiro.

Fobana has not been in the starting line-up for several recent matches, including last Monday’s goalless draw with Iranian Persepolis in Group E of the AFC Champions League.

Al-Hilal leads the Saudi league table with 38 points from 12 wins and two draws in 14 matches, and its last game at Al-Hasmin was won with nine clean sheets.

As for Al-Nasr, they are second in the Saudi league, 4 points behind Al-Hilal, and have 34 points from 11 wins, one draw and two losses. In its last match, Al-Aqdud was successful in defeating 3. -0.



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Liverpool qualified for the last 16 of the Europa League game

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English Liverpool qualified for the eighth final of the European Football League with a 4-0 win over Austrian hosts Laszlo Linz in the fifth (final) round of the continental competition’s fifth group stage on Thursday evening. Belgian Union Saint-Geloise drew goalless with French club Toulouse.

Liverpool increased their score to 12 points and finished their campaign in the group by 4 points ahead of their nearest rival Toulouse to ensure they are at the top, while Saint-Geloise remain in third place with 5 points, and LASK Linz are at the bottom. Ranking with 3 points.

Luis Diaz (12), Cody Kagbo (15, 92) and Mohamed Salah (51, with a penalty kick) scored for the “Reds”.

In Group Seven, Czech team Slavia Prague and Italian team Roma made it past the group stage.

Slavia Prague won 3-2 against Moldova’s Sherif Draspol while Roma drew 1-1 with Swiss rivals Servette.

Slavia Prague topped the table with 12 points, two points ahead of Roma in second place, Servette was third with 5 points and Sheriff was bottom of the table with one point.

In Group Eight, Germany’s Bayer Leverkusen kept a clean sheet following a 2-0 win over Sweden’s hosts Hagen, while Azerbaijan’s Karabakh drew 2-2 with Norwegian hosts Molde.

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Leverkusen, who officially qualified for the finals, won all five of their matches to increase their score to 15 points and strengthen their lead in the group, while Karbak and Molte are second and third with 7 points each, and Haken remain bottom of the table without points.

In the second division, France’s Olympique Marseille and England’s Brighton qualified for the knockout round.

Brighton beat their hosts AEK Athens with a clean sheet in Greece, while in Marseille they beat their guests Ajax Amsterdam 4-3 in the Netherlands.

Marseille are top with 11 points, one point ahead of their nearest rivals Brighton, AEK Athens are third with 4 points and Ajax are bottom of the table with two points.

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