Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has been attracting attention as usual for the past few hours after being a guest of Egyptian media outlet Assad Younis.
Mohamed Salah appeared on the Egyptian channel DMC on Thursdays and Fridays and talked about his football career and many scenes outside the stadium.
What is the diet of Mohammed Salah?
The Liverpool star said, “I am not weak before food and I do not feel like eating if someone eats chocolate in front of me.
He laughed and said, “I feel guilty if I eat unleavened bread (mashed). If I eat kosher and feta in one day, it will be hard.” A bath, and kosher for dinner … After that, I did not eat any other heavy food for a month. ”
“We do not eat fatta, but I tend to eat salad with fish or chicken and broccoli. We are a family that celebrates all events, but I do not buy birthday sweets,” he explained.
Expressing his admiration and pride for the achievements of the leader of the Pharaohs on European grounds by reviewing the channel of various groups of the Egyptian people, Salah responded with tears: “There are no words to describe how I felt. Now, if I had died today, I would have achieved much of my ambition. ”
He explained, “After seeing someone who can present a positive view of children, people need to feel confident and achieve the goal they want. This was one of my main goals when I started my life in Europe.”
Mohamed Salah stressed, “I am very happy to wear the Egyptian national team shirt, especially at the moment of qualifying for the World Cup after many years without being in the Congo. I consider this to be the most important match in my history. The joy seen in the eyes of those in the stadium is indescribable.”
Family and future of Mohammed Salah
At the family level, Salah is the father of two daughters; Mecca and Cayan, but is the English Premier League star dreaming of having a son in the future?
The captain of the Egyptian national team responded, “When I was young, I wanted to have a son, but after the birth of Mecca and Qayan, it did not change me.”
Moe talked about the past and present, so what about the future? What is the tendency towards him after retirement? Laird: “Actually, I have not decided on this matter. I may be an entrepreneur, or go into a field related to football. It is possible to buy a club, it is possible.”
Salah’s suffering at the beginning of his football career
Mohamed Salah expressed his distress during his early days in football, especially in his experience with the Egyptian Arab Contractors Club.
“We were looking for places to sleep the next day and in preparation for new training sessions,” he said.
He added, “Sometimes we had to sleep with subcontractors on the field, waking up before members and club officials could arrive.”
And he added here, “Once one of the players gave me the idea of staying in the cemetery, but I refused, and we went to the club together to spend the hard night waiting for the sun to rise. At that point, I was willing to sacrifice anything to achieve the goal I wanted.
Gold ball shock
Salah said of losing the Golden Ball and Best Player award in 2021: “I was shocked, no one in the world expected me to be seventh, but what should I do ?!”
He added, “I do not realize the conspiracy, but I do not know the criteria for options. Countries far removed from football are participating in the voting process.”
The highest scorer in the English Premier League, he was ranked third in the International Football Association’s “Best” award, behind Poland’s Robert Lewandowski, Bayern Munich striker and Paris Saint-Germain’s Lionel Messi.
“I do not know what the basis of the options is? Of course I’m not happy,” he said.
What is the difference between Egypt and Liverpool?
“Why is your position with Liverpool different from the Egyptian national team?” Salah received a question from one of the fans.
To this question Mohamed Salah teasingly replied, “My position in Liverpool is no different from what I offer with the Egyptian national team.”
He quoted, “My numbers with the Egyptian national team are better and they are performing better than any player in the past or present.”
He concluded, “I am the second highest scoring player in the history of the Egyptian national team (after Hossam Hassan). How can I be dismissed?”
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