Mohamed Salah Issues Response to Egyptian FA as Rift Reopens (Again)

Mohamed Salah Issues Response to Egyptian FA as Rift Reopens (Again)

Mohamed Salah Issues Response to Egyptian FA as Rift Reopens (Again)

Yet FIFA's list of votes confirmed Egypt's nominations were not included in the final analysis, with an administrative error being blamed by officials at the national association.

Egypt's coach Javier Aguirre and the entire board of the association resigned after the country's abysmal showing in this year's Africa Cup of Nations that it hosted.

Also, "voting forms were also not signed by the (federation) general secretary which is mandatory".

The Best FIFA Men's Player Award Winner Lionel Messi of FC Barcelona and Argentina is seen during The Best FIFA Football Awards 2019 at Teatro alla Scala on September 23, 2019 in Milan, Italy.

Mane and Salah on the other hand were joint top scorers alongside another African player Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon) of Arsenal in the English Premier League.

Although the former Roma star appeared to diffuse the situation by saying on twitter he will never stop playing for the country, he has removed Egypt from his bio.

Salah posted a conciliatory tweet after saying "no matter how much they try to change my love for you and your people", referring to Egypt, "they won't be able to".

The only vote that was registered was from Egyptian journalist Hany Danial, who voted for Sadio Mane and had Salah as his third choice.

This would be about the Egyptian Football Federation has said it will originate.

Last year, Salah was named Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year and the Football Writers' Association's Footballer of the Year after he scored 44 goals for Liverpool in all competitions.

He believes the two players who inspired Liverpool to win the UEFA Champions League deserved to have secured a place in the finest XI in the world for the 2018-19 football season.

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