Egypt's Salah wins writers' footballer of the year award

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Egypt's Salah wins writers' footballer of the year award

The head of Egypt's football association has apologised to star Mohamed Salah for a dispute over image rights, showing the power of the 25-year-old Liverpool winger.

Abbas accused the EFA of committing violations by using Salah's image on the EgyptAir plane that will fly the team to the Russian World Cup. Abd el-Aziz announced that "an agreement has been reached" with the EFA, "the carry out all [of Salah's] requests".

Salah accepted the award with typical humility: no showboating, no gloating, no drunken cheers.

Ramy Abbas, Salah's agent, was quoted by ESPNFC as saying he has been waiting for a response from Egyptian officials. That triggered a massive outpouring of support on social media networks for the player.

He feels at Roma he was doing well, but since moving to England last summer, Salah's development has been astonishing and he wants him in the conversation for the Ballon d'Or next year.

This season, Egyptian footballer Mohamed Salah has been painting ecstasies all over the canvass of football history, and his work is not done yet. But when they eventually left the club, they only left with "he was a great player".

Salah has marked many of his goals this season by falling to the ground in a sajdah to glorify Allah. "In fact, your response was extraordinary and your interaction made me very happy".

"I thought Shankly was a one-off, but then I'd have to say that Klopp is the nearest thing", Clemence said. Numerous tweets touched on politics, making references to widespread corruption and inefficiency.

"We were promised a solution and God willing the issue is on its way to being resolved", the midfield maestro tweeted late on Sunday.

"Messi is the best footballer I have ever played against, but now Momo is going to be feared like the Argentine", said the Roma goalkeeper.

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