Mohamed Salah is an Egyptian football player who had played in a number of major European clubs, including Rome, Italy and Chelsea.He presently plays for liverpool.
About Mohamed Salah
Mohamed Salah is an Egyptian football player born in Basion in 1992. Muhammad Salah grew up under difficult financial conditions. He was forced to give up his dream of university studies. However, he did not succumb and succeeded in achieving success that was echoed throughout the world.
He began his career at the Arab Contractors Club and then moved directly to Europe to join the Swiss team ‘Basel’. After that, Salah traveled between Italy and England before landing for Liverpool, where he starred in his first season, leading the Premier League’s top scorer during the first leg.
The beginnings of Mohammed Salah
Muhammad Salah was born in the village of Najrij in the city of Basion on June 15, 1992.
Salah grew up in a simple family, and their financial conditions were difficult, which affected Salah’s life and he could not join university. Of course, Salah’s passion for football came from a young age, and he expressed great talent. He decided to follow the footsteps of great Egyptian football and joined an Egyptian club, the Arab Contractors Club.
Achievements of Mohamed Salah
Mohammed Salah started his career with the Contractors’ Club in 2010, joining the junior team. But his great talent and his remarkable performance prompted the coach to join him in one of the Egyptian league matches against Al Mansoura in 2010. The next season, Mohammed Salah became a key player in the first team, attracting the attention of followers, critics and other scouts. AL- Zamalek club tried to sign him, but they considered the cost of the deal too big compared to Salah’s age, so turn a blind eye. But the year 2012 brought a big surprise to Salah, the Swiss club decided to contract with Basel, it was his first professional experience in the European continent.
Salah spent two very successful seasons with Basel. In the first season, he managed to qualify for the semi-finals of the Europa League, but he was unable to reach the final. However, Mohammed Salah starred during the tournament, scoring two valuable goals against Tottenham and Chelsea. At the local level, Salah managed to win the league championship with Basel, and finished a cup competition after losing the final.
The following season, Mohammed Salah continued his brilliance with Basel and participated in the Champions League, where he made a remarkable performance scoring a valuable goal for his team in the game that gathered in Chelsea English. However, Basel have yet to win any title this season. This was one of the reasons why Salah thought of the offers of other clubs, which came on him, the most important offers were Chelsea and Liverpool English. He finally decided to move to Chelsea for the 2013-2014 season.
Salah’s time with Chelsea was not very good. The club has a great number of players, so it was natural for Salah to have a tough competition for a place in the squad.
It was his first formal appearance in the colors of the Chelsea shirt in his team’s match against Newcastle United. However, his first goal was in his side’s game against Arsenal, which ended six goals for nothing. In general, this season did not satisfy Salah’s ambition and his supporters. He played only 11 games, scoring two goals.
Salah’s position in the second season was no better than his predecessor, with only eight games in which he failed to score. Due to his lack of matches with Chelsea, he decided to move on loan to Fiorentina in a deal that included the transfer of Colombian Juan Cordado to Chelsea. During the time spent by Salah with Fiorentina, he participated in 26 games, scoring 9 goals. During the period, he played a strong performance, despite the difficulties of the Italian league, especially in terms of physical play. However, Salah proved to be highly adaptable and brilliantly starred in many matches, most famously for Juventus ,And of course it was natural to be the focal point of interest to other clubs, the club has succeeded in winning his services to move to the ranks of 2015/2016. Salah completed his career in Italy, and was a crucial element in the attacking line at the Roma side, and became one of the indispensable elements of the squad. During his two seasons with Roma, he played 83 games in all competitions, scoring 33 goals. During the 2016/2017 season he was named the best player in the Italian league.
In the history of Mohamed Salah, he moved to Liverpool for 42 million euros, returning to the oldest league in the world. Salah soon made the deal with Liverpool, with his right-wing position, and led the team to shine in the Champions League and the Premier League with many goals. And the top scorer of the English Premier League during the first leg. If he keeps up, he is likely to win the trophy at the end of the season, to be a historic achievement in every sense of a word.
the level of the Egyptian national team, Mohammed Salah is included in his various Sunni groups and participated in many competitions. Scoring in third place in the 2011 African Youth Championship and second in the 2017 African Nations Cup. However, the biggest achievement was his leadership to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, which Egypt has been out of since the first round.
Mohammed Salah Personal Life
In 2013, Mohammad Salah married his childhood friend Maggie Mohammed, and had a daughter named Mecca. His familial commitment is known for his family and his parents’ righteousness. He is also famous for his love for charity, the payment of funds for a large number of charitable projects and the support of old players whose financial situation has worsened.
He also participated in awareness campaigns to alert to the high risks of drug abuse.
Quick facts about Mohamed Salah
- Won the African Player of the Year award for 2012.
- He won the season award for Roma in the 2015/2016 season.
- He became the first Egyptian player to win the best player award of the month during the English Premier League.
- He was named in the 2017 African Nations Cup.
- He won the BBC’s 2017 African Player of the Year award.