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FIFA criticised over Chechnya team base


Salah wins BBC African Footballer of Year

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Mohamed Salah determined to set example for all of Egypt

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah is flattered by Lionel Messi comparisons as his four goals against Watford put him on top of the Argentinian in the list of the European Golden Shoe contenders.
Craig Burley and Alexis Nunes take a look at the European Golden Shoe race and debate whether Mo Salah will win it over Leo Messi.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley examines this week's Player Power Rankings, which see Mohamed Salah top the list following his stellar showing against Watford.
Georginio Wijnaldum talks to ESPN's Mark Ogden about Liverpool's front three, the team ethic behind their success and who he thinks will win the PFA player of the year.
Steve Nicol explains why Mohamed Salah deserves player-of-the-year accolades over Kevin De Bruyne, despite Manchester City running away with the Premier League.

Liverpool's Egypt international Mohamed Salah wants his exploits in the Premier League to serve as inspiration for his fellow countrymen.

The 25-year-old has been in exquisite form since moving to Anfield from Roma in 2017, netting an astonishing 36 goals across all competitions for his new club.

Salah, who had stints at Fiorentina, Chelsea and FC Basel before his time with the Giallorossi, says that it has been a hard road to get to the upper echelon of world football -- and hopes he can be the...

 By Chris Borg

Transfer Talk: Liverpool set to reject Salah transfer bids from Real, Barca

Clubs are slowly turning their eyes toward the summer window, and Transfer Talk has the updates on all the latest rumours.

Liverpool to stand firm if Barca, Real chase Salah

Mohamed Salah was compared to Lionel Messi after his four-goal salvo against Watford continued a remarkable season, and now the Telegraph reports that Liverpool "will not sell him this summer under any circumstances."

Salah's spectacular form, which has seen him net 36 goals for the Merseysiders so far, has led to speculation...

Egypt detains eight fans after Al-Ahly vs Mounana game

CAIRO -- Egypt has arrested eight people after football fans tore out seats and chanted against the government during a game earlier this month.

The demonstration, which was dispersed by police, happened during a March 6 match in which Egypt's Al-Ahly beat Gabon's CF Mounana 4-0 in Cairo's international stadium. There were no reports of serious injuries in what authorities said was a "riot."

Prosecutors said Monday that the eight are accused of being hard-core football fans known as Ultras, and face...

African nations finalise World Cup warm-up matches

All of Africa's World Cup bound teams have finalised warm-up friendlies for next month, as they seek to get in potentially vital preparation ahead of their trip to Russia in mid-year.

Senegal were the last of the five countries to fix games for the international window between March 19-28, but all now have a decent diet to give themselves a solid test in the last window of opportunity while the players are still at their respective clubs.

Nigeria will go to Poland and then take on Serbia in London...

FIFA scrutinised for allowing Egypt to hold World Cup training in Chechnya

LAFC's Omar Gaber delights in Egyptian national team teammate Mohamed Salah's start with Liverpool and explains what it means to have Egypt qualify for the World Cup.

FIFA's approval of Chechnya as Egypt's training base throughout the World Cup this summer has been scrutinised because of charges of human rights violations by the Russian region's strongman leader.

Grozny, the Chechen capital, was selected by Egypt from a list of 67 options presented to the World Cup finalists, and FIFA has said that it will monitor the suitability of allowing a team to be based in the region.

"FIFA's decision to use Grozny for a World Cup team camp is absolutely shocking and outrageous,"...