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Update on Mohamed Salah’s Clash with Ramos


Over in the UK the Champions League Final has just been playing off, however just 30 minutes into that match saw Mohamed Salah coming off the pitch with what could turn out to be a devastating shoulder injury.

Fans could see the sheer agony in his face as he made his exit from the field, which was caused with a tussle with the Captain of Real Madrid that being of course Ramos.

Being the player he is though Ramos has sent his well wishes to Salah, and hopes he makes something of a rapid recovery from that injury, for if he doesn’t then his dreams of playing in the World Cup Group Stages will be well and truly over.

That is sadly one of the risks of the World Cup being held not long after the soccer season ends, as there are still matches to be played in May, and with some bad luck on the pitch any player playing for any country could sustain an injury that could remove their chances of playing for their home nation!

Whilst Ramos did not get punished for the incident, many spectators have been voicing their opinions on Twitter and other Social Media platforms saying he should have been, however that is also the nature of soccer, accidents can and will always happen.

It is Egypt that Salah has been lined up to play for over in Russia and fans of Egypt will also be hoping all is well and he does make a speedy recovery.

Full Egyptian Squad Named

The 29-man provisional squad has just been named for the World Cup 2018 Group Stages and beyond and let us hope and prey that Salah does recover from that injury and gets to play in at some of their matches, for the team may be lost without him.

The Egyptian Goalkeepers: include Essam El-Hadary who plays for Al Taawoun, Mohamed El-Shennawy and Sherif Ekramy who play for Al Ahly, and Mohamed Awad who plays for Ismaily).

The Defenders are Ahmed Fathi, Saad Samir and Ayman Ashraf who play for Al Ahly, Mahmoud Hamdy who plays for Zamalek, Mohamed Abdel-Shafy who plays for Al Fath along with Ahmed Hegazi and Ali Gabr who both play for West Brom, Ahmed Elmohamady the Aston Villa player, Karim Hafez of RC Lensgfame, Omar Gaber the player for LAFC and Amro Tarek who plays for Orlando City.

The Midfielders are Tarek Hamed and  Mahmoud Abdel Aziz players for Zamale), Shikabala who plays for Al Raed, Abdallah Said a player from the KuPS team, Sam Morsy who plays for Wigan, Mohamed Elneny of Arsenal fame, Kahraba  who plays for Ittihad, Ramadan Sobhi currently a Stoke City) player Mahmoud “Trezeguet” Hassan  who plays for Kasimpasa and Amr Warda a player in the Atromitos team.

The Egypt teams Forwards are Marwan Mohsen who plays for Al Ahly, Ahmed Gomaa who plays for Al Masry) and Ahmed “Koka” Mahgoub a play from SC Braga and the now injured Mohamed Salah of Liverpool fame.

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