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Salah joins Messi, Agüero, Van Persie and other footballing superstars in Pepsi squad
Mohamed Salah revealed in the 2014 Pepsi squad – a global advertising campaign including Barcelona’s Lionel Messi, Manchester City’s Sergio Agüero and United’s Robin Van Persie, among other footballing superstars.
Pepsi unveiled their 2014 squad of footballing superstars today, combining a wealth of international talent to create an iconic lineup spanning five continents and 17 countries.
The 19 footballers, including Egypt’s Mohamed Salah, are uniting with Pepsi to inspire fans all over the world to “Live For Now” in 2014.
Salah says he’s proud to be representing Egypt and the entire Middle East with Pepsi: “I’m very excited to be a part of the 2014 Pepsi team with all the other great players. Football has become a global and overall language of all sports fans in the Middle East. It makes me very proud to represent Egypt and the entire Middle East.”
The Pepsi Squad: Mohamed Salah (Egypt), Lionel Messi (Argentina), Sergio Aguero (Argentina), Jack Wilshere (England), Robin van Persie (Netherlands), Sergio Ramos (Spain), David Luiz (Brazil), Juan Guillermo Cuadrado (Colombia), Clint Dempsey (USA), Tarik Elyounoussi (Norway), Maynor Figueroa (Honduras), Mario Gomez (Germany), Vincent Kompany (Belgium), Kemar Lawrence (Jamaica), Victor Moses (Nigeria), Peter Osaze Odemwingie (Nigeria), Oribe Peralta (Mexico), Andriy Pyatov (Ukraine) and Gylfi Por Sigurosson (Iceland).