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Hossam Ghaly: Salah and Elneny are pride of Egypt
The 34-year old midfielder said that Salah and Elneny’s moves abroad are an honor to Egyptian football as they play for two of the biggest clubs in the world.
Ghaly asserted that their moves are a great honor for Egypt as it reflects Egyptian football to the world as well as directing them to Egypt and its sensational football talents that it produces.