Elmohamady: The new faces will help us stay up
Egyptian International Ahmed Elmohamady believes that Hull City’s new signings will refresh the club’s hopes in their fight against relegation.
Elmohamady, who is currently representing the Pharaohs in African Cup of Nations in Gabon, has reflected on “The Tigers” January transfer window, admitting his disappointment to see the departure of the club’s two best players.
“I see a few faces have gone, like Snodgrass and Livermore. It is disappointing for us because they are two of our best players and played too many games in the last two years,” the 29 year-old right back spoke to The Guardian.
However the former Sunderland player believes that the new player brought to the club in the transfer window can renew their hopes to stay in the Premier League.
“I don’t know how it will affect us but we’ve bought some new players too so hopefully we can settle in quickly and they can help us stay up,” Elmohamady reveled.
“Now we have a new manager and we hope he can help us stay in the league, which is the main thing now. I’ve heard about different tactics and a new attacking system since he came in, so I hope we’ll get results,” Elmohamady concluded.
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