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Elmohamady speaks about adapting to English culture, life at Hull

Ahmed Elmohamady

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In an exclusive interview with The Sun, Ahmed Elmohamady spoke about how he adapted to English culture and life at Hull City since returning from AFCON duty.

The Egyptian star said everything was difficult when he first came to England. But now after playing in Sunderland, the coldest place in England from his view, everything is much easier.

“When I first came to England it was very difficult – the weather, the language, the food, everything. It’s OK for me now, I have adapted to English life very quickly which is something I really like.”

He added that when he first lived in England he was not used to eating fish and chips or the Indian food but now he likes to eat all these things which helped him in adapting to English culture.

“I love fish and chips. I don’t like heavy stuff but I like fish and chips often, especially at home. I like Indian food as well which here in England is very good.”

Speaking about his time at Hull since returning from the AFCON, Elmohamady said, “I saw lots of changes in personnel, including a new manager, so it was good to work together and see the full ideas and what he wants from us. Hopefully this can help us get some results.”

Hull City’s new manager Marco Silva managed to win 7 points in the Premier League since he started his mission with the Tigers, reaching the EFL Cup semifinal and the FA Cup 4th round.

Hull City is 19th in the Premier League standings with 21 points after their draw today with Burnley F.C.

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