Ahmed Nagy: Proud of Salah, he is a true role model
On Sunday night, Mohamed Salah became the first Egyptian to ever win the PFA award and national team’s goalkeepers coach Nagy had a few thoughts to share on the Pharaoh’s accomplishment.
“We will need three or four episodes to talk about how great he has been towards his hometown and his people.
“He is humble, he knows were he stands and how to always improve and the better he gets on the pitch, the more humble he becomes.
“We are really proud of Salah, he is a true role model for all the young athletes out there. He always says that everyone can achieve his dreams if he worked hard to get them.
“All of the coaching staff were sure Salah was going to win the award,” he added.
Salah has fired 41 goals in all competitions for the Reds and is now one of only three players in Liverpool’s history to exceed the 40 goals margin.
The 25-year-old winger is six goals away from equaling Ian Rush’s historical figure and he has at least five games to reach the milestone.
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