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Jurgen Klopp reveals he spoke with Salah on Egyptian FA rift

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Liverpool boss has uncovered about a discussion that took place between him and star regarding the latter’s recent fall-out with the .

A conflict between Salah and the Egyptian FA has risen to the surface after the player showed his dejection for being ignored by the domestic federation, unleashing a tweet to express his anger on social media.

By their turn, the EFA released a statement criticizing the player and his agent’s aggressive tone in their communications with the federations, while also claiming that their requests are illogical, the thing that led the 2017/2018 Premier League Player of the Year respond by releasing three filmed clips on Facebook explaining his requests, stressing that he wasn’t asking about something for himself but for the entire Egypt squad.

“I cannot say too much, it really is something between the player and the FA. I spoke to Mo of course about that, but it’s not up to me to intervene or say something about that. They will solve that, I’m pretty sure,” Klopp said.

“It’s not about me, it’s really between Mo and the FA. That’s all I can say about that. They all have doubts, and as long as they don’t talk about us, everything is allowed! Maybe not everything, but a lot!”

Editor & Social Media contributor for KingFut.com. Passionate football fan and a massive AC Milan fan in particular. Marketing graduate

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Hamdy Bahig

    September 1, 2018 at 6:50 PM

    Go ahead Mo!!!! EFA members are simply losers. You have to retire playing for losers

  2. Zainab

    September 1, 2018 at 7:54 PM

    Dear Mr Klogg, I understand that you don’t wish to interfere between MO and the FA, but I just would like to hight light some facts to you and to every one else who admires Mohammed Salah. Or Mo as you call him. I can tell youfor fact that FA has been treating Mo very extremely badly and some of them used very bad and harsh language with him despite the fact the Mo himself has been very humbled and polite as he used to be. Believe me, the Majority of Egyptian peopl from all ages and classes are totally supporting and loving Mo from the bottom of their hearts.

  3. A.nagy

    September 1, 2018 at 9:13 PM

    Go ahead MO. We all know that you’re right. But don’t forget your natural team EGYPT

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