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Liverpool striker, Mohamed Salah affirmed as new captain of the Egyptian National Team


Liverpool striker, Mohamed Salah affirmed as new captain of the Egyptian National Team 

Liverpool striker, Mohamed Salah has been named as the new chief of the Egyptian National team, the EFA declared on Monday. 

The public group captaincy has been an issue for quite a while now, with numerous football fans and intellectuals asking Egypt mentor Hossam El-Badry to hand Salah the armband and move away from the practice of giving the armband to the most senior part in the crew. 

Salah, 28, isn't the most seasoned in the public group yet the Egyptian Football Association uncovered in the articulation that the mentor met with more established parts in the crew who upheld the move. 

"Hossam Al-Badri, the mentor of the national football crew, has chosen to grant the chief's armband to Mohamed Salah," the Egyptian Football Association said in an articulation on Monday. 

"The choice came after the mentor educated the players, who went before Salah in position and who upheld this progression. Al-Badri accepts that the following stage needs dependability in certain issue, including the initiative identification. 

"The specialized and regulatory staff look to organize matters in the coming time frame to accomplish the fantasy of Egyptian enthusiasts of meeting all requirements for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar." 

Salah is presently Egypt's second-most elevated goalscorer. He scored twice against Comoros in the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers a month ago, taking his count to 45 objectives. 

He outperformed Hassan El-Shazly's longstanding record of 43 objectives, with just Hossam Hassan's count of 69 before him.

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