Full Biography of Mohamed Salah
Birthday: June 15, 1992
Famous: Football Players Egyptian Men
Also Known As: Mohamed Salah Ghaly
Sun Sign: Gemini
Age: 26 Years
Born In: Gharbia Governorate
Famous As: Footballer
Height: 1.75 M
Father: Salah Ghaly
Who is Mohamed Salah ?
Mohamed Salah is an Egyptian footballer who is a striker for the Egyptian national team and Premier League club “Liverpool”. His career began with the youth team of the Egyptian “El Mokawloon” club. Soon, his transfer took place in the senior team of the “Egyptian Premier League” club in 2010. In 2012 he transferred to the Swiss football club “FC” Basel.
He played an important role in the Basel victory of the 2012-13 Swiss Championships and the 2013 Ullen Cup. In January 2014, he moved to “Chelsea” and became the first Egyptian player to ever play against Chelsea. He subsequently played for “Rome” and “Florence” (on loan) and then signed a new contract with Liverpool in 2017. In 2017, he was named “Mr. African Footballer of the Year” by the BBC and CAF.
Childhood and Early Life
Mohamed Salah was born on June 15, 1992 in Nagrig, Gharbia, Egypt. He is an average middle-class parent. Mohamed’s lack of academic excellence worries his parents. Mohamed tried to find the right balance between academic and football, but he could never improve his academic level. Football has always been a top priority in his childhood and teenage years.
When not playing, he was watching football on TV. There are some Arab players in his early idols. His parents wanted him to be in a regular career, but Salah was completely unaffected by the wishes of his parents and made himself totally addicted to football.
At first, Salah played football just for fun, but when he joined Cairo’s local youth club, El Mokawloon, he began to see football as an important career opportunity. It was far from his hometown and he had to change five buses to reach the college, which further hurt his scholars, but his passion for the game kept him focused.
In May 2010, at the age of 18, he was finally accepted as a member of the club’s senior team. At first, Salah played mainly as a substitute, but as the game improved, he became the team’s regular forward. Around 2012, the “Egyptian Premier League” faced a shutdown and the fate of many players became uncertain.
Occupation and Club
When the “Port Said stadium disaster” threatened the existence of the “Egyptian Premier League”, the Swiss club “Basel” offered him a contract. In April 2012, a four-year contract was signed with Basel. He made his debut in the “UEFA Champions League” in the same year and in the “European League” and scored at many key moments to help his team reach the semi-finals and eventually they lost.
Salah played an important role in Basel’s 2012-13 Swiss Premier League victory and achieved impressive results in the Swiss Cup, where they finished second. At the beginning of next season, Salah was part of the Basel team that won the Uhren Cup.
He played very well against Chelsea in two games in a few weeks, which made the club interested in him. In January 2014, he joined Chelsea.
In February 2014, Salah played Chelsea for the first time in a Premier League match against Newcastle United and scored in March against Arsenal Your first goal. According to reports, Salah could return to Egypt to complete his mandatory military training before the start of the 2014-15 season, but it turned out that Salah met with the Egyptian Prime Minister and was exempted.
In February 2015, Chelsea lent him to the Italian club “Florence”, whose contract is valid until the end of the 2015-16 season. On February 14, he played for the club for the first time, and at the end of the season, Salah stated that he was unwilling to join “Florence”. He is interested in joining another Serie A team ‘A.S. Rome’.
In August 2015, he was seconded to “Rome”. In September 2015, “Florence”, disturbed by Chelsea’s breach of the lawsuit, filed a lawsuit, but later settled and Salah remained in “Rome”.
Salah stood out at the end of the first season of “Rome”, becoming the “Best Player of the Season” and the best scorer of 15 goals. In 2016, Rome’s management reached a permanent agreement with him, which he agreed to. Despite Sarah’s long-term agreement with Rome, Salah could not resist the offer made by Liverpool in 2017.
In June 2017, Salah agreed to a long term contract with Liverpool for 50 million Pound, which was a club record. He, also became Liverpool’s first ever Egyptian player and scored in his debut match against ‘Watford.’ He was named as ‘Player of the Month’ for August by Liverpool fans.
In one of his matches against ‘Watford,’ he scored 4 goals to secure a 5-0 victory for his team. This was his first hat-trick for ‘Liverpool’ and by the end of the season, he emerged as the leading goal-scorer with 36 goals.
He has represented the Egyptian junior teams in U-20 and U-23 teams in 11 games, including the 2011 ‘FIFA U-20 World Cup’ and 2012 ‘Summer Olympics.’ He eventually became a part of the Egyptian national team and played with the team in the 2014 ‘World Cup’ qualifiers, where he scored in almost all games to get his team to the final stages.
Mohamed Salah childhood biography, life story and net worth-personal life
Mohamed Salah is a devout Muslim and he shows enthusiasm for every goal he scores. His fans reiterated that if Salah keeps scoring, they will convert to Islam!
Salah married Maggi in 2012, and the couple have a daughter, Makka. The little girl was born in London and was once known as the Muslim holy city of Mecca.
Mohamed Salah Awards
Salah with the UEFA Super Cup trophy in 2019.
Swiss Super League: 2012–13, 2013–14
UEFA Champions League: 2018–19; runner-up: 2017–18
UEFA Super Cup: 2019
FIFA Club World Cup: 2019
African U-20 Championship third place: 2011
CAF U-23 Championship third place: 2011
Africa Cup of Nations runner-up: 2017
Mohamed Salah on Social Media
Mohamed Salah is active on social media. He has a lot of followers on social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. He has more than 6.78 million followers on Twitter.
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