Al-Badri explains the scenes of awarding the leadership badge to Salah


Hossam Al-Badri, the coach of the first national team, revealed the scenes of Liverpool’s Liverpool player, Mohamed Salah, who won the captaincy during his participation in the Comoros match in the African Nations qualifiers.

The Egyptian national team hosted its Comoros counterpart at the Cairo Stadium in the last round of the qualifying rounds for the Alcan finals, and Salah won the captaincy after Amr Al-Soleyas exit, despite the presence of Mohamed Al-Nini on the field.

During radio statements for the program “With Schubert” broadcast on Radio “On Sport”, Al-Badri said: “I did not interfere in the matter, the spirit of the players was part of what happened.”

He added, “After the exit of Al-Suliya, the decision was made by the players to award the badge to Salah. I think Al-Nini and Salah are equal in seniority.”

He continued, “It was very good among the players, and there was a categorical response to what was raised recently about the badge crisis.”

It is worth noting that the rankings of the national team leaders ’badge are as follows – in the absence of Abdullah Al-Saeed and Ahmed Fathy-: Amr Al-Sulaia, Ahmed Hegazy, Mohamed Al-Nani, Mohamed Salah, then Omar Jaber, Tariq Hamid, Mahmoud Hassan Trezeguet, Ali Jaber, Ayman Ashraf and goalkeeper Muhammad Al-Shennawi in the rank tenth.


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