The Football Association issues a statement regarding the private guards with Salah in front of the…

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06:46 PM

Wednesday 17 November 2021

Books – Muhammad Mustafa:

The Football Association issued a statement regarding the presence of private guards for Mohamed Salah during the events of facing Egypt and Gabon in the sixth and final round of the group stage in the African qualifiers for the World Cup Qatar 2022.

The Federation explained that the presence of private guards for the players of the national team is a business of the Federation and without a request from any of its players, in the interest of the Federation that none of the team members are exposed to any friction, especially in light of the spread of the Corona virus.

The federation statement indicated that Mohamed Salah, the star of the team, received special attention in some situations, in light of what happened during the last Angola and Egypt match, which stopped the match more than once to some fans storming the field during the course of the match to take memorial photos with him as one of the game’s stars at the level The world, in addition to what happened before after the end of the match between Egypt and Comoros.

The Egyptian Federation also confirmed that the arrival of the special guard crew to the field during the last meeting between Egypt and Gabon was an imperative to hold a celebration on the field before the start of the match, which witnessed the presence of many elements from outside the circle of those involved in the match.

The statement concluded: “The Football Association affirms its keenness to impose order in the football stadiums. At the same time, it takes into account the nature of the criticism leveled in this regard and also rejects any increase on the part of those responsible for carrying out this task.”

The Egyptian team defeated Gabon, with two goals to one, after securing the top of the group and qualifying for the decisive stage of the World Cup qualifiers.



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