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Egypt's Mohamed Salah awaits PFA Awards announcement

The young Pharaoh is rejoicing in the best season ever played by an Egyptian abroad, having scored 41 goals, with 31 in the Premier League

Ahram Online , Sunday 22 Apr 2018
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The 2017-18 Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) Player of the Year Awards ceremony will be held Sunday, with Egyptian football star Mohamed Salah named in the shortlist.

The 25-year-old winger was shortlisted against Manchester City's Kevin de Bruyne, Leroy Sane and David Silva, Manchester United's David de Gea, and Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur.

"In my opinion, I deserve it," Salah was quoted as saying on ESPN on Friday, adding: "De Bruyne deserves it. Silva also had a great season and he deserves it. De Gea deserves it. And Harry Kane had a great season. He deserves it."

"All of us try to help our team to get the points and be in a better position. Everyone deserves it," the Egyptian record-breaking winger said.

The young Pharaoh is rejoicing in the best season ever played by an Egyptian abroad, having scored 41 goals, with 31 in the Premier League.

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