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New issue of Dalida magazine celebrates World Cup and Mohamed Salah

The issue features interviews, stats, profiles and articles on the history of the tournament

Marwa Fouda, Saturday 30 Jun 2018
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The fourth issue of Egyptian magazine Dalida, published by Dalida Media, released this month, is called "Out of Love of Soccer" and is devoted to the World Cup.

The issue includes full coverage of the World Cup, including profiles of all 32 teams, match schedules, interviews with the coaches of the four Arab countries participating this World Cup: Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco and Saudi Arabia, and Senegal and Nigeria.

The popular magazine often covers issues in depth, including cultural and historical topics.

This issue contains articles about the history of the World Cup, including the history of the cup itself and a review of the greatest matches in World Cup history, as well stories on the posters and even the different balls used throughout the tournaments.

This issue devotes a whole section to the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool wunderkind who led Egypt to their first World Cup in 28 years.

The Pharoahs have been eliminated in the group stage.


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