Achievements of Mohamed Salah Mohamed Salah started his career with the
Contractors Club in 2010, where he joined the
ranks of the junior team. However, his great talent
and remarkable performance led the first team coach
to participate in one of the Egyptian league matches
against Mansoura in 2010. In the following season,
Mohamed Salah became a key player in the first team,
and attracted the attention of followers, critics and
the eyes of other clubs scouts. Zamalek tried to sign
him, however, they considered the cost of the deal
very large compared to Omar Salah, so they turned
a blind eye to it. But in 2012, it was a big surprise for
Salah. The Swiss Basel club decided to sign him,
and that was his first professional experience in the
EuroSalah spent two very successful seasons with the
Basel team; In the first season, he managed with his
team to qualify for the semi-finals of the European
League, but he was unable to reach the final match.
Nevertheless, Mohamed Salah starred during the
championship rounds, making two valuable goals
against the English teams Tottenham and Chelsea.
At the local level, Salah managed to win the League
title with Basel, and he finished in the Cup competition
after losing the final match.
The following season, Mohamed Salah continued his brilliance with the Basel team,
and participated in the Champions League, where he performed remarkably,
scoring a valuable goal for his team in the match that brought him to Chelsea,
England. However, Basel was unable to achieve any title this season.
This was one of the reasons that Salah thought about the offers of other clubs that fell upon him,
the most important of which were the offers of Chelsea and Liverpool English. Finally,
he decided to move to the Chelsea team to play in his ranks, starting in the 2013/2014 season.
Salah's tenure with Chelsea was not very successful, as the club has a large number
of distinguished players in its ranks, so it was natural for Salah to compete intensively to
reserve a place in the squad.
He made his official debut in Chelsea shirt colors in his team's match with Newcastle United.
However, his first goal was in his team's match with Arsenal, which ended with six goals for
nothing. Generally this season could not satisfy the aspiration of Salah and his supporters,
he participated in only 11 games, during which he scored two goals.
In the second season, Salah was no better off than his predecessor, and he only participated
in 8 games during which he failed to score any goal. Due to the few matches he played with
Chelsea, he decided to transfer on loan to Italian club Fiorentina in a deal that included the
transfer of Colombian player Juan Cordado to Chelsea. During the period Salah spent with
Fiorentina, he participated in 26 games scoring 9 goals. During that period, he performed
strongly, despite the difficulties involved in Serie A, especially in terms of violent physical play.
However, Salah has demonstrated a high adaptability, and has starred in many matches,
the most famous of which he fought against Juventus, the league champion.
Of course, it was natural for his brilliance to be the focus of attention of other clubs,
so Roma succeeded in winning his services to move to the ranks of the 2015/2016 season.
Salah continued his brilliant career in the Italian stadiums, as he was a decisive element in the
offensive line of the Roma team, and he became one of the main elements of the squad that
can never be dispensed with. During his two seasons with Roma, he played 83 games in all
competitions, scoring 33 goals. During the 2016/2017 season, he was named the best player
in the Italian league competition.
The year 2017 was a pivotal stop in the history of Mohamed Salah, as he moved to the ranks
of Liverpool for 42 million euros, thus returning to the most prestigious league competitions in
the world. Soon Salah announced the success of this deal with his terrible brilliance with
Liverpool, where he occupied the position of the right wing, and led the team to shine in the
Champions League and English Premier League matches by scoring a large number of goals.
The top scorer in the English Premier League is in the first leg. If he maintains his level
of ascending, he is likely to achieve the title of top scorer at the end of the season,
to be a historic achievement in the full sense of the word.
On the level of the Egyptian national team, Mohamed Salah graduated in his various Sunni
classes, and participated in many competitions that the team participated in.
He won with him the third place in the Africa Youth Championship in 2011,
and he also ranked second in the African Nations Championship in 2017. However,
the greatest achievement was in his leadership of the team to qualify for the World Cup to be
held in 2018, which the Egyptian team emerged from its competitions since the first round.