Mo Salah Claims He'll Be Ready For Uruguay Game

Aubrey Yates
June 9, 2018

It was part of a massive global backlash against Ramos, as Salah could miss all of the Egypt's group stage contests, and will certainly miss some of the action, due to shoulder ligament damage suffered during the incident.

Despite that Liverpool's physiotherapist Rubén Pons claimed the 25-year-old player told him that he holds no bitterness towards Ramos, Salah assured that he received a message from Ramos, "but I never told him it was okay".

Asked if he could have played on if he had an injection, Salah replied: 'My comment is that it's always okay when the one who made you cry first, then makes you laugh.

Belgium and Egypt face off in a pre-World Cup friendly on Wednesday in Brussels.

"I spoke with Salah after the Champions League final and sent him a message". He is expected to return to action during the group stage in Russian Federation after suffering the injury during Liverpool's Champions League final loss to Real Madrid.

Salah admits that he doesn't know if he'll play June 15 against Uruguay when Egypt's 2018 World Cup opens.

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"The Israelis tried to use Messi and those stars from Argentina, and I would like to thank them and appreciate their decision", Palestinian Football Association President Jibril Rajoub told a news conference in the West Bank city of Ramallah.

"It's the first time in 28 years that we qualified". "I came off at half-time because I took a knock to my knee, but there's nothing to worry about, it will be better tomorrow", he said.

The Pharaohs will carry out their final training session in Egypt on Saturday night in Cairo before they travel to Russian Federation on Sunday. And it was something we all said: 'wow, we have to do it, we have to do it'.

"And it was something we all said: 'Wow, we have to do it, we have to do it.' We had not achieved it for a long time and it was something very special - maybe like winning the World Cup for Spain".

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