Worldwide Arab Footballers

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Historical Achievements and Current States

There is talent everywhere around the world and the Arabic region is no exception. Football also known as soccer is a game which brings 11 players together and not just anyone but 11 talented players who despite different backgrounds, can work together to achieve the same goal – winning the game for the team.
Not to mention, there has been talent among the Arabic Football history too – Noureddine Naybet, Rabah Madjer and Mohamed Salah just to name a few.

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Born in Casablanca, a retired Moroccan defender. He has spent most of his 17 years as a professional footballer with Spain’s Deportivo de La Coruna. 
In those days, he managed to participate in significant number of football matches, 284 in all and landing himself in four major titles which includes La Liga in the year 2000, Copa del Rey and the Super Cup.
Although not winning the European Champions League, he managed to push through to the semi-final.[/tab][tab title =”Rabah Madjer”]A former Algerian striker who hits the peak of his career as a Porto player in the 1980’s. He won nine major titles during his time with the club (Porto) which also includes the three national championships and the 1987 European Cup to top it off.
He also helped his national team to get to its first ever World Cup participation in the 1982 and the second one in 1986. He takes up coaching upon retirement and held the records of Arab top scorers in the Champions League for three decades with 11 goals.
That record has finally been broken by a rising star.[/tab][tab title =”Mohamed Salah”]The Rising Star from Egypt, signed with a club record fee of £36.9 million – Mohamed Salah plays as current forward for the Liverpool club.
He has set multiple new records due to his extraordinary performance. In his first season playing with Liverpool, he broke the club’s long-standing Premier League record by scoring 15 goals in his first 15 games with Liverpool. Salah has been breaking every single achievements that Madjer has set in the past setting an even higher benchmark.
For instance, Salah currently crowned the “Egyptian King” has snatched a number of awards after his debut as listed below.
He has also won himself the title of the Premier League’s best ever goalscorer when he managed a new high with a amazing 32 goals in a 38-game campaign.[/tab][/tabs]

So what is left now is to rewrite the history, replacing Madjers name with his own, also making himself the one to carry the whole team to the Champions League final and win the trophy. As for now despite the number of goals surpasses that of Madjer he has only managed to help the REDS to take the fourth place in the Champions League. Looking forward to the day that Salah makes history and it seems like it is imminent due to his high spirit.

Awards and Achievements

These are the awards and achievements of Salah as of today just to name a few:

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  • SAFP Golden Player Award
  • Premier League Player of the Month
  • PFA Players’ Player of the Year
  • Football Writers’ Player of the Year
  • PFA Fans’ Player of the Year
  • 2017-18 PFA Team of the Year
  • CAF Most Promising African Talent of the Year
  • CAF African Footballer of the Year

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  • BBC African Footballer of the Year
  • CAF Team of the Year
  • African Cup of Nations Team of the Tournament
  • A.S. Roma Player of the Season 2015-16
  • Globe Soccer Best Arab Player of the Year 2016
  • 2017-18 FWA Footballer of the Year
  • Premier League Golden Boot 2017-18

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