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"mohamed salah" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

06:59 min | 2 weeks ago

"mohamed salah" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Fc studios. For today's edition of the show alongside moreno on sebastian salazar. Great to be with you. We've got julian the ron and john. Feur talk waiting in the wings. We also have much to discuss. I don't know if you heard yesterday. Scotland are a major turn. Really yes for the house craig. Burley play. We will hear from craig and derek. Rae as they continue the scottish celebrations. But we start the show with much more serious news livable. Superstar most salah has tested positive for covid nineteen while on international duty with the egyptian national team. Here we see a list of some of the games that he could miss. Obviously the world cup qualifiers a great concern for egypt. As for liverpool massive game november twenty second against leicester city in the premier league and then three days after that mid week against the lanta alley. This has been a bad international break for liberal win. It only seems to be getting worse. But what are you gonna do. And i think this is where the criticism of people just kind of getting all worked up and saying why are we having international break. We're playing with our national teens. What's going on well. Okay if you're gonna make that argument because of you concerns of covid nineteen and what the reprecussions could be in this case mohammed saleh last month it was cristiano ronaldo so on and so forth. Well you can also make the argument. Why are we blaming. Champions league does that not involve international. Travel does that not involve going to fed embarrassed in hungary and going to alone and so on and so forth and you can continue to go down that path so my point essentially is if indeed we are truly concerned about covid nineteen and it's not just because we wanna pick on international soccer if we just wanna talk about the health and safety protocols of the players then where do we stop. Why do we play champions league. Why do we play. Gopal your tolerance. Why do we play copa. America and europa league all right. Where do we draw the line. And that to me is essentially saying look. People care more about their domestic leaks. In this case liverpool fans care about mohammadzadeh do went to fans care about cristiano ronaldo and they couldn't care less about what's going on in international soccer and to that point i will say to you well chrissy because we are concerned about health. Then let's not stop international soccer. Let's go down the line and say okay. This is not good either that that's international travel. That's traveled over there. That's putting the players in payroll over there too and at risk over there too so to me is just a whole lot of nonsense. Either we play and we know that this is a risk or we don't play and everybody stays home and now that the solution is that where we want to go to. You know their risk involved in this whether you play champions league whether you're play with international team whether you travel or not travel this situation it's not under control anywhere because if it wasn't their control everything would be open and everybody would be at the stadium fair point. Look a lot of people are upset about this. Joe is one of the first people that popped into my mind other than salah. Obviously his family is your klopp. Klopp has been adamant. He's been screaming. He screamed at a reporter in a pre-match interview about the fixture lists and then just before this he's complained about international football gills and the point that he's making his the club's feel like they're completely alone. He's going to be fuming. Isn't he fuming. Although addie makes a great point about being a player's travelers where with club and can also be positive with covid nineteen. We saw many times as well outside of the international break and the national team. Bob so i don't think the two should be link however where club had a very vice started point. Why very congested season with so many pictures club level and domestically and in europe. Why do we play so much. International for board international. Bryce and of course the rations and fan uefa have have other points to put forwards. But you're right you know you do wonder why the nations league on hasn't been shortened five on let's games played. Why do sit out the friendly's that we have wednesday night adding another game into goes international breaks. There's millions of questions are left with no answers right now which is a real shame and certainly the wider picture is to the detriment off players whether it's could nineteen injury. Short injuries like some arnold staying with liverpool suffered against my longer injuries like the version. Vandyke wanna the. Joe gomez one liverpool as. Well it's to the detriment of players yang. You played for norway. You represented your country in the world cup. I know you have a lot of love for international football right now though is international football worth it. I think it's worth it. But i think there are some unnecessary games. That shouldn't be done. We should do the qualification as bono. Where we have to play israel wednesday. That game was was taken away rightly so because that was about the third place in a nation night nationally. That doesn't have to have to happen and it didn't happen. And i like that but i think that we should. Football love us. We should mind a snuck talking about copy. Nineteen as a football problem. Covid nineteen is a society problem on if you get to travel if you get him to travel to egypt bill to norway israel france whatever the racer risk and i i agree. We have to decide what we're going to do. I mean that could happen. If you you travel from manchester shrew spray in england for a league cup game that could happen and i think that we have to put it in a right perspective here. Should we say that's hoople should stop unit covid nineteen. I think it's very important that these dark time because it's dark dark and people has not a lot to look forward to. We can't go to a football game or we can't see our grandmothers grandfathers. I think an untimely these very important. And i i. I've been staying home. No although i went to rome and amsterdam coming back. Current time guaranteed in norway. And i must say that. I'm also proud health food as treated covid nineteen. I saw lots to your door. Fantastic arrangement and i felt very very safe as i did. I xe against liverpool so on the other hand yes we got some positive tests for someplace on the other hand. I think football also has basis have done these very very good jewels. The contemporaries the players that you talked to on the record off the record. Are you hearing from people who have maybe a similar mindset to what we heard from tony cruz. Who feels like he's being used as a puppet by uefa or do you hear from players kind of what we're hearing from the guys on this panel the defense and what we hear from shock on yesterday's show that fence of the value of international football spook robinson str- after the deliver pre game and obviously for scotland. It was a very different international break because there was so much..

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"mohamed salah" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

06:50 min | 2 months ago

"mohamed salah" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Harrison school he looks he looks so prepared to play at this level what and that was the question I had gone into this. You know we've SEEN HIM IN MLS Technically. Brilliant. We've seen him in the championship working while in a in a you know a really really good leads team but I mean until you until you do it in the primarily what a way to do that I torch Andrew Skip by Gomez, the way he did. That was a brilliant goal because that was not an easy ball to control from Phillips as good as good as the ball was right no, it really was and I think. I think the weird thing about this game from Liverpool's perspective is that you just Kinda you just Kinda saw some things from that. You're not really accustomed to seeing like the was it leads second goal Virgil. Van Dyke, it was at. And where he'd sort of I, don't know it just kind of an awkward clearance attempt and I'm not saying it's an it's easy for anybody but you're just kind of used to him being able to make difficult things look easy i. know it was kind of over shoulder it was a long ball tough judge but. You're just you're just used to seeing him do better. Yeah. GimMe Caraher described. It was It was the Earl of your chair Lord Patrick Bamford that scored. And in in the wake of that Kyra, her described the defending his argument. Yeah I mean it's it's meeting what the Liverpool just were not ready to take this team meaninglessly as they probably should have meaning that Van Dyke should have been more How shall we say less trying to be less clever in what? I don't know what he was trying to do I thought it was an easy enough wanted to deal with for a player like him and he just he just messed it up I think Kyra. Her almost suggests that he was trying to be clever about he should have put his foot through it in some way and just you know being more industrial in his clearance, but I mean, look leads also took what was it Three three shots on target three goals, which is right right which is brilliant. But also unsustainable unsustainable also to be fair to leads. The the what a debut for what a baptism of fire for Koch, the defender for leads the WHO they've bought from Freiburg like that really wasn't a penalty by the letter of the law we've got Var being the ball hop soap off his knee, and then hits his arm. That's an easy one for VR to get right. But then equally Liverpool I think could have scored more Brin game. How good was Mohamed Salah? He was amazing and I don't usually. Guys who score on penalties like I don't usually think much of them even though they're saved at a decent rate I, always expect guys to score but I will say the first penalty that he took can a penalty be taken with more confidence the nat emphatic absolutely. INFIGHTIC. I've a blistering stat that I can't wait to to tell you from Daniel Story who was writing on football three, six, five Andrew since he joined. Liverpool June twenty seventeen Saleh now has eleven more goals than any player. He's been so consistently good. he really has and it's it goes back to that whole thing that we always talk about us to like sometimes he's taken for granted Because he's been able to do it. So consistently So when screws up your surprised by it, but I saw a status, well, jj about a Mosala has zero point six, four goals per game in the permanently a few players with lower. Per Game Averages. Alan. Shearer in right Robin van Percy. Jamie Vardi Michael Owen Rooney. Drogba only Kane on Rian Esguerra at zero point six eight have a higher average I. Mean it's unbelievable and and the volley was stunning to and it was I won't say I won't say it was nonchalant kind of was though he you just teed it up and smashed it into the top corner right? It's why you have to forgive him. I think when he does the things that drive Liverpool fans crazy. Sometimes, you know he takes ill ill-advised shot or something it's y you almost have to forgive him for those moments because he's capable because he you know he he shows you at other moments that he's capable. Of scoring those goals. Yeah. So you know for every few of those that he kind of screws up, he is going to get you one that's incredible So yeah, he was he was excellent I? Thought the penalty the end was legit. It was the whole combination that game was just. So Liverpool of these past couple seasons where you just felt like it was going to happen and in the end you know there's nothing to argue about it to me it wasn't debatable and leads in argued no, and when it was stupid though he just dangles the photo, they're hoping to get a flick on the like what are you doing in the penalty box as well? Do nothing rather than do that Yeah, and that was that was crushing moment for leads because they could see the finish line. This is what? This is what Liverpool do. I imagined the way that you as Liverpool. Fan always felt about Ferdie time and you know Sir and those those Manchester Clubs would always seemed to. Like live said, can Manchester United Score? They always score that is how a jet a generation is now growing up believing that that's Liverpool's way of conducting business in the League Yup and and you look at the Games last year against wolves you look at the game away at Aston Villa. That's absolutely true. But I I do think just as it was with Fergie as it is with Klopp fogies teams, you never saw Burgi. Are. You rarely saw Fergie he did do on one occasion famously, but you rarely saw Fergie. Send, his centre-half Panic and start lumping the ball into the box. Same with KLOPP, play the same way. Stay true to your values past the football and Look there were cracks. There was no question that was cracks you on for Liverpool I mean how nobody tracked at clicks run into the box for his his special goal to what a goal that was to I mean leads to fantastic goals in that game. But. Without making any grand proclamations off of one game is it was kind of the perfect day for Liverpool in that you got the win you got the three points at the same time. They learn some valuable lessons i? Think from the first game that okay. Immediately, the reminded we can't take anybody for granted right as you know it's it's always good. When you can learn lessons while also winning at the same time, but I but I think other teams will have learned some licensed to from what leads tried to do. There was one moment in the second half before move on from the game and it was it was indicative the homework that leads at dawn. Look if you're fullbacks going gonNA push a pie. You know there's going to be gaps in behind the two midfielders have a sense of the central midfielders in the midfielder on that side have a lot to do in terms of protecting Liverpool and protecting those centrebacks. There was one off site in the second half and it was a narrow enough. But when the ball was played, it was one of those raking diagonal balls that leads were playing. Getting some success from Andrew..

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"mohamed salah" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"mohamed salah" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Own. Goals plays in just getting hammered off of moonshine and he just brought marauded out of his basement like he bird it and was very proud to show it off and i could not be more willing recipient than i was that night but holy crap atlanta i wanna come back and see i wanna see everything you got yeah. I was in atlanta for three day weekend with our good friend. Brandon remember emma for like a hardcore punk festival <hes> emo bands and i see some of them. I got to see the descendants which i never thought i would do. I saw a lot of awesome bands <hes> <hes> which was really cool but i never got to explore the city which i felt really shitty like i didn't get this taste of food or go ou- we walked through. The city wants to like a mall buffet. They you know they got this year cool. What am i drinking. I'm drinking harpoon. I guess it's like a local. There's the brewery is in boston. I remember applying. There didn't get the job but would have been cool but they have a really cool tiger on this. One is a hoppy floro chris pretty good. Give this a solid seven point five out of ten pretty saw. I don't think you're gonna rate your budweiser. Are you know everybody knows what it is. That's the world we're known budweiser just quality just so much quality all right martin. Let's just let's just rip this band aid off. Let's get into this is what people want to hear they. I want to hear sad kevin arsenal losing three one to liverpool at anfield. You gave your scoreline prediction as three one three two. I think i picked us to lose to but it was going to be a lot closer. Our midfield was just non existent and i just have two words for you. Daven louise what the fuck like. I knew david louise was going to screw us over martin. I didn't think it was gonna be the sued did you do i. I'm just saying that he's probably a secret agent from chelsea's trying to ruin your season also like if he's not that if he's not purposely trying to be so bad then then i can't explain what the hell he was doing. We'll get to the specifics in a sec but like he just grabbed and yanked mosul all back like if there was a referee on the other side of the pitch. I've never seen a player do that before. That's a foul anywhere on the pitch so stupid so i'm going to do this. This is what a talk defender disco pool wrote in the cable champions league achievers league winning defender. Can you believe that oh my god used to be like talented around. It's like one of the <hes> god. I knew. This is going to happen and i actually went to the lear bar here in boston. Which is the big arsenal supporters. <hes> bar here in boston was super packed. Everyone was too. I met a lot of nice people <hes> so shout to the lear bar even when things we're down <hes> they kept their heads relatively high even though i was just like god damn but both those goals by mohamed salah <hes> were because of david louise's please one because of the obvious horrible penalty and then others just horrible marking like where were you nowhere to be seen <hes> but marin prior to those two muhammad salah goes arsenal was looking good like before awesome before the mat to go and i think the forty something minute forty second. I can't remember <hes> <hes> arsenal. We had some good chances like a bomb. Young almost chipped it over. Pepe looked fantastic. He had a one on one with the keeper. Essentially he should have finished that. I mean i but i am kind of set because i think peppy broke virgil van dyke's record for getting dribbled past like he was like fifty dribbles against the no-one instable by him and eddie finally did it an arsenal fans are like praising that it's like dude we still got our shit rocked at anfield like come on now like like like cool all nice but like please don't hold onto that please after i just said it. No one remember that. Why haven't we seen the front three of obama. Yang block is pepe yet why and why why did fricken when i am reset up our midfield which became nonexistent..

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"mohamed salah" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"mohamed salah" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Trying to think of something throw Jewish by day with you this. Whatever. Spine fish rabbit would be delicious. And then. Dark and now the bunnies. Drown. Already dead. What I don't know. Guys, just lost. That them have been frayed. What the money? Bunny lovers, buddy. Love her. Well, what is? I am it's wrong. I think what's wrong with me as you guys done to me over the years. Oh. Turn me into a bunny Sarah charmer. So it looks like the time magazine one hundred most influential people issue is about to be released. They did six different covers. Which I don't do they do this. So you buy the one that you like the personnel in the front or so that people will buy all six and collect them or. So I guess it's Newsweek, that's I always get confused is time still an actual physical. Paper magazine is the one that went to only online, I believe, you're correct. Okay. See magazines at the airport, though. So I used to get so many magazines delivered to my house and every week. I'd go buy all the tabloids. Sit there with my scissors and tape get 'em all taped up. This one for Thursday. Yeah. Exactly. It's crazy every freaking magazine tear out pages and cut things out. I remember I would cut up the newspaper and tape it. Here you go. Here's a story stories. Oh, the internet. I guess in that way, it saves some paper, although we do print a rim of it every day. At least. So let's see Dwayne Johnson. The rock Taylor swift, Sandra. Oh, Gayle king. This is all the that. Are Kelly interviews the best thing that ever happened. Gayle, king soccer sobre, Oprah Oprah too. But Gayle king standing on a room by her calm in the face of the R Kelly storm was Robert it was really good job. Soccer star Mohamed Salah Sala and Nancy Pelosi are the six cover people for time's most influential people swift made the list dead. She had a very quiet year. I'm surprised she really has you know, what they had people do is. Like for the rock. They had gal Godot right apiece about him. And then four Taylor swift. They had Shawn Mendez right of. Here's what he said about her. He did a profile on Taylor swift. He said Taylor makes anyone young anyone feel young again and anyone young field. They can do anything. It's so rare and so special if there's one thing I want to achieve in my career in life. It's that it's he Canadian. Sorry. I am. I think he is. I don't know you might not just making holding me painted him Canadian doing Canadian..

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"mohamed salah" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"mohamed salah" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"I don't have a reason as just do. But this this game started ugly for Newcastle. And a lot of a lot more ugly DeJean law opened up the scoring been levies minute with an absolute fucking laser maybe best centreback in the world who rocket dude. Absolute rocket like is DeJean lover and good. I, you know. Okay. I put out that tweet everyone like sort. It's like tweeting back be like, oh, I don't know. No. He's not. And then we had the honestly don't know how he didn't get punished the ridiculous flop by Mohamed Salah don't get me wrong. It's a law is absolutely brilliant. But that dive was Jesus Christ. That was like a liberal Tra try and fucking support home in. It was just like you don't know when you're traveling at such a high rate of speed it and any touch. Any little touch can offset your balance in us all that shit, and I'll just like minute. Oh, you fucking idiot. No. That was a dives dive that was the Woeckel mortgage rash. Verd- Cristiano Renaldo. Neymar all thrown into one fucking dive right there and same with you. I have no idea how it wasn't punished at all the FAA. I swear to God, man. There are a couple players on each team or in each league for sure that just get in the good graces of FA and don't get punished. God's conspiracy theory Martin. Got players on United. You got coaches just like that. You got players on Venice. If you're a huge name player, you're definitely going to get some more book from the referee. There was this Everton fan posted to pictures videos of their game last week. When it was feel caught and some some other player on Everton. I can't remember we're both taking down in the box and like drag down, and they posted those videos next to salon video, we're just like so these aren't files, but this is cool FA. So I don't think you can deny that FA any governing organization hasn't couple players from the couple teams that they're gonna look in a better light than other players. I don't think that's conspiracy at all. I just think that's playing favorites. Which is you know, just kind of expected into big names in sports. Yeah. I mean, you see that. I mean, you see that if like Granados or MRIs, you know, they'll get the call. They'll get the call because they are the marquee marquee players moving on is shared insecure again scoring so best signing best signing of the season. He's consistently doing. To like, it's fucking insane to me because it really doesn't matter. If he starts on the bench or if he starts the game. He's going to nab goal. He's going to be involved in goal. And this game was known different started daughters goal. And this dude is just consistently lethal in front of the goal. So I think I think I gotta say with confidence now that she is the best signing of the summer surpasses Trudeau, dammit, we, you know, arsenal just needed something, man. And I guess we're not even gonna get that God damage just arsenal y I'll get to them later. And if it'd be Neo an eighty fifth minute beginning four, no Newcastle had an early opportune this game. But honestly Martin when I was watching this also I had to work on Boxing Day. So I literally had like three cabs open trying to do work while skip plates. Checking back over like breaking breaking my neck also listening for anyone behind me close tabs or switch. But what's it called? Yeah. I mean, I barely Newcastle. Have the ball at all. I think Virgil Van Dyke and another clean sheet Virgil Van Dyke again like not appearing on the goal sheet. Even though he had some good opportunities in this game. Definitely. I mean is the reason I think with Allison. But I mean Virgil Van Dyke does so much to ensure so many clean sheets for Liverpool. So not only was it a dominating match. It was just a nice tightly wild game. I think Liverpool really needed to continue this run. I mean, they're still undefeated Martin could they go invincible doubt it, but I mean, or at least in my in my arsenal heart. I really hope they don't. But I don't know six points clear with Tottenham in second seven points. Clear city is is you know. Is is it wrapped up? I mean, we still have twenty games ago. But do you think Liverpool or the favorites?.

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"mohamed salah" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"mohamed salah" Discussed on KCRW

"This is NPR news and this is morning edition on KCRW ahead on morning edition last year. Chicago's police superintendent move to a fire and officer who fatally shot a black teenager. But was overruled by the department's civilian oversight group or a civilian oversight agency to have that power of the many oversight agencies around the country. It's relatively unusual. We'll have more on that story coming up on morning edition here on KCRW. National news affects the whole country today. I'm defending America's national security by placing tariffs on foreign imports of steel and aluminum, it can also affect the places closest to you from big cities to small towns. It's all about protecting jobs, and saving jobs, but we're not even making it here whose job where you saving when we're not doing it here. Listen to all things considered here. The bigger picture every afternoon from NPR news weekdays at four thirty on. KCRW? Time is three thirty. The headlines are next here on KCRW live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly a group of Honduran migrants. Trying to reach the US on foot is now estimated by Mexican authorities at about seven thousand they reach southern Mexico over the weekend on social media yesterday. President Trump repeated his warning that the men women and children won't be allowed into the US. As Maria Martin reports the migrants are prompting political discussion in Honduras summit Honduras are accusing the left wing followers. Former president Mohamed Salah of instigating the migrant March Selena says the caravans are spontaneous movement, spurred by poverty and the repressive political situation under president one Orlando Hernandez who was reelected last December testimony resumes today in Massachusetts in a discrimination lawsuit filed against Harvard University Kirk Hera Pezzo with member station W G B H reports from Boston. The anti affirmative action groups suing Harvard for allegedly discriminating against Asian American. Applicants will call. It's expert witness Richard Columbine, a senior fellow at the century foundation. He thinks Harvard could achieve diversity that considering class instead of race in its secret of admissions process. Former Harvard president drew Faust civil war historian is scheduled to testify on Tuesday race used as a factor in the college. Admissions process has generally been upheld in previous court cases involving other colleges and universities. This is NPR news from Washington..

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"mohamed salah" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mohamed salah" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Up. They are your weather forecast. Temperatures later on low sixties at the coast where there will be partial clearing, sunshine. Elsewhere getting into the mid seventies in the warmest inland. Areas. Tomorrow will be the same and then Wednesday through Friday, we'll have a little bit warmer. Temperatures getting into the mid eighties by the end of the week. Good morning. It's three thirty. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly a group of Honduran migrants. Trying to reach the US on foot is now estimated by Mexican authorities at about seven thousand they reached southern Mexico over the weekend on social media yesterday. President Trump's repeated his warning that the men women and children won't be allowed into the US. As Maria Martin reports the migrants are prompting political discussion in Honduras summit Honduras are accusing the left wing followers of former president Mohamed Salah of instigating the migrant March Selena says the caravans are spontaneous movements, spurred by poverty and the repressive political situation under president one Orlando Hernandez who was reelected last December testimony resumes today in Massachusetts in discrimination lawsuit filed against Harvard University Kirk Pezzo with member station W GBH reports from Boston. The anti affirmative action groups suing Harvard for allegedly discriminating against. Asian American applicants will call. It's expert witness Richard Columbine, a senior fellow at the century foundation. He thinks Harvard could achieve diversity that considering class instead of race in secret of admissions process. Former Harvard president drew Faust to civil war historian is scheduled to testify on Tuesday race used as a factor in the college. Admissions process has generally been upheld in previous court cases involving other colleges and universities. This is NPR news from Washington..

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"mohamed salah" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"mohamed salah" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Eight five five two one two four cbs eight five five two one two four two two seven we'll get by the drama down in san antonio here momentarily abc's got another update what's going on sixteen under par the winning score last june at aaron hills in wisconsin for brooks kept gay was won over at shinnecock this weekend no matter how he got them camp appreciates to us open titles this one's a lot sweeter to go back to back i mean that's i i really can't even put it into words you know you look back in history it's incredible curtis strange in eighty nine the last to win back to mac us open's captain shot a two hundred sixty eight yesterday to stay one shot clear of tommy fleetwood and his final round sixty three kept gut will be a careerhigh fourth in the new world golf rankings sweden and south korea have the honors in russia they start the new world cup day at the top of the hour then belgium panama england and tunisia kick off at two eastern as for sweden south korea now apparently when south korea was training in austria a swedish assisting coche ride to sneak into one of their practices he got turned away in response south korea has had its players switch jerseys for practices so it's harder to id them a little soccer style spy gear i i wouldn't think sweden we need to go to such depths to deal with south korea but what do i know so it during practice they changed their uniforms in order to prevent them from scouting them props so they were they were in austria pretournament training and a swedish coach just said he was like oh i'm in the area i would love to see a soccer practice like was pretend to be a tourist to try and get into the building where they were working out somebody's sniffed it out and denied him but they were spooked so now everybody's wearing somebody else's jersey so if i guess because most of the team plays in asia that the sweet deal visually sweden is not familiar with them so from a distance you might not know that you're wearing number seven but you really number nine make sense i guess cajal see what happens on.

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"mohamed salah" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"mohamed salah" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"In any other international competition i believe that there's a lot of patriotism here that we take pride in what we do you watch the winter olympics in the summer olympics because you want to see the human interest story you want to see americans win you wanna see somebody that put his life's work into snowboarding or into shotput or into wrestling or into skiing you wanna see our own win more than anything else but in soccer it's like well you know i really like like lino messy plays for my team so i want argentina i'm a cristiano rinaldo fan i want portugal i like mohamed salah i'm a liverpool fan so i'm going to root for egypt i don't know if that lasts i don't i don't i don't know a lot of people that bandwagon egypt but we get people in this country that bandwagon spain and italy and england and germany and brazil and mexico and it's i think that that i i really believe that that's it might not seem like it but i do think that that has an effect on on our progress if you don't put if you don't put american soccer i if you don't support the national team i and you don't support our league i how the hell are we going to get any better at this we're going to continue to export our own players their leagues we're going to continue to make it look like our professionally is a joke if we don't take it seriously and we don't we don't make it if you're a soccer fan if you don't make the mls your passion if you don't make the american national team your passion then you know what we deserve to lose we don't deserve it what instead of landon donovan taken a you know a few nichols from wells fargo and saying roof for mexico wells fargo should run a commercial that says hi i'm landon donovan it is an embarrassment that were not at this world cup and you're watching this right now and i want you to get fired up for four years from now when we're back in this thing and we're kicking ass.

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"mohamed salah" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"mohamed salah" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"And the espn app i'm jim basketball following lavish opening ceremony with president vladimir putin in attendance the host country russia won the opening match of the world cup beating saudi arabia five to nothing e moscow on thursday their first world cup win since two thousand two ending a seven game winless run taylor twelve and julie foudy on sportscenter with kevin godley on why that showing matters the score actually changes things here in the group was immensely kevin because when you look at it obviously earned y is favored to win this group but then you look at egypt saudi arabia and russia looking for that second spot if they win to darryl is one thing but when the third goal went in as you look at the standings now all of a sudden that plays a huge factor into that second spot because if egypt does not get a result tomorrow against wide then you look at it and say well wait a minute here there's gonna be two teams potentially at four points or even at three golder from differential excuse me becomes a huge factor and remind everyone russia won their first game in european championships two thousand twelve four one they didn't advance so they're still left it yet a lot left to be played for but that fit fourth and fifth goal massive for russia at home let's go to the next match up there as you mentioned uruguay versus egypt egypt has a big decision now with their superstar starker most salah mosala got gets injured in the champions league final has an outrageously good year at liverpool of course he is the entire hope of egypt getting out of the group seventy one percent of their bowls and qualify for egypt came from mosala and he gets injured and so the big question mark is how fast can he get back and get back in time to play this first game against uruguay i would argue that and knowing how shoulders are very hard to get back from quite a few teammates who you just constantly have these setbacks for shoulders and so i think the big question mark is do they put him in against uruguay wine risk assessment billion i don't think they should is that you need to get the two wins against russia and in saudi arabia and those are the more doable games.

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"mohamed salah" Discussed on X96

X96

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"mohamed salah" Discussed on X96

"Well anyway they say it teaches them confidence while they say all right it's more it's weather traffic well this is a huge problem you guys know this the need to fast during ramadan and the challenge it presents to all the muslim athletes out there you guys you guys have been talking about this we were just talking about it to about five minutes i'll my favorite muslim baseball players have really tough time well so you know mohamed salah when he got injured in the in the champions league game yeah now people are saying and i am hearing that the reason he got injured is he he broke his ramadan fast too soon and that it was like a car on his ramadan fast well so the tunisian team they figured out a way around it they fake injuries at sunset 'cause you can't eat during ramadan he can't eat until the sun goes down that's not fair or one of them will like fake an injury and they will fake it long enough that the muslim players can have like some water and any a couple of dates until they break their fat that sports at sports weather really hot today ninety seven for a high traffic felt like some friends of the program sentence something via text three three nine eight six somebody said uta front runner northbound about a twenty to twenty five minute delay that came in at three three nine eight six we've got a crash southbound highway thirty six in into willa it's village boulevard where that's being affected congestion northbound i fifteen pleasant grove exit utah county milepost two seventy five crash southbound i fifteen eighty fifth south off to the right shoulder crash eastbound i eighty this is one mile east of to willow or couple of issues into all of this morning and looks like that traffic of course it matters and it comes with every new car performance autoplex three stores with ford lincoln honda and toyota performance autoplex.

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"mohamed salah" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"mohamed salah" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Obviously being on the cover of he has said this i'm not i'm not overvaluing the the the the status of sl i mean lebron has said that that basically catapulted him to national prominence and that relationship has probably been in the post op era assize grades relationships with athlete would you agree he's given lee jenkins i was lee jenkins is the guy yes most response and our great colleague cooler bronner's with but the fact is lebron james is arguably the most famous athlete in the world or one of them and he has continued to give in twenty not just obviously a lot of the schools on the web but essentially an magazine a publication that still has a a wellknown magazines given that place access which is incredible to me yeah i would say this i am reminded of this pretty regularly including with our world cup preview issues this week with my experience with mohamed salah the sports illustrated cover still carries a lot of weight totally like muhammed salon did one interview pre world cup with a publication globally and that was with sports illustrated so which he was jinxed of course because he got hurt yeah that's a different story but like the point being like it's something that still has value and there's no equivalent of the sports illustrated magazine cover in digital did you after doing that lebron interview writing your story what be honest here obviously we know how the story turned out but in two thousand and what you think he would become what'd you think he would be guests i mean the people i was speaking to in the nba i have people in that story saying i wouldn't trade there are only three players in the league right now i would not trade to get lebron high as a high school junior.

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Egypt 'optimistic' Mohamed Salah can play in World Cup after shoulder injury

BBC World Service

01:21 min | 2 years ago

Egypt 'optimistic' Mohamed Salah can play in World Cup after shoulder injury

"In that match the other was a wonderful overhead kick the winger has hinted that could be his last action in ari'el madrid shirt he started the match on the bench and is clearly frustrated by lack of playing time i feel needs to be playing every week somebody that i feel like i should be doing and it's not the case here then this summer after really considering sit down and do i'll do that in the summer have plenty of time now to to relax to reflect on things and we'll see where things things go and the egyptian football association does now believe that most sellouts should be fit for the world cup that despite being forced off in the first half of that match with a shoulder injury his national team says he has suffered sprained shoulder ligaments and should be able to play in next month's tournament egyptian journalists marwan off met says his country's hopes arresting on seller rakish player in egypt this theory we haven't reached the world cup for twenty eight years and we're just too close to close for all this all empowered that shot than mum masala has the only player that can make a difference in the national team away from football the nba champions the golden state warriors have kept alive their chances of retaining the title they have beaten the houston rockets one hundred fifteen to eighty six in oakland it's a result of ties.

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"mohamed salah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"mohamed salah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Joan along with them he gets along with so i think that might be i don't get confused global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tech talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg doug and you know who else doesn't get confused dan schwartzman here now with global sports you can talk to me in a bit about the pacers cavaliers what's going on with manu well dog they are back to their winning ways after that stunning loss to west brom on sunday it'll trafford they win to nil overboard myth chris mauling ramleh lukaku scoring for the red devils man you maintaining a four point lead over liverpool for second place in the premier league table elsewhere in europe renaldo scoring at the eighty seven minute mark give real madrid a one all draw for that let bill bilbao while in syria milan ac milan plays torino till one trout roma getting past napoli two to one on an goal the event is in crotone ended a one all draw meanwhile league at one kilian mbappe scoring a brace that leads saint germain to a three one victory over con five manchester city players kevin nevada sergio garo cow walker davits silva nicholas otamendi have been named the pfa premier league team of the year other notables on the team include goal scoring leader mohamed salah of liverpool davi the hey of manchester united and tottenham harry caine six time all star jose batista signed a minor league contract with the atlanta braves which turn into a one year one million dollar deal if batista's added to the forty man roster last season in toronto the thirtysevenyearold hit two three with twenty three home runs and sixty five rbi's local teams in action major league baseball bottom of the ninth white sox and oakland a's all tied up eleven top of the second washington on a ryan zimmerman three run home run lead the new york mets that right now he's three nothing earlier baltimore loses at detroit six to five coming up later tonight san francisco's at arizona boston is at the angels meanwhile it is the playoffs in the.

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"mohamed salah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"mohamed salah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The semis the champions league two two one win over manchester city stadium they take both legs commanding five to one aggregate city manager pep guardiola sent off at this to the stands at the half he was protesting to the referees after leroy set a goal was disallowed the reds getting both goals in the second half the first for mohamed salah the second from roberto femina what a stunning defeat the champions league barcelona knocked out of the quarterfinals eight three nil secondleg lost romance study olympic oh italian side wins four all aggregate but they get it with an away goal in the first leg that was that cam no kostas manolas with a match deciding goal maybe second minutes send roma with first ever champions league semifinal athletico madrid ford fernando torres prefers a move to either the mls sorta china this summer after his contract ends with roy blanco the thirty four year old recently allegedly turned down a fifteen million euro per year deal from dalian fong of the chinese super league buffalo bills pro bowl left guard richie incognito retiring after twelve seasons due to medical issues the thirty four year old tells the buffalo news that stress is a major factor in the decision incognito sat out the entire two thousand fourteen season after being suspended for his involvement in a bullying scandal with the miami dolphins major league baseball scoreboard in boston bottom of the fourth red sox now a five nothing lead over the yankees bottom six toronto and baltimore scoreless top of the six washington still shutting at atlanta that is three nothing bottom of the fifth the red hot mets there leading at the marlins three said nothing coming up later tonight oakland is at the dodgers san francisco's home for arizona's second to last day of the.

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"mohamed salah" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"mohamed salah" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Well their ballot papers in a silent protest some of them even voted for mohamed salah the option footballer who plays for liverpool and who has become a national hero they were not only showing their love for salah but also expressing their alienated from the political system sally nabil in egypt just before we move on the remind you that every week carrie gracie gathers a panel of experts to dissect one of the big stories in the news one issue one hour it's called the real story at you'll find it in all the usual podcast he places still to come in this podcast is it senator or was it something more more significant the organizers of the commonwealth games in australia of appearing to impose sanctions on one of the teams after syringes were found in the athletes village by a cleaner dalits or socalled untouchables faced a long history of attacks and discrimination in india there the bottom of the hindu cost system which dictates almost every aspect of their lives and on monday at least seven dollars were killed while protesting against a court ruling asked south asia editor i'm barris on at rajin to explain the routing from india's supreme court that so angered the dalit community to understand that you have to go back in history to say why the lights are discriminated against because of the hindu cost system which is determined by birth and these elites are outside the constant at the bottom of the cost system and they were all forced to do very menial jobs like cleaning the toilets or taking care of the animals or skinning the dead animals so these kind of jobs have provided and they were living outside the religious now the government of india brought in his special.

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"mohamed salah" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"mohamed salah" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Well their ballot papers in a silent protest some of them even voted for mohamed salah the option footballer who plays for liverpool and who has become a national hero they were not only showing their love for salah but also expressing their alienated from the political system sally nabil in egypt just before we move on the remind you that every week carrie gracie gathers a panel of experts to dissect one of the big stories in the news one issue one hour it's called the real story at you'll find it in all the usual podcast he places still to come in this podcast is it senator or was it something more more significant the organizers of the commonwealth games in australia of appearing to impose sanctions on one of the teams after syringes were found in the athletes village by a cleaner dalits or socalled untouchables faced a long history of attacks and discrimination in india there the bottom of the hindu cost system which dictates almost every aspect of their lives and on monday at least seven dollars were killed while protesting against a court ruling asked south asia editor i'm barris on at rajin to explain the routing from india's supreme court that so angered the dalit community to understand that you have to go back in history to say why the lights are discriminated against because of the hindu cost system which is determined by birth and these elites are outside the constant at the bottom of the cost system and they were all forced to do very menial jobs like cleaning the toilets or taking care of the animals or skinning the dead animals so these kind of jobs have provided and they were living outside the religious now the government of india brought in his special.

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"mohamed salah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"mohamed salah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is bloomberg daybreak asia it's 45 minutes past the hour time for chuck of sports from around the world here's dan schwartzman thanks doug barcelona's been rebuffed in its pursuit of borussia dortmund's us money gamble i as a german club is set at the winger is not for sale as a twenty year old assigned through two thousand twenty one sources report barcelona who many believe will sign big names this offseason was contemplating a ninety million euro offer for aa which would have been the biggest d olympic dislike history chinese super league club shangai sip jeez oscar has been given an eightmatch ban for instigating a brawl in sunday's match against one so our enough posture joined the super league from chelsea in january for an asian transfer record of sixty million euros will be out of action so august has also been hit the forty thousand rb fine liverpool's completed its most expensive transfer in club history as a rights have finalized the signing of mohamed salah from roma a thirty nine million euros to potentially fifty million depending on incentives nfl news as the oakland raiders and quarterback derek hough agreeing to a fi you're hundred twenty five milliondollar contract extension with forty million of it fully guaranteed at signing area mba san antonio spurs a rumored to be shopping lamarcus aldridge in a deal that would that spurs the top ten pig while san antonio and the cavaliers have discussed a trade for forward danny green to cleveland nba draft on going in brooklyn the top three pick sixers like been mark out folts the lakers of the second pick landzo ball a third pick jason tatum from duke order the celtics i'm dan schwartzman that's your bloomberg nbc world sports update the mobile business news twenty four hours a day asked bloombergcom for radio blows mobile he's a bloomberg business.

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