With verses by Ahmed Shawky.. This is how the English Premier League returned Mohamed Salah

The English Premier League, through its accounts on social media platforms, sent a message of congratulations to Egyptian Mohamed Salah on the occasion of his turning 32 years old, using verses from the late poet Ahmed Shawky.

The English Premier League published a painting in which Mohamed Salah appears asleep in front of the gate of the Arab Contractors Club, the only team he played for in Egypt before his professional European journey.

He stood next to Salah, his current version in the Liverpool shirt, holding a golden crown, and around him were the awards for the best player, the English Premier League shield, and the golden boot for the tournament’s top scorer.

The English Premier League account wrote Ahmed Shawqi’s verses, “Demands are not achieved by wishful thinking, but the world is taken in vain,” wishing a happy birthday to Mohamed Salah, nicknamed the Egyptian King by Liverpool fans.

By Editor

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