Including Saudi Arabia.. 7 Arab countries ignore Mohamed Salah in the...

Including Saudi Arabia.. 7 Arab countries ignore Mohamed Salah in the...
Including Saudi Arabia.. 7 Arab countries ignore Mohamed Salah in the...

The International Football Association “FIFA” revealed the results of the votes of the coaches of the Arab teams in the competition for the award for the best player in the world, The Best 2021, in which our Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool winger, competed.

Lewandowski won the Best Player award in the world, surpassing Lionel Messi, the star of Paris Saint-Germain, and Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool winger.

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The coaches of 7 Arab teams did not vote for Mohamed Salah in the Beast race, including the coach of Saudi Arabia and Morocco, along with Kuwait and Qatar.

While 14 technical directors from the Arab teams voted for Mohamed Salah, their choices differed between the first, second and third.

Here are the voices of the coaches of the Arab teams that voted for Mohamed Salah

Djamel Belmadi, Algeria coach

First place: Karim Benzema.

Second place: Mohamed Salah.

Third place: N’Golo Kante.

Zeljko Petrovic, coach of the Iraq national team

First place: Robert Lewandowski.

Second place: Kylian Mbappe.

Third place: Mohamed Salah.

Ahmed Ali Qassem, coach of the Yemen national team

First place: Mohamed Salah.

Second place: N’Golo Kante.

Third place: Lionel Messi.

Omar Abdul Karim, coach of the Somali national team

First place: Robert Lewandowski.

Second place: Mohamed Salah.

Third place: Lionel Messi.

Mondher El Kebir, Tunisia national team coach

First place: Mohamed Salah.

Second place: Robert Lewandowski.

Third place: Lionel Messi.

Adnan Hamad, coach of the Jordan national team

First place: Lionel Messi.

Second place: Karim Benzema.

Third place: Mohamed Salah.

Bert van Marwijk, coach of the UAE national team

First place: Karim Benzema.

Second place: Robert Lewandowski.

Third place: Mohamed Salah.

Javier Clemente, Libya coach

First place: Lionel Messi.

Second place: Mohamed Salah.

Third place: N’Golo Kante.

Makram Daboub, coach of the Palestinian national team

First place: Mohamed Salah.

Second place: Robert Lewandowski.

Third place: Kylian Mbappe.

Branko Ivankovic, Oman national team coach

First place: Robert Lewandowski.

Second place: Mohamed Salah.

Third place: Erling Haaland.

Helio Sousa, coach of Bahrain fans

First place: Robert Lewandowski.

Second place: Mohamed Salah.

Third place: Cristiano Ronaldo.

Mohamed Hassan, coach of the Djibouti national team

First place: Mohamed Salah.

Second place: Lionel Messi.

Third place: Karim Benzema.

Amir Abdo, coach of the Comoros national team

First place: Karim Benzema.

Second place: Cristiano Ronaldo.

Third place: Mohamed Salah.

Evan Hashek, Lebanon national team coach

First place: Mohamed Salah.

Second place: Jorginho.

Third place: Robert Lewandowski.

While the Arab countries that did not vote for Salah came as follows

Carlos Gonzalez, coach of the Kuwait national team

First place: Robert Lewandowski.

Second place: Karim Benzema.

Third place: Lionel Messi.

Didier Gomes, coach of the Mauritania national team

First place: Robert Lewandowski.

Second place: Jorginho.

Third place: Karim Benzema.

Felix Sanchez, Qatar national team coach

First place: Kevin De Bruyne.

Second place: Robert Lewandowski.

Third place: Erling Haaland.

Valerio Tetsa, head coach of the Syrian national team

First place: Lionel Messi.

Second place: Robert Lewandowski.

Third place: Kylian Mbappe.

Stefano Kosin, South Sudan coach

First place: Jorginho.

Second place: N’Golo Kante.

Third place: Robert Lewandowski.

Stephen Gilley, assistant coach of the Morocco national team

First place: Robert Lewandowski.

Second place: N’Golo Kante.

Third place: Karim Benzema.

Herve Renard, coach of the Saudi national team

First place: Kylian Mbappe.

Second place: Karim Benzema.

Third place: Robert Lewandowski.

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