Discussion in 'Player Performances' started by Ron1892, Jun 22, 2017.
Unlucky not to have a hat trick yesterday, both him and Mane look like players at their peak
Tested positive for COVID
Mohamed Salah: Liverpool forward tests positive for coronavirus - https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/54935734
Okay I’m just about done with this season
Why the fuck is international football still on?
How long will he be out for?
Hopefully only the Leicester game in PL terms
Nobody in the world is voluntarily getting on planes and traveling around the world unless the reasoning is absolutely imperative.
So far this International break, Croatia, Ireland, Brazil, Egypt, Denmark (8 cases!) have all had positive covid tests - and they are just the ones that I happened to hear about, bloody sure there are more.
Allowing players to leave their country of playing base to go all around the world for what in a lot of cases are totally meaningless friendlies is frankly the height of stupidity.
Awe b o l l o x
Apparently he got it at his brothers wedding so not sure can blame international Footie on this one. Your point is still valid though.
We can’t catch a break .. hopefully he’s not out for to long
Course we can, and more specifically its Gareth Southgates bloody fault!
Thought it was 10 days plus a negative test result .
Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah has tested positive for Covid-19 for a second time, the Egyptian FA have confirmed.
Salah has been self-isolating in Egypt since last Friday after first testing positive for the virus while away on international duty.
A statement from the Egyptian FA confirmed that Salah has tested positive for a second time and will remain in self-isolation in a hotel in El Gouna.
The statement read: "Today, Mohamed Salah, the star of the national team and the English club Liverpool, conducted a new swab to detect the Covid virus, but the result was positive.
"Their case is followed up first by the knowledge of Captain Mohamed Fadl, the member of the five-year committee, head of the team mission returning from Togo and Dr Mohamed Abu Alala, the elected doctor."
The result means Salah will miss Liverpool's Premier League game with Leicester City on Sunday and is also set to sit out their Champions League clash against Atalanta next Wednesday.
Premier League rules state that any player testing positive for Covid-19 must self-isolate for 10 days from the date of a positive test and will then take another test at the end of that period.
That will almost certainly rule him out of his side's game with Brighton on Saturday, 28 November.
Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny had also produced a positive test while away on international duty, but is said to be asymptomatic.
Salah is said to be showing only mild symptoms.
There you go now Babbs, more good news, an extra 2 games off He'll be the fittest he ever was after that prolonged rest.
Frustrating as this is, the most important thing is that he recovers okay, and is back playing for us again, in a couple of games time.
Our top scorer in CL now
Someone needs to beat that, can't have Joe Cole holding any club records.