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Liverpool coach makes final decision on Salah’s Olympic participation


Network sources said Talk Sport British Today, Wednesday, July 3, reported that the Dutch coach of Liverpool, Arne Slot, has decided on Salah’s participation in the Summer Olympics scheduled to be held in the French capital, Paris, this year, 2024.

There have been conflicting reports about Salah’s participation in the Olympics recently, but coach Slot has already decided the matter.

The draw placed the Egyptian national team in the football competitions at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, in Group Three, alongside the teams of Spain, Uzbekistan and the Dominican Republic, and the competitions are expected to start in late July.

Local football fans are waiting for the news of Salah’s call-up to the Egyptian national team roster for the Paris Olympics, to boost the chances of the Pharaohs’ Brazilian coach, Rogerio Micale, to reach the second round, due to the Liverpool star’s distinguished experience and abilities.

Salah’s Olympic participation ‘decided’

Talk Sport confirmed that coach Slot categorically refused Salah’s participation in the Olympics with the Egyptian national team, and instead, the left-footed player will join the preparatory tour for the new season with his teammates in the Liverpool camp.

Not only Salah, but coach Slot also rejected the participation of Japanese Wataru Endo and Spanish Stefan Bajcetic in the Olympics.

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Liverpool’s preparatory tour in the United States will begin at the end of July, and Salah’s teammates are expected to play two heavyweight matches against Arsenal on August 1, and against Manchester United on August 4.

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It begins Liverpool His new season with manager Slot begins on Saturday 17 August, when he plays away to newly promoted Ipswich Town at Portman Road, then hosts rivals Brentford at Anfield in the second round on Saturday 24 of the same month.

Mohamed Salah’s history in the Olympics

Salah, 32, has only played in the Olympic Games once in his career, at the 2012 London Games, where he scored three goals in Group C, which also included Brazil, New Zealand and Belarus.

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Salah scored in the opening 3-2 defeat to Brazil, the 1-1 draw against New Zealand, and the 3-1 victory in the third round against Belarus, before Egypt was eliminated from the competition with a 3-0 loss to Japan in the second round.

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Watch Salah’s goal against Brazil in the London 2012 Olympics



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