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Mohamed Salah Will Be Added To The School Curriculum In Egypt

Nasir Jabbar


Mohamed Salah Will Be Added To The School Curriculum In Egypt

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Mohamed Salah will be added to the school curriculum in Egypt to inspire pupils to achieve following his incredible success at Liverpool.


Salah's remarkable story on and off the pitch will be included in both primary and secondary school books across the nation, per the The Times.

Younger children will learn about Salah's immense contribution for both club and country on the pitch.

And secondary school kids will explore the superstar forward's charitable acts and will learn of how he's given back to society.

Image: PA
Image: PA

The text for secondary students reads: "Salah's desire to help others is because he wants to give young people a chance to succeed.

"He is a role model to millions of Egyptians who give him the nickname 'the happiness maker'."

The textbook is illustrated with a picture of the 29-year-old accompanied with his daughter Makka, who shares a name with Islam's holiest city - usually spelled 'Mecca' in English.

Image: PA
Image: PA

Salah has been a revelation for Liverpool since his transfer back in 2017.

The Anfield hero, nicknamed 'The Egyptian King', has scored an incredible 140 goals for the club.

He's helped his side win the Champions League and the Premier League during his prolific spell.

And he's on course for another brilliant season, having already bagged 15 goals in all competitions - including his hat-trick against Manchester United last weekend.

Salah has also produced heroics for his national side, guiding them to the 2018 World Cup.

Topics: Liverpool, Football, egypt, Mohamed Salah

Nasir Jabbar
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