A Documentary About Mohamed Salah Will Be Broadcast On TV Tonight
It has been a remarkable season for Mohamed Salah and to celebrate his rise to the top ahead of the Champions League final, Channel 4 will broadcast an in-depth documentary about his life, this evening.
The documentary will chart his journey from humble origins in Egypt to Premier League stardom, as stories about his childhood will undoubtably leave people in awe of the Liverpool winger.
If you want to tune in, make sure to reserve a seat on the sofa for 10pm.
There is a documentary about Mo Salah being shown next week!- Rousing The Kop :flag_ua: (@RousingTheKop) May 15, 2018
:projector: - Mo Salah: A Football Fairy Tale
:tv: - Channel 4
:calendar_spiral: - Tuesday 22nd May
:alarm_clock: - 10PM
Don't miss the documentary on our very own Egyptian King, it's definitely a must watch! pic.twitter.com/3DoNAcZDH2
It has been a whirlwind campaign for the Egyptian and throughout the season, plenty of stories have emerged about his incredible generosity and kindness towards others.
He produced an amazing gesture for a man who didn't though he'd make it as a youngster.
The man who was in attendance to see Salah back in November was former president Mamdouh Abbas, who didn't sign him for his local club Zamalek SC back in his youth.
We also told you how he gave a thief, who stole from his family home, some money to get his life up and running. He even tried to help him find a job.
In a brilliant interview with The Daily Mail that gives us an insight into Salah's childhood, one particular story details the moments after he found out his family was robbed when he was playing in Alexandria, Egypt.
The thief was caught two days later and despite his father wanting to press charges, Salah asked him to drop the case.
Salah proceeded to give the thief some money to get his life up and running. .
'While Salah was playing in Alexandria, his family were robbed. The thief was caught a couple of days later and it was the intention of Salah's father to press charges.' (1/2)- Jack Sear (@JackSear) December 22, 2017
'When his son heard what happened, however, he asked him to drop the case. What happened next gives you the biggest insight of all into his character, as Salah gave the thief some money to get his life up and running and tried to help him find a job.'- Jack Sear (@JackSear) December 22, 2017
We can't wait to tune in tonight to see if there's any other stories about his generous past.
What a bloke.