Liverpool's Mohamed Salah wins PFA Player of the Year


He said: 'Yes, I think from the first day I left the Premier League it was always in my mind. With three games remaining, he'll definitely break it.

Liverpool are, however, likely to be tough negotiators once again.

"That's the way they play", he says.

"The manager has been brilliant since he come to the club".

"I'm sure the atmosphere in Rome will be no different, but I think the fans will be electric for us again".

"Maybe there are better numbers but for me he was the best".

"This is a big test, a big challenge in Roma, but I feel we're ready for it". "From my point of view. there was no player better than him". The teamwork that they've got is down to Klopp doing all that.

Former Liverpool striker Ian Rush believes the stars are aligning for the Reds.

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It was an emotional moment for the last two housemates as Obi-Uchendu led them through the house for the last time. Being the victor of two other challenges, he got N2 million in addition to the standard cash prize of N25 million.

Mohamed Salah, the man referred to as the "Egyptian King" by the Anfield faithful, was the well deserved victor of this season's PFA Player of the Year award at last night's event.

However, Merseyside Police yesterday issued a statement that they will not tolerate a repeat of the crowd disturbances that marred the home leg of Liverpool's quarter-final against Manchester City.

"I didn't speak to him after, but he will be back today".

"My vote could easily have gone to De Bruyne, but it is all about timing and, with both he and Salah enjoying a fine first half of the season, the Liverpool winger's form surge in recent weeks proved to be the decisive factor".

You could tell how much he meant to people from the reaction to his death and we just felt it was right to honour him and his family in this way.

The Egyptian has scored 31 league goals since returning to England from Roma last summer, matching the existing record that is jointly held by Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez.

There's no way of knowing exactly how things would have changed if City faced a real title challenge, or if you flipped the second half of their league season with the first.

"After the 1-0 win last night against Juventus, it's wide open now. I've worked hard and I'm very happy to win it", Salah said at the ceremony on Sunday evening. "Outside the stadium, please show the respect we have to show", Klopp said.