The sports bulletin today, Tuesday, November 21, 2023, witnessed many important sports news, most notably, Salah competes with Messi and Ronaldo for the fans’ best player award, Al-Ahly competes with City for the Globe Soccer award for the best club in the world, and the absence of Real Madrid.
Salah competes with Messi and Ronaldo for the fans’ best player award
Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, the English Liverpool player, is competing for a new award in the Globe Soccer Awards, which is the Best Player in the World award, voted by the fans for the year 2023..
The Globe Soccer Awards ceremony for the best in the world for the year 2023 will be held next January 19.
The list of candidates for the 2023 World Player of the Year award from Globe Soccer, according to the fans, included 10 players: Bellingham, Haaland, Kane, Lewandowski, Mbappe, Messi, Neymar Jr., Ronaldo, Mohamed Salah, and Vinicius Jr..
Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool star, was also on the list of candidates for the 2023 World Player of the Year award, which included 30 players.
Al-Ahly competes with City for the Globe Soccer Award for the best club in the world, in the absence of Real Madrid
Al-Ahly Club topped the list of candidates to be crowned with the Globe Soccer International Award for the best club in the world during the current year 2023, according to what was announced by the organizing committee of the ceremony scheduled to be held in Dubai early next year 2024, while the Real Madrid team was absent from the list.
Al-Ahly is competing with many of the major clubs in the world for the Globe Soccer Award for the best this year, led by Manchester City, which won the historic treble last season, namely the English League, the Champions League and the FA Cup..
In addition to Al-Ahly and Manchester City, the list of candidates for the best team in the world included many clubs, most notably: Napoli, Al-Hilal and Al-Ittihad of Saudi Arabia, Arsenal, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Inter Milan, Boca Juniors, Paris Saint-Germain, Roma, Seville, and Wydad Casablanca of Morocco.
Zamalek refuses to raise the “ceiling” of the new coach’s salary
Zamalek club officials, headed by Hussein Labib, rejected the idea of raising the financial ceiling for the new foreign coach scheduled to be contracted during the coming period to succeed the Colombian Osorio, and settled on not raising the contract ceiling from the amount that Osorio was receiving or a little less, as a maximum for contracting with the coach who will assume responsibility. next period.
The idea of not raising the salary ceiling comes in light of the challenges facing the club and the financial obligations in the current period that are being resolved.
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