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Davide astori laid to rest with Liverpool Star MO Salah to attend

There might be one of the most important games of our season on Saturday against Manchester United, but some things are much more important.

Mo Salah will today, quite rightly, be attending the funeral of Davide Astori, who tragically died of a heart attack at the end of last week – aged just 31.
This is according to Florence-based newspaper La Nazione, who say that our Egyptian forward has made the request of Liverpool to miss training and be at the service.Salah and Astori never played together for Fiorentina, but were opponents when AS Roma faced their Serie A rivals last season.If La Nazione’s report is true, Liverpool will obviously have allowed Salah’s request.Jurgen Klopp is a good, reasonable man who understands completely that sometimes football comes second.We think it also says lots about Salah as a man that he’s made this decision and congratulate him for it.May Astori rest in peace.

Ronaldo, Messi, Salah, Kane – footballers messages for 2018

The world of football have celebrated the New Year 2018 with some posts in social medias – Intagram and Twitter.When the time was close to 00:00, some of the biggest name of football, choose the social medias to say goodbye to 2017 and to wish the best for the 2018.Messi: FELIZ 2018!!Kane: 2017 has been good to me. Bring on 2018!Salah: Cant’t really complain about a great 2017, but very much looking forward to 2018..Muller: Happy New Year to all my fans around the world./

Karim benzema was not left out see pictures below 



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Liverpool forward Mo Salah crowned BBC African Footballer of the Year beating Sadio Mane to award

Mo Salah has been crowned the BBC African Footballer of the Year.

The Liverpool forward has won the gong after a successful year for both club and country.

Salah began the year by reaching the final of the Africa Cup of Nations with Egypt and later helped steer his country to their first World Cup finals since 1990.

He scored five of their seven final qualifying stage goals to send them to Russia.

Such was his impact, fans nicknamed the national team 'Salah's Egypt'.

His form continued domestically, as his prolific record in front of goal for Roma earned him a £37million move to Liverpool.

Since switching to Anfield, Salah, 25, has scored 20 goals in all competitions, putting him on course to break the club's seasonal scoring record.

Thirteen of his strikes have come in the Premier League, with the most recent being in the Merseyside derby draw with Everton at the weekend.

"I would like to win this award also next year," Salah told BBC Sport after receiving his awar…

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