Mohamed Salah named FWA Footballer of the Year

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah was named Footballer of the Year by the Football Writers Association (FWA) on Thursday evening in London.

The Egyptian wins the prize for the second time, with 48 percent of the voting from FWA members.

Salah, who previously won the accolade in 2018, has been awarded for another great season in which he has scored 30 goals across all competitions.

According to, Salah was obviously happy to earn the accolade but added that his priority now is to assist the squad and add to the Carabao Cup they won in February.

“It feels great.

“First of all, I want to thank everybody who voted for me. Of course, journalists are a big part of the football family. Hopefully, we can win some more this season.

“I just try to enjoy my football and enjoy my time at the club, help the team to win trophies – that’s the most important thing.”

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