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Mo Salah visited places in Liverpool like he was on a presidential campaign

The 'Egyptian King' was mobbed by fans in the city centre as he made a number of public visits

Mohamed Salah really can do no wrong.

Even his most ardent fans can’t have anticipated quite the impact he’d make in his debut season at Liverpool.

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Salah’s face is everywhere

Salah’s face is everywhere

Particularly after failing to show his potential at Chelsea.

But 30 goals later – with the season still only in February – and Salah is in the running for PFA Player of the Year as the Reds’ talisman.

And it appears yesterday Salah wanted to give something back to the supporters who adore him so much.

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A Liverpool hero already

Not once, not twice, but three times, the ‘Egyptian King’ was spotted in or around the city of Liverpool mingling with the public.

And unsurprisingly he was mobbed on each occasion.

Firstly, he posed for photos with walkers:

Then he nipped into a Fish and Chips shop to taste the local food:

And finally he visited a gym, posing for a large group photo:

And by the looks on the faces of the people he met, it’s fairly obvious he made their day.

Is there anyone on the planet who would have received a better reception than Salah?


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