Salah still a doubt for SWC opener against Uruguay

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The episode sparked reactions on social media given the allegations of Kadryov's human rights violations.

The Egyptian government, meanwhile, shows zero tolerance for political Islam and has for years been fighting an insurgency led by Islamic militants.

"From what I've been told, this is unlikely to get done before the World Cup, if at all". "FIFA should reverse their decision and move the training camp to another city".

Liverpool and Egypt's national football star Mohamed Salah resumed training on Monday for the first time since his injury in the Champions League finale, and is reported to be training lightly alone in the last national team training session held on Monday, June 11.

Egypt are playing in their first World Cup since 1990.

'He is doing (physiotherapy) sessions on his shoulder and working out in the gym, ' squad executive director Eihab Leheita said. "We hope he will be with us for the Uruguay match".

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"He is gradually getting better".

Liverpool signed Salah from Roma last summer for £36.7million and the Egyptian went on to score 44 goals in all competitions.

However Egypt team doctor Mohamed Abou El-Ela placed some caution on any hopes Salah will play a part against Uruguay in their Group A opener this Friday.

Doubts persist over Salah's fitness but the Egyptian star said from the team's base in Grozny on Monday that he was "well-prepared" for the tournament.

And of course, we couldn't conclude this list without mentioning Mohamed Salah.

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