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Somaya al-Khashab continues her controversial comments about the English Premier League

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Egyptian actress Somaya El Khashab

Egyptian actress Somaya El Khashab continued her controversial comments about the English Premier League.

Somaya al-Khashab confirmed in a statement to “Al-Masry Al-Youm” website that she is proud of the star Mohamed Salah, who scored a hat-trick in the English Football League match between Liverpool and Manchester United, which Liverpool won by five clean goals.

She added, “I am proud of the pharaoh of Egypt, Mohamed Salah, and Cristiano complained and pressured him because of the kofta coach.”

And she continued, “Cristiano Ronaldo is wronged, and coach Solskjaer is the reason because he held him responsible for a team, seriously forbidden. Sir Ferguson preferred to coach the team for 20 years.

Al-Khashab used to broadcast comments about the international players, Mohamed Salah and Cristiano Ronaldo, yesterday, igniting social networking sites with a series of short tweets about the match, the last of which was when she tweeted: “Conte, Zidane or Sumaya al-Khashab is important. Tweet “Go to the level.”

The Egyptian star topped the trend of “Twitter” after she published a post confirming that Manchester United dispensed with coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, which received a very great interaction, and Somaya wrote soon, “You will hear the news of Zidane’s contract with United, he is still in arrangements, but Solskjaer is right.”

And she sent a message to Solskjaer, in which she said: “I seriously, if I see you, I will make French fries from you.

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In another tweet, Somaya said: “I knew that he was selling kofta, this is not a trainer, but he is training the Swan Lake dance.”

Source: “Al-Masry Al-Youm” website.