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'Some players couldn’t leave home'

It took a global pandemic to close the stadiums to fans in England, but supporters in Mohamed Elneny’s home country of Egypt have been absent for the best part of a decade, as a consequence of some truly tragic and horrific scenes witnessed at football matches there.  In this exclusive interview with the matchday programme, our midfielder tells us about the challenges of playing in Africa, and how it prepared him for life in the Premier League. When you’ve played in the most hostile atmospheres that Africa has to offer, there isn’t that much that can faze you in the domestic game. That’s a good job for Mo Elneny, because his first-ever start in the Premier League, shortly after...
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