Mohamed Elneny: How did the Egyptian Arsenal player turn bullying against him into a success?

  • Islam Saad
  • Journalist – BBC

May 9, 2022

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Elneny joined Arsenal from Basel in January 2016

Numerous criticisms received by the Egyptian player Mohamed Elneny during his career in the football stadiums, especially from the Egyptian football fans, reached the point of bullying, and it culminated during his participation with his country in the last African Nations Cup, and also during the two 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Senegal.

But Elneny, 29, responded to his critics on the field with a strong performance during his recent participation in four matches with his team Arsenal in the English Premier League – the Premier League – which he played in full after he remained on the bench for long periods during the current season.

Prior to last April 20, when Arsenal faced Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, the player had not appeared in the squad since the beginning of this year – when he participated with the team in its match against Manchester City in the Premier League for only six minutes – nor did he play ninety minutes. Complete with Arsenal, this season, only three times, including two matches in the English League Cup.

In general, this season seemed to be Mohamed Elneny’s last with Arsenal, as his contract with the London club expires this summer, as he only participated for a few minutes in seven matches out of a total of 35 official matches for the Gunners this season.



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