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Egyptian lawyer file €1 billion against Sergio Ramos

Discussion in 'World cup' started by Real Tosin, May 28, 2018.

  1. Real Tosin

    Real Tosin Member

    An Egyptian lawyer has launched a €1 billion (£873m/$1.2bn) lawsuit against Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos for his apparent attack on Liverpool Mohamed Salah in the Champions League final on Saturday which has put the Egyptian forward’s World Cup participation in doubt.

    During the first half of Real Madrid’s 3-1 victory over Liverpool, Salah was forced off in tears after he landed heavily on his left shoulder after grappling with Ramos which resulted in a ligament damage of the Egyptian shoulder, an action that ended Liverpool's early dominance in the match and also placed Salah'scWorld Cup participation in doubt.

    The Egypt FA revealed that their star player had suffered a sprain of the shoulder ligaments, but there is not yet a timescale on his recovery which might make him miss the World Cup, which begins on 14 June.

    However, the PFA player of the twitted on Sunday that he was "confident" he would be able to represent Hector Cuper's side at Russia 2018 , but that has done nothing to quell the apparent anger of lawyer Bassem Wahba.

    In an appearance on Egyptian television channel Sada El-Balad , Wahba announced he had filed a complaint to FIFA and accused Ramos of a deliberate act and inflicting "physical and psychological harm" upon a nation and its most celebrated footballer.

    "Ramos intentionally injured Mo Salah and should be punished about his actions," he claimed. "I've filed a lawsuit and a complaint to FIFA.

    "I'll ask for compensation, which could exceed €1 billion, for the physical and psychological harm that Ramos gave Salah and the Egyptian people."

    Wahba pledged to donate any money earned to the country’s Long Live Egypt Fund.

    Salah is more than just a footballer in his country home, he won the heart of his country men after scoring the penalty that sent the Pharoahs back to the World Cup after 28 years away. In this year's presidential elections, more than a million Egyptians voted for him - despite the fact he was not standing for the position.

    Sergio Ramos, who has been sent off 24 times in his career was not even booked against Liverpool. The Real Madrid captain even faced condemnation from the European Judo Union, who claimed his arm lock and throw is illegal even inside a Judo.

    Furthermore An online petition calling for Ramos to be punished by football’s authorities has amassed nearly half a million signatures.

    What are your thoughts? Have a say, drop your comments below.
     
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  2. Aloys

    Aloys New Member

    This is absolute nonsense, has it gone this level...... those egyptians are over carried away i dont support such, football is a game and in a game anything can happen what of those who even die while playing and nothing is done .....
     
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  3. Do you say nonsense? Injuring Salah and making him miss the World Cup is like killing the Egyptian president. The Egyptian are very and can physically assault Ramos for what he did to Salah
     
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  4. Real Tosin

    Real Tosin Member

    After what RAMOS did to SALAH.
    I now understand why RAMS are killed during SALAH
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  5. realsporting

    realsporting Administrator Staff Member

    Do you know that Egypt is the only country in the Africa continent that stands a chance of making the round of 16? But since the injury of Salah, that's has been thrown into doubt. Not only are the Egyptians angry, Africans are irated while Arabians are furious.
     
  6. realsporting

    realsporting Administrator Staff Member

    :p:p:p:p:p
    So the Ram wants to destroy salah's hand before Salah. A very wise decision.
    Bush meat is beginning to chase the hunter.
     

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