In an article published by the Egyptian state-run newspaper Al-Ahram, columnist Salah Montaser said Liverpool's top scorer should shave his beard as it "puts him in one basket with extremists.... and terrorists".
Zacks Investment Research Upgrades Coca-Cola FEMSA (KOF) to "Hold"
Shares for $500,580 were bought by GRAF JOHN A. 300 shares valued at $72,853 were sold by Doucette John P on Tuesday, February 20. Finally, Shine Investment Advisory Services Inc. raised its position in shares of The Coca-Cola by 102.2% in the third quarter.
The piece however did not augur well with those who read it.
The article, posted above, was met with a furious reaction on social media from Egyptian football fans, who responded by saying that people shouldn't be judged on their personal appearance and that what he does with his facial hair is of course his own choice.
Chancellor Philip Hammond to unveil spring statement
He is expected to reveal that tax receipts are covering day-to-day government spending for the first time since the 2008 financial crisis.
The transfer value of former Tottenham midfielder Paulinho has gone up £37.6m since his surprise move from Guangzhou Evergrande to Barcelona last August.
SC extends Aadhaar linkage deadline
He proceeded to submit that though the Bill was modified in the Rajya Sabha, the modifications were ignored in the Lok Sabha. Venugopal, learned Attorney General for India submitted that this Court may think of extending the interim order".
Several Premier League powerhouses have been incessantly linked with Bale since he moved to Madrid in 2013, but Liverpool have stayed out of the headlines in regards to his return up until now. Having been deemed a failure at Chelsea, Salah was shipped off to Roma last season and enjoyed a decent season in Serie A having spent the previous year on loan with the Italian giants.