Mohamed Salah's first club director slams Todd Boehly's claims about the ex-Chelsea star

Mohamed Salah's first club chief doesn't take Todd Boehly's comments well about his former employee

Todd Boehly

Earlier this week, Chelsea chairman Boley rallied - not for the first time - to claim Salah, and
Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne is a product of his club's academy. In fact, the two world-class players were 21 and 20 when they joined the Blues.

Boehly stated at the SALT Conference in New York that "they have the best women's team in the world and one of the best academies in the world".

He further stated" "Our academy is Mo Salah, De Bruyne, Tammy Abraham, Reece James, Mason Mount, Chalobah."

Salah actually started his career at Cairo-based Almocolon, where he made 38 appearances for the club in a four-year period between 2006 and 2010. He even spent 18 months at the Swiss club Basel before joining the Premier League.

Al Mokawloon director Mohamed Adel Fathi slammed Boehly, writing in a Facebook post: "What Chelsea's new owners say shows a lack of understanding.

Boley was also ridiculed by fans for his blunders De Bruyne who started football at Genk academy as a student.

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