Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah picks up GQ’s Middle East Man of the Year award

Mohamed Salah is no stranger to picking up awards.

The Liverpool forward has lifted a number of accolades over the past few years, such as the PFA Player of the Year award and two Premier League Golden Boots.

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He’s once again scooped a prize, but this one is a little bit different to his others.

Indeed, Salah has been named as the inaugural GQ Middle East Man of the Year.

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This award wasn’t given to Salah just for his performances on the pitch, but also his contributions to society off of it.

Salah is an icon and a hero for the people of Egypt, but he’s also shown great generosity to causes in his home nation.

For example, the winger donated £2.5m to the National Cancer Institute in Cairo after a suspected terrorist incident killed 20 people.

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Those types of gestures, combined with his incredible success in his chosen field, make Salah a worthy winner of this award.

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