Mo Salah plays keepy-uppy with young amputee footballers


Amputee footballers played keepy-uppy with Mo Salah ahead of Liverpool’s Uefa Super Cup clash against Chelsea. Wonderful ❤️ @MoSalah making memories with two children of the @UEFA_Foundation ❤️ #SuperCup — Liverpool FC (@LFC) August 13, 2019 Players from both teams enjoyed a session chatting to and playing with some young footballers from the Turkish Sports Federation for the Physically Disabled at Besiktas Park in Istanbul. In a series of videos tweeted by the clubs and the Uefa Foundation, the kids can been seeing enjoying kickabouts and keepy-uppy sessions with players including Salah, Sadio Mane and N’golo Kante. This is what it’s all about! @UEFA_Foundation 💙 #SuperCup — Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) August 14, 2019 Another shows Olivier Giroud chatting and shaking hands with one of the young players, Agit Siyar. The event is intended to “highlight that football leaves no one aside”, according the Uefa Foundation. Great to meet you @AgitSiyaragit Never give up as you said and keep believe lil bro 💪🏼 Bless you 🙏🏼❤️ — Olivier Giroud (@_OlivierGiroud_) August 13, 2019 Youngsters from the Turkish Sports Federation for the Physically Disabled will also join the Turkish Radio and Television polyphonic children’s choir to sing Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds at the opening ceremony for Wednesday’s Super Cup. Topics Chelsea, Liverpool, UEFA Super Cup Adrian set for first Liverpool start in Super Cup final Liverpool and Chelsea fans able to apply for UEFA Super Cup tickets from Tuesday Liverpool and Chelsea both allocated just over 5,000 tickets for Super Cup final Chelsea ‘desperately want’ to win Super Cup, says Lampard Tottenham concerned about losing Toby Alderweireld for nothing – so will welcome offers Tottenham do not need trophies to be deemed successful, says Ledley King What Celtic’s Champions League exit means for the club Manchester United demonstrate how desperate they are to loan out Alexis Sanchez Mario Balotelli looks close to joining new club – and it’s not one you’d expect Neymar has chosen his preferred destination between Barcelona and Real Madrid – but it’s not that simple Jurgen Klopp decided to take a massive gamble in the transfer window – here’s why Juventus have made contact with Christian Eriksen – but there’s some good news for Tottenham 7 players who were persistently linked with Premier League moves… but never came The real ‘anti-Guardiola’? Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is reaping the rewards of Manchester United’s counter-attack

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