Who is Mohamed Sabra and some of his soccer insights? Mohamed Sabra lives in Australia and is a soccer player. He likes to watch the professional leagues in England, Spain, Germany.
Mohamed Sabra on the best soccer players: The 2019 Kopa Trophy winner had a fiery race and achieved accomplishments that the defenders shouldn’t. De Ligt is definitely looking to win Serie A in his first season in the league. If he didn’t make this list I wonder who else would have. Mohamed Salah has been in a tough race since arriving in Liverpool. He led Liverpool to the Champions League final in the 2017/18 season, but a shoulder injury in the first half meant he saw his team lose on the side-lines. However, he returned in shape to lead the men in red to another Champions League final they had won in the 2018/19 season. He was also the central figure of the Liverpool team this season when they were aiming for a continental double that they were just missing.
Mohamed Sabra about the best soccer players and clubs : Kevin De Bruyne is a technical phenom. The world goes wild for Trent Alexander-Arnold’s crossing ability, but De Bruyne may just be the best crosser in Premier League history, David Beckham included. He has piled up 16 assists in just 25 Premier League games so far this season, and will continue to post freakish numbers in every campaign until he leaves Man City. An artist, and a deadly one at that.
On the pitch, N’Golo Kante does not play like a superstar. He doesn’t have terrific footwork, he rarely scores, and he never really lands himself in hot water. Off it, he doesn’t act like one either. No flashy cars (he still drives a Mini Cooper), no fancy designer clothes, and no partying til the early hours. But that is exactly what makes him so unassumingly, but terrifyingly, brilliant. Whether it’s chasing the ball relentlessly for 90 mins, sitting in front of the back four, or playing as an attacking midfielder, the versatile 28-year-old always adds value, and a lot of it.
Mohamed Sabra on best Manchester United players : It is a shame Paul McGrath was unable to prevent his demons from allowing him to become a true Old Trafford legend. The Irish centre-back’s later days at Aston Villa proved he still had plenty to give, well into his 30s. Joe Spence may have been the Red Devils’ original heroic flying winger. Between 1898 and 1919, the Englishman enthralled fans with his exceptional skill and speed. Sadly, no footage of him in action exists. Somewhat surprisingly, Manchester United haven’t had a glut of world-class goalkeepers during the club’s history. That makes Alex Stepney one of the exceptions. He played for United for 12 years, but most fans remember him for his key saves in the 1968 European Cup final.