Amr Warda has been reinstated in Egypt’s Africa Cup of Nations squad, the nation’s FA has confirmed.
Warda had initially been dropped for ‘behavioural reasons’ after he reportedly ‘sent aggressive and inappropriate sexual messages’ to an Instagram mannequin.
The claims had been made by Egyptian-British mannequin Merhan Keller, who then shared testimonies of different women approached on social media by the PAOK ahead, sharing movies and screenshots.
Regardless of the proof, team-mates confirmed assist, with Mohamed Salah suggesting he ‘shouldn’t be despatched to the guillotine.
‘Ladies have to be handled with the utmost respect. “No” means “no”. These issues are and should stay sacred,’ the Liverpool ahead wrote.
‘I also believe that many who make mistakes can change for the better and shouldn’t be despatched straight to the guillotine, which is the best means out.’
Aston Villa defender and Egypt captain Ahmed Elmohamady additionally confirmed solidarity by making the No 22 gesture along with his fingers after scoring in opposition to DR Congo – the shirt variety of Warda.
Supply: Day by day Mail