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Liverpool fans react to Mohamed Salah’s exclusion from PFA Player of the Year shortlist

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Liverpool fans react to Mohamed Salah’s exclusion from PFA Player of the Year shortlist

Liverpool attacker Mohamed Salah has missed out on a nomination for the PFA Player of the Year shortlist – and some of the club’s supporters on Twitter are upset with the news.

The Professional Footballers’ Association have announced on their official website the six nominees for the 2019/20 Player the Year award.

Liverpool, who won their first ever Premier League title, have four representatives with Trent Alexander-Arnold, Jordan Henderson, Sadio Mane and Virgil van Dijk all included.

Meanwhile, the Manchester City duo of Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling complete the six-man shortlist.

Salah, who won the prize in the 2017/18 season, has missed out on a nomination for the last campaign despite playing a major role in Liverpool’s success.

The Egyptian right-winger finished the season with 23 goals across all competitions and 19 came in the Premier League, while 10 of his 13 assists were also in top-flight action.

He’s been such an instrumental figure at Anfield in recent years during success under manager Jurgen Klopp and has continued to perform at such a high standard.

(Photo by Alex Livesey – Danehouse/Getty Images)

A selection of Liverpool supporters on social media are mystified that the 28-year-old didn’t receive a nomination for his latest season.

Here are some Reds fans discussing Salah’s exclusion for the PFA award:

 
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