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Liverpool and Egypt star Mo Salah turns model in photoshoot for GQ Middle East

Mohamed Salah's emergence as a cultural icon continues after it was revealed the Liverpool forward is the cover star of the latest version of the GQ Middle East magazine.

Salah was photographed in Manchester modelling clothing from lucrative brands such as Burberry, Prada, Stone Island and Y-3.

The Egyptian then gave the magazine a rare interview where he talked about his humble beginnings as a footballer and the influence of his father, while offering advice to those hoping to follow in his footsteps.

"People...

Liverpool's win over Man United wasn't a surprise, but their dominance was

What stands out about Liverpool's win over Manchester United isn't that it happened -- they were at home, and there's a reason the sides were separated by 16 points at kickoff -- it's the way it occurred.

To put on a display of this intensity just a few days after a massive Champions League clash isn't to be taken lightly. It's not just a physical thing -- it's mental as well. Great teams can win multiple games in a row against big opponents; doing it while also turning in top-notch performances...

Man United got PSG in Champions League draw and social media loved it

Gab Marcotti digs into each Round of 16 match-up of the UEFA Champions League.
Gab Marcotti examines how Man United, Man City, Tottenham and Liverpool all fared in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 draw.

UEFA's balls of fate have been plucked from their perspex fishbowls of destiny and the Champions League round of 16 draw has coughed up a bevy of enticing heavyweight encounters.

Three of the four Premier League contenders have been pitted against Bundesliga opponents, while Juventus, Barcelona and Real Madrid have been handed gruelling ties against Atletico Madrid, Lyon and Ajax, respectively.

Be under no illusion, this is incredibly serious business indeed.

All eyes were on Manchester United,...

Weekend numbers: Messi's 43rd hat trick for Barcelona; Ronaldo gets Juve's 5000th

The FC crew answer your tweets on Liverpool's chances of winning the Premier League, Jose Mourinho's ability to manage a top side again and more.
Are too many Liverpool stars excluded from Gab Marcotti's Premier League team of the weekend after their win over Manchester United?
Gab Marcotti believes the personality issue between Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho is merely the Man United manager's attempt to create a scapegoat.
Manchester United's Jose Mourinho believes he can still reach the top four in the second half of the season despite trailing fourth-placed Chelsea by 11 points.
Following Manchester United's resounding defeat at Liverpool, Craig Burley slams the club's lack of leadership, from the boardroom to the pitch.
Jose Mourinho was happy with his team selection and has no regrets about not playing Paul Pogba
Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp rated the 3-1 win over Manchester United as one of the best performances he has seen since he has been at the club as he reflected on what he called a perfect night.
Jose Mourinho did not appreciate getting asked if he has the backing of the dressing room following Manchester United's loss to Liverpool.
Chelsea's Mauricio Sarri admitted that Eden Hazard's injury is not a serious one and that he was substituted as a precaution during their win over Brighton.
With Liverpool getting their first league win over Manchester United since 2014, FC's Shaka Hislop examines the gulf in class between the two sides.
Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop break down Arsenal's surprising loss to Southampton, and determine if more defensive struggles are on the horizon for the Gunners.

Liverpool went back to the top of the Premier League table with an emphatic 3-1 win over Manchester United, while Cristiano Ronaldo helped Juventus to yet another milestone with a goal in their 1-0 derby win against Torino. Meanwhile, Lionel Messi did Lionel Messi things (scored three, assisted two) as Barcelona thrashed Levante 5-0. Here are the best numbers from the weekend's action:


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Lionel Messi is the first player to reach double figures for both goals (14) and assists (10) in the top...

Manchester United sacking Jose Mourinho won't solve everything, but it's a start

Problem of the weekend

In the end, the only real surprise was that Jose Mourinho admitted Liverpool are a better side than Manchester United, rather than railing against some perceived slight or trying some other form of distraction.

But even then, that just emphasises what a bad job Mourinho has done in constructing his side. Liverpool fielded some wildly expensive talent, but on Sunday they also had three players bought from relegated teams: one scored twice (Xherdan Shaqiri), one was singled...

Liverpool fans' ridicule shows how far Jose Mourinho has fallen

Following Manchester United's resounding defeat at Liverpool, Craig Burley slams the club's lack of leadership, from the boardroom to the pitch.
Jose Mourinho did not appreciate getting asked if he has the backing of the dressing room following Manchester United's loss to Liverpool.
With Liverpool getting their first league win over Manchester United since 2014, FC's Shaka Hislop examines the gulf in class between the two sides.
Liverpool beat Manchester United for the first time since 2013-14 as they reclaim the top spot in the Premier League from Manchester City.
With Liverpool getting their first league win over Manchester United since 2014, FC's Shaka Hislop examines the gulf in class between the two sides.
Liverpool beat Manchester United for the first time since 2013-14 as they reclaim the top spot in the Premier League from Manchester City.

LIVERPOOL, England -- When a manager becomes the subject of ridicule, it rarely ends well; remember when Arsenal opponents serenaded Arsene Wenger with "we want you to stay"? We all know how that turned out.

So only time will tell how damaging it was for Jose Mourinho to hear Liverpool fans chanting "Don't sack Mourinho!" in the final minutes of their team's 3-1 win vs. Manchester United at Anfield. The buoyant Liverpool supporters were mocking Mourinho not only because their team was better in...