Salah denied having a role in Warda rejoining the team.
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Egypt and Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has reignited heated views about a sexual harassment scandal involving his national teammate Amr Warda in a CNN interview which aired Monday. After Salah sent controversial tweets that demanded the disgraced Warda be given a "second chance" during this year's Africa Cup of Nations held in Egypt, Salah directly addressed his revised stance.Warda was kicked out of Egypt's squad over multiple claims of sexual misconduct that surfaced online in June but was reinstated at the request of his teammates.Salah denied having a role in Warda rejoining the team.
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