The piece however did not augur well with those who read it.
The column has been widely criticised on social media, with plenty of people coming to Salah's defence, arguing that growing any type of facial hair is a personal choice and that people should never be judged exclusively on their appearance.More news: United Kingdom economy to grow slightly more quickly, Hammond predicts
Critics stated that keeping facial hair is one's choice and Salah should not be subjected to such kind of negative judgment.
The Germany global has scored 12 goals through 39 matches this season for a Man City side that has a 13-point lead atop the Premier League, as well as a game in hand.
Several Premier League powerhouses have been incessantly linked with Bale since he moved to Madrid in 2013, but Liverpool have stayed out of the headlines in regards to his return up until now.More news: Indian court extends March 31 deadline for linking of biometric IDs
Liverpool are reportedly the latest Premier League club to join the chase for Real Madrid star Gareth Bale, who is already said to be of interest to Manchester United, Chelsea and former club Tottenham Hotspur.
Recently, the Egyptian won the African Footballer of the year award 2017, being a honour for his contribution in Liverpool's campaign as well as lifting Egypt to the World Cup scheduled for Russian Federation in June this year.More news: Multiple people shot at Plant City business