Great news for Barca fans is that Lionel Messi is now training fully with the rest of the squad. Messi hopes to be at 100% for the first leg of their semi final against Bayern Munich in the fabulous Allianz Arena. Messi trained yesterday and today, Friday, and will also train before the Levante match tomorrow. Who knows, Jordi Roura may even give him some minutes in preparation of the Bayern game. Read more about Messi
Leo Messi has been given the green light by the FC Barcelona medics ahead of the Bayern Munich game which will be played at the Allianz Arena next Tuesday. Barca play Levante at the weekend and Tito Vilanova may be tempted to use Messi in order to give him some minutes and therefore prove his fitness ahead of the important game. Read more about Messi here
Leo Messi has to calculate the risk of playing against Paris Saint-Germain at the Nou Camp in the second leg of their quarter final decider in the Champions League. Recent sensations point to Messi running a risk if he does play as the player still has a sore hamstring. The doctors, the coaching staff and the player himself will make a joint decision before the crunch game on Wednesday evening. Read more about Messi’s injury
Leo Messi rarely gets injured these days and it has been nearly 3 years since his last serious injury was recorded. The last time he suffered a serious injury was caused when Ujfalusi went in hard on Messi on September 19th 2010. Messi is made of rubber and it’s all thanks to Guardiola and his revolutionary preparation. Read more about Messi’s injury…..
Some good news for Barcelona fans is that Argentine leo Messi’s injury is not as serious as first thought. The little striker grabbed a stunning first-half opener before he was subbed off with a hamstring problem at the break. Now the Catalan club insist he could recover in time for the Nou Camp clash next Wednesday against Paris Saint-Germain.
Argentine astro Leo Messi spoke out for the first time today about the knee injury he picked up last night against Benfica in the Champions League. He said that while he was on the stretcher he was thinking the worst. Fortunately for both Messi and his club the injury wasn’t as serious as expected and could play against Betis on Sunday.