Leo Messi says that Brazilian superstar Neymar would be a great addition to Barca. Messi was speaking to Qatar TV channel Alkass where he is fulfilling promotional duties with the team. Messi also spoke of his desire to win the world cup with his country Argentina. Read more about Messi and the Santos striker here
FC Barcelona’s fans think that Leo Messi should not have been on the pitch at the Allianz Arena in Munich last night. Barca lost by four goals to nil and the fans think the Argentine should have been dropped as he didn’t seem right. He covered very little territory, almost 4.5 km less than Xavi Hernandez managed. Read more about if Messi should have played or not
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…..
David Beckham has knocked Lionel Messi off the top perch as highest paid footballer in the world. According to France Football magazine, Beckham earned a staggering 36 million euros last year which seals the top spot for the Englishman. However, only 9% of Beckham’s succulent income accounts for playing football. Becks’ unsurpassed longevity and being a brand name have helped him amass a fortune.
It had to be Leo Messi who came to the rescue in the 73rd minute to make it 1-2 to Barcelona against Granada last night. Messi broke the spell of the Granada team who scored first and then bewitched Barcelona, with a rebound goal that Toño couldn’t control from Cesc and then a beautiful free-kick from outside the area which flew past the keeper to his right.
Argentine maestro Leo Messi has admitted that the only thing that is missing from his spectacular career is a World Cup Winners’ medal. The 25 year-old spoke on Monday night in Switzerland at the awards ceremony and conceded that he would gladly swap one of his FIFA Ballon d’Or awards for a World Cup medal with his country Argentina.
The Barca coach believes Leo Messi is not just thinking about beating the goal record of the legendary Gerd Muller. Tito Vilanova has not called up the little Argentine for the second leg of the Cup against Alavés. Despite Barca winning the first-leg 0-3, Vilanova does not consider that the tie has been resolved.