Barca’s Sports Director Andoni Zubizarreta was speaking out about Leo Messi’s situation on Radio station, Cope: “Messi’s injuries have nothing to do with the leaving of Pep Guardiola. I think Messi is the best player in the world. He has been throughout the year. More on Zubizarrata’s interview
Leo Messi gave an interview to the Argentine daily ‘Olé ‘ in which he talks for the first time about his injury that will keep him out of action for two months. “I’m sad because I did not expect it. I’m also angry because it is an injury that has happened straight after a previous one. More on Messi’s interview for Ole
It has definitely not been the year of Leo Messi. The Argentine, accustomed to accumulate and hoard goals along with praise, is now counting multiple injuries and absences and his face says it all. Messi is worried. His nagging muscle problems do not seem to want to leave him and are beginning to raise doubts about him. His injury will prevent him from playing again this year, the ‘Annus horribilis’ of the Argentine superstar. More on Messi
FC Barcelona has been shaken by the news that their star player will be out of action for at least two months. Leo Messi suffered another relapse of his nagging hamstring injury and will be sitting it out for two long months while he recovers. Messi will start his recovery in Barcelona and finish off in his native Argentina. More on Messi’s injury
Speaking at a press conference ahead of Barca’s Champions League match against AC Milan, Barca coach Gerardo Martino admitted that Argentine maestro Leo Messi has lost his form due to his two injuries. He also spoke sarcastically of the “supposed” crisis the team is going through. More on Martino’s press conference
FC Barcelona defender Javier Mascherano was talking to Argentine magazine El Grafico and spoke about fellow patriot and teammate Leo Messi.. Mascherano acknowledged that Messi knows what he’s been through this season regarding injuries and aims to pace himself in order to reach the 2014 World Cup in top form. More on Mascherano’s interview
Argentine maestro Leo Messi has played down suggestions that he made a disrespectful gesture towards Tata Martino after being taken off in last night’s game against Real Sociedad at the Nou Camp.
Messi continued his excellent form last night by netting a goal in the win and taking his tally to 10 goals in all competitions this season.Continue reading
They say competition and being in the same league makes them better.They are rivals but they need each other.
When one has a great performance the other responds in the same way. If Ronaldo scores three goals, Messi returns the favour and nets three goals, too. More on Messi and CR7