Messi: The Leader Of The New Argentina

The pressure is on Lionel Messi to deliver on the biggest stage of all. Since being made captain things look rosy, and the comparisons with Diego Maradona in 1986 are unavoidable...

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damoceltic (Celtic) says...

Yeah he's been rubbish for Argentina in the last 2 years.....

Posted 11:41am 15th June 2014

davislurve (Blackburn Rovers) says...

dr soccer, it's fair enough not reading the article and commenting, but reading it and ignoring what it's about is pretty ignorant. More like dr. doesn't understand soccer so what are you a dr. for?

Posted 1:44pm 14th June 2014

billysboots (Sunderland) says...

20 goals in 21 games, 10 in qualifying - I think you suffer from a disorder dr soccer!! Are Argentina secretly playing Barca players to help him score all those goals?

Posted 11:47am 14th June 2014

dr soccer (Arsenal) says...

Not gonna happen. He might as well be "Barcelonian" rather than Argentinean. His continual failings at international level show that he is mightily dependent on the Barca system.

Posted 11:41pm 13th June 2014

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