Carlos Gardel and Eva Peron, Maradona and Lionel Messi
"He (Lionel Messi) is the best player in the world at a distance," said Arsne Wenger, F.C. Arsenal announced the five hundred and fifty centimeters high Argentine-born football star: "It's like a PlayStation who can take advantage of our mistakes."
As in other Latin America, many sporting events in Argentina have been dominated by football – just football in the States – since the 1920s. After Argentina's military strength, Jorge Rafael Videla Redondo, the hateful tyrant in the late 70's, considered the FIFA Global Cup to be the top priority, the nation's soccer world has won numerous global prizes and trophies. On June 25, 1978, Mario Kempes and his team raised the winning cup to the home ground when a Peruvian team was awarded an overweight victory by an Argentine-born goalkeeper (6-0). Over the course of a year, he was the best junior team on the planet at the expense of the former Soviet Union / Soviet Union under the leadership of the South American contingent Diego Armando Maradona in Tokyo's capital Tokyo. Shortly thereafter, Argentina was one of the "great favorites" in the men's football competition before joining the US-led boycott of the 1980 Moscow Games. Three years ago its national side was close to winning the IV Junior Global Championship. On June 29, 1986, Los Celestes, as the national team became known worldwide, first came to the FIFA Cup in the United States of America; One of the most memorable matches was played in the history of the World Cup when Argentina defeated England – Maradona and his teammates tried to win the track their countrymen lost in the 1982 Anglo-Argentine Falkland war. Already in 1990 Maradona once again made Argentina in the finals of the Italian FIFA Cup. In six years, from 1995 to 2005, the national contingent is four times the winner during the 20th World War. This time, Messi appeared on the spot.
The Argentine-born Messi, named "Flea", is a strong and powerful forward for both FC Barcelona (since 2003) and Argentine national team 2006). He spent his entire career in a Spanish club (nearly 10 years ago ), worked in different teams (15, U-17, U-19 and other classes). Messi became almost indispensable for his club (known as Barca) – this is the backbone of the 4-3-3 formation in Barcelona. Nevertheless, he likes to play football on the Argentine side after he has refused to become a member of the Spanish national team despite strong contacts with the European nation. As a Argentine-born person, the Italian-based Messi has been a Spanish citizen since the mid-2000s. From 2005 to 2011, Messi collected more than seventy individual awards. In fact, its success as an athlete was largely due to endurance and hard discipline. According to Paris-based France Football, Messi is the best paid footballer in the world. In addition to this, the center of the 2008 Olympic gold medalist was the international champion of children's rights.
Although Lionel Andres Messi is sometimes the "ghost center", one of the biggest football players who has never won the FIFA World Championships (Ferenc Puskás, Hungary and George Weah of Liberia), he is one of the best-known male athletes in the global sports map. In the western hemisphere, Messi, who is often resembled Maradona, inspired thousands of young footballers to follow their dreams, especially in regions hit by poverty. But not just because more people are familiar with Argentina than ever before – which has been a long-lasting man-made catastrophe. The status of the country is only comparable to three national celebrities: Prince Eva Perón, pre-war Argentine, famed by Andrew Lloyd Webber's music, Evita — Maradona and Carlos Gardel, nicknamed Buenos Aires singer, tango popular all over the world. Lionel Messi: a rough diamond Lionel Messi's life has been altered forever when a Barcas from the Spanish-speaking Argentine republic has been removed from a rocket-finder, often referred to as one of the most popular clubs in the world – holding hundreds of millions of football fans outside Bangladesh and Bissau-Guinea San Marino and the Feroe Islands.
You can not be a top sportsman if you do not achieve significant results if you are not a hard worker and above all if you can not overcome the obstacles in your life. In fact, Lionel Messi knows this first hand. Like Maradona's Argentinian man, Messi is small (19459003) – who stands at 5 meters high, 19459002 – but has triumphed with the amazing ability and extraordinary intelligence of the announced Flea nicknames. During his athletic career he also defeated other obstacles: numerous injuries, especially in the direction of Rikjaard. Throughout his years as a boy, his country was exposed to one of the deepest recessions in America. But that's not all. Because of a disease, he almost resigned from the sport. In 2008, he challenged Messi for the Summer Games, having dual nationality and a professional football status in Barcelona. Despite the club's wish, Messi, the biggest professional footballer in the world, came to Beijing for the Argentine team (as a defending champion). In the Olympic arena shortly thereafter, he and his colleagues were champions of history in the People's Republic of China. Currently Barcelona does not sell Messi for anything in the world.
Messi is based on her success in being able to offer game based on passion, determination, hard discipline, and exceptional ability. Never one player can be categorized as unbeatable in the world of football, but Messi is probably the most talented person ever to wear a ball. In the games, Messi plays like a FIFA world championship.
Rosario: Birth of Footballers
Born in the Argentine city of Rosario (Santa Fe) on June 24, 1987 – one year after the country occupied the FIFA World Cup in Mexico metropolis – Messi is the fourth child born Jorge Horacio Messi and his wife, former Celia Mara Cucittini. Interestingly, Rosario is four of the most distinguished personalities of Libertad Lamarque (performer), Valeria Mazza (supermodel) and César Luis Menotti (football coach).
In fact, Messi inherited his football genes from his father, who was a coach in a short time. Meanwhile, Messi's mother is a miracle of remarkable people and she wanted her children to get famous names. Lionel Richie's son, Celia Mara Lionel, named her favorite idol as Grammy Award-winning singer / songwriter, whose pop-chart upload in the 1980s was "Truly," "You Are," and "All Night Long." most Argentine athletes such as Octavio Dazzan (cycling), David Nalbandian (tennis) and Manu Ginibili (basketball), Lionel reflects the Italian roots of his mother tongue. His father's family is the city of Ancona in Italy, which at the turn of the 19th century came to a Latin American location during a major European immigration. This is a Spanish qualified professional footballer, Barcelona's high-profile rapporteur, two brothers, Rodrigo and Matas, and a nurse, Maria Sol. On the other hand, her cousins Maximiliano and Emmanuel Biancucchi are also football players.
Sport's life dates back to times when Messi Rosario grew up in a country famous for its athletic passion and the world championships both professional and amateur, including the Men's Football World Cup (1978) and the Men's Volleyball Global Contest (1982) , Messi will also be recognized as the official Ambassador of Rosario's 2019 Panamerican bid. Under this Olympic atmosphere, Jorge Horacio Messi did not hide his aspirations for his son.
As a number of Latin champions – including Edwin Vásquez Cam (shooting) and Nancy López (golf) – for Messi sporting father. Before joining Newell's Younger Youth, Lionel – when he was only five – played in the Grandioli local team where he was a father coach. On that occasion, the smaller Lionel was the goalkeeper of the football team. At that time there were many athletic skills, but not technical skills. Shortly after Lionel showed in the mid-1990s his talent in the 10th 10 race in his home and abroad, the Argentine boy was diagnosed with 11 years of age with growth hormone deficiency. Since before starting a sports career as a young man in the coming years, he had to beat a disease whose treatment costs $ 900 a month. But despite this, his enthusiasm for football was incredible
Recognizing Messi's advanced talent, Carles Rexach's sports director promised him that FC Barcelona would pay if he decides to play for the famous club. The answer was "yes", of course. As a result, Messi and his parents moved permanently to the cave ground, a football crazy place. At that time, the young man sadly left his home. However, Spain had a special role in Messi: on May 3, 1980, Maradona of Argentina signed a six-year contract on the traditional side.
Travel has been a turning point in his life. In the capital and largest city of the Catalan region of Spain, one of the first class cities in Europe, Messi received a scholarship for football at the Athletics Academy in Barcelona, Xabi Alonso, Gerard Piqu, Andrs Iniesta and other boys. The Club's Youth Academy (one of the largest sports academies in Western Europe) with a primary goal: 300 young talents are being studied and some converted into champions. Youth clubs have always been excited about Barcelona's sports leaders. Over the past decades, the Spanish club sent delegates to Latin America seeking promising young athletes.
In Madrid, Madrid, the second largest city in Barcelona, is a place that is closely linked to the Olympic movement, physical activity, and all the values represented by sports in the 21st century. At this corner of the planet, the home of the 1992 Summer Olympic Games, with an international tribune, recreational spaces, sports academies, and state-of-the-art Olympic facilities, like other London City Sports Complexes, Singapore City, Doha (Qatar) , Montreal (Canada), Dubai (United Arab Emirates) and Los Angeles (CA). In addition, Mr Juan Antonio Samaranch, former Chairman of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), and among the most talented and influential sporting organizations in the world.
In a breakout year, after defeating his illness, Messi is about four feet and seven inches high, becoming one of the most popular male players in the Boys' Division of the Spanish Football League. He was outstanding at the event, earning more than 35 goals and setting up a number of records for the age group. A few years later, under the auspices of the Spanish club, Messi quickly improved his game and was competing for the 19 th season in the junior team's starting lineup. Encouragement by Frank Rijkaard
As a young teenager, he was the first opportunity to use his talents as a member of the official contingent of Barca when he first appeared on a friendly match against Porto on November 16, 2003. He has scored 22 goals in junior tournaments, the next Messi was in the club's reserves at the end of 2003: Team C before winning the Barcelona B side of a second-class club. Messi, as a young athlete, has gained enough expertise to participate in high-profile soccer events, face-to-face with the best European and foreign professional players. Of course, he was an excellent school after watching his athletic performance in the traditional junior races in Spain, Frank Rijkaard, Barca's master at the time, Messi looked – perhaps his most famous student – and no doubt he will be the next biggest footballer on the planet – perhaps a Maradona. However, the high flying coach was not the first to worry about Messi's potential. On the other hand, Rijkaard supported a number of young players, including Carles Puyol and Vctor Valds.
At the age of 17, Messi had a chance to show his athletic potential. Fortunately, he did not disappoint Barca sportsmen and soccer fans when he came to the highest level in the Spanish league with many high-profile football players and the youngest player in the national soccer championship. It was one of Messi's most important moments on the football pitch. His coach, Frank Rijkaard, Messi has encouraged the ball in the club after months of appreciating Albacete's first top-flight match against Balompi, the youngest in the soccer championships among the world's most competitive sports competitions. According to all standards, this is a phenomenal result. In fact, Rijkaard has become the focus of the team's new dynamic system. Later, Messi spoke to Rijkaard of gratitude: "I will never forget the fact that I started my career trusting me as long as I was only sixteen or seventeen." Undoubtedly, there was a great prospect of world football.
The Dutch Champion
In the mid 2000s, Messi's home was home to the fifth junior World Championship title, a huge success in the South American Republic; This was the history of the Argentine Football Association (AFA). Messi started his job with his country when Argentine sportsmen called him to join the 2005 junior World Cup team. Always a difficult favorite with the Dutch fans, the Messi-induced national side for the first time in the crowd of Amsterdam (the Dutch capital) before the international sporting event, came to many international footballers for the first time in the global tournament. Then Messi collected two special awards in the Netherlands: Golden Ball and Gold Shoes
Futbol Club Barcelona: 2005-2006 Season
The team and Messi's breakthrough season came in 2005-06. The three Spanish titles of Barcelona are Messi: Champions League, Cataluña Cup and Spanish Super Cup – from the very beginning – at the start of a new successful season, thanks to Spain's most popular club and European TV rankings. With this, Messi also collected three unique trophies.
2005th On September 27, at the Barcelona Nou Camp Stadium (the world's most important football stadiums), Messi debut local players in the European League (Italian Udinese) with several fans and spectators. Six months later he competed with Barca until he was injured. Despite playing without Messi, the club won the famous Champions League, one of the world's four major international events, the Olympic Games (Winter and Summer) and the FIFA World Cup.
Messi was named Tuttosport (the Italian magazine) as the best young player in Europe who, sparked by many athletes, including Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney
Spain is the world's largest foreign-born athlete (France, Canada and rich in oil Including the Eulogy Martínez (Paraguay, football), Nina Zhivanevskaya (Russia, swimming), Juan Domingo de la Cruz (Argentina, basketball), Glory Alozie (athletics, Nigeria) and Juan Pérez (Cuba, water polo). By the end of 2005 Messi was one of the last athletes who became a Spanish national (dual national) so he would have been eligible for the Spanish player in the National League.
FIFA 2006 World Cup
Historically, Argentina has the honor of having the third world third world occupied global competition after Uruguay (1930-1950) and Brazil (1958, 1962, 1970, 1994 and 2002). Thanks to this tradition and thanks to the European world champions, Argentinian football team became one of the most important favorites of the 2006 FIFA Cup, but finished sixth (ahead of three European teams: England, Ukraine and Spain) after losing Germany quarter-finals. Argentine football fans have blamed José Pekerman's national coach for defeating Germany. Why? Incredibly, Messi excluded the game.
Of course, Messi was lost in 2006. Although the long-awaited debut at the World Championships was Argentina's two-time winner of the men's World Cup (1978 & 1986) – winning the first points after the victory of Serbia-Montenegro (former Yugoslavia). In Germany, Argentina played five football matches.
At the 2006 World Cup, Messi became Argentina's youngest footballer, who took part in the FIFA. The following year, Messi and Argentine players made Brazil a second place in the 2007 America's Cup on Venezuelan soil. The Spanish "Football Wars"
In the 2006-07 season, Messi became a regular player in his European team, competing with top players on a level playing field and attracting a large number of interested fans. It was a really inspiring moment. However, the Spanish national football team retired from injury (in the match against Real Zaragosa).
For better health and the South American land for three months Messi went to Spain, Barcelona and Barcelona between Racing de Santander. Shortly thereafter, he was six-trick when his club moved from Real Madrid to 3-3 with two of Spain's most popular teams ("The Clasico"). Decades ago, these games were the title of "Spain's Football Wars", which attracts the largest audience in the European country and many regions of the world, especially among the football nations. In fact, this is a battle that the Barca team won in recent years. [Messi God of Hand Goal]
When he joined the 20s, until 2007, he collected a total of 14 individual trophies inside and outside Spain, a new personal record of his professional career. But that's not all. The Argentine's former Maradona, Messi styled "Messidona" was named after an athlete's stunning career.
In an unforgettable game, on April 18, 2007, the Barcelona club Messi had two goals to defeat Getafe CF at Copa del Rey's mid-term; one goal against Diego Maradona's "Hand of God" goal against Diego's World Cup in 1987, Messi seemed to be knocking the ball in the net. In fact, this was good news both in Barcelona and throughout the country. No one could imagine this challenge. Deco, Deco, said, "This was my best goal I've ever seen in my life."
During the season, Messi was in the spotlight as the world's top football players, sports writers, coaches, players and sports directors. Meanwhile, Messi was chosen as one of the 14th best men in 2007, out of a total of 422 AIPS members from 94 countries – ahead of the South African rugby star Bryan Habana and Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal
Having posted a record in the football world – scored five goals in seven days – Messi helped Barcelona to become the four leaders of the first-class Spanish championship. He was the answer to the lack of versatility in the offensive positions. In fact, he sees Barcelona in his loving eyes. He also scored two goals in the UEFA Champions League. At the beginning of 2008 Messi celebrated his 100th match.
In March, he was forced to leave the Champions League due to injury to the star art. More than a month later he returned to the standings and ran with Cristiano Ronaldo, among the best footballers in the world. However, under the direction of Messi, the Barcelona club was eliminated from the European Championships and showed the impact of injury. Of course, Messi did not have a strong performance this season, only two unconventional events (Beckenbauer Cup in Germany and Joan Gamper Trophy). In July this year, Messi received the captain for the first time with a friendly match against Scottish Dundee United.
Afterwards, the Barcelona Football Club honored Messi's tenure: the t-shirt of ten Older stars, such as Brazilian Romario Souza, Hugo Sotil from Perù and Maradona (first leading scorer), Messi a new season started at Barca a few weeks before the Summer Games.
Messi At the 2008 Beijing Olympics
Argentina won the first football match in the 1928 Amsterdam Games after the gold medal match in Uruguay. Then they called for the Uruguayan seat of the national contingent in the 1976 Montreal Games, but he did not accept it.
During the centennial games of the states, on August 3, 1996, the Argentine team was Nigeria – Syria's Africa – approached the performance of the 1920s. Among the silver medalists, Roberto Ayala, José Chamot, Javier Zanetti, Roberto Sensini and Diego Pablo Simeone, Ariel Ortega, Hernan Crespo and Claudio López were among the top footballers in the 26th Olympics. In the coming years, 2004, the Spanish Republic was ranked first in the XXVIII Summer Games in Athens for the Paraguay victory, which has never been done by an Argentinian men's team in the men's soccer cup.
Messi is Latin America's prime hopes for the 2008 Olympic medal. However, there were troubles Messi sent to Beijing: his club did not approve of his Olympic participation. After a long conflict between the Spanish club and the AFA (Argentine Football Association), Messi was represented at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, where he won his second major event after Nigeria was victorious. extraordinary achievements in the history of the Olympic championship. It was interesting to note that Messi was a great Olympic champion in the People's Republic of China (PRC).
From Pele (Edson Arantes do Nascimento) – a long-standing Brazilian player – and Maradona, Messi won an Olympic gold medal after Argentina defeated six countries at the Men's Olympic Football League at the 29th Olympic Games in China and became the a world-class footballer who has won the trophy of modern Olympic games since the early 1950s when Ferenc Puskás took the Hungarian team at the first Olympic Games at the Finnish Summer Games.
Soccer Tournment had such strong names as Brazil, Belgium, the Netherlands and Ivory. This Spanish professional coach also helped Argentina with the second straight Olympic title; the nation's fourth Olympic year in men's football. Looking for gold in the People's Republic, Messi is considered one of Latin America's most important Olympic athletes. Despite this, his trophy was flooded with Michael Phelps' victory, Jamaica Usain Powell (three times Olympic gold medal) and another champion.
Messi won the world's best football in 2008.
At the beginning of 2009 Barcelona 2-1 won the Racing de Santander as Messi's most significant match in the last 45 minutes. Messi went to the match when he defeated his club (0-1), but he confirmed his international status when he managed to break a defense against Santander. During the game, the Spanish team reached Messi with a goal of 5,000
After spanish world wide news, it was crucial when his club made a convincing 6-2 victory over Real Madrid at Santiago de Bernabu Stadium, Spain's capital city — Undoubtedly, one of the greatest games in Messi's sport. Traditionally, this game has attracted many neutral fans around the world. Another important achievement of Messi was the third time Joan Gamper Trophy was on the Barcelona side of the line. In 2008, he won 10 unique awards
His Game Speaks for Himself
In the 2009-10 season, Messi made a sporting revolution in Barcelona. Shockingly, his side won all the championships. Some of the athletes and athletes are better than Maradona and Pele
in five prestigious tournaments: the Champions League, the UEFA Supercup, the Spanish Cup (Copa del Rey), the National League and the Spanish Super Cup Messi was the leader of the FIFA Club World Cup in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in Spain on the occasion of the 2009 anniversary, and Spain became the most popular person and Barcelona became one of the most successful clubs in football history. In addition to winning the events, he has collected more than 15 unique awards in America, the Persian Gulf and Western Europe: the world title of the year, Alfredo Di Stefano Trophy, World Selection, Club World Cup and Champions Trophy
In April 2010, one of the most interesting statistics came from Messi when Barcelona became the first football player to win four goals in the Champions League – all against Arsenal FC Similarly, he was named in the football world as Barcelona's Champions League (25 league titles ) was the best goal scorer. Later Messi helped the club to capture the Spanish championship and win two special trophies for the best player.
Spain: Best Home Football
Not all of Messi's games were recognized in 2010. Despite optimism from Messi's strong Western European performance, Germany (0-4) eliminated the Argentine side and thus secured the top five positions in FIFA's global competition, which is Messi's most discounted result for this period (19659003). Argentina's men's national football team started out in Africa's third World Cup mission. Since its inception, Los Celestes has been the first player in the 2010 South African World Cup title. Before the Fourth Race, the South American nation had four victories: Nigeria (1-0), South Korea (4-1), Greece (2-0) and Mexico (3-1). Ironically, the Spanish national team won the Global Cup for the first time.
Although one of the most prominent athletes in the century, Messi has not won the World Championships (2006 and 2010). Production in sub-Saharan Africa was poor: it did not score a single goal. So far his results have been clouded in comparison to Maradona and Peleja. In September 2010, Messi's game captured the audience, experts and sportsmen to fans, set up new Spanish and European records. For the third consecutive time, he became the highest goalscorer of the Champions League. It was incredible. The biggest football player in the event was the "perfect machine". Messi's idol, the Barcelona club, gathered for two consecutive years in two competitions – the national championship and then the Champions League – holidays in the Spanish city of Barcelona. Meanwhile, he won the FIFA Ballon d & # 39; Or. These victories helped to create an excellent relationship between Messi and his fans in Spain and beyond. But in his country there is another mood. In Brazil, in the 2007 South American Cup finals, Brazil disturbed the side of Argentina (there Messi appeared in all six of the nation's games). Four years later, the traditional event was in Argentina. There, the host nation entered the regional competition, but did not even make half-time. On the eve of the event Argentina was a gold medalist, well ahead of Brazil and Uruguay.
Unfortunately, Messi could not do anything. Despite the extraordinary results achieved in Western Europe, the impressive Latino player was unable to lead the Argentine side to win Copa America for the second time, which was strongly criticized by Argentine football fans.
The local team had two draws with Bolivia (1-1) and Colombia (0-0) before defeating Costa Rica (3-0) and in the quarter-finals the Uruguayan (4-5) final champion. In his own country, Messi did not find a single goal (except for the penalty) at the Latin American championship.
Undoubtedly, some footballers do not understand why the Argentine national team can not win international competitions with the world's most prominent footballer.
Spearheaded Messi, the Barcelona club in August 2011 captured the Spanish Supercup. A nyolc góldal Messi volt a legjobb versenyző a nemzeti versenyen, Raúl González Blanco előtt. Néhány héten belül megnyerte az európai szuperkupa is. 2011. december 18-án Barcelona elnyerte a Club World Cupot, Brazíliában a Santos-ot (4-0). Ott Messi volt a verseny legértékesebb sportolója. Megdöbbentően Messi lett a legjobb gólszerző (236 gól) a Barca történetében 2012. március 31-én.
A gyermekek jogainak ügyvédje
Latin-amerikai figyelemre méltó labdarúgó-játékos Messi Argentína hosszú ideig tartó ügyvédjének a szegény gyermekek jogait illetően. By 2007, he created a self-named foundation,whose principal aim is to improve education and health care of the future generation of Argentina's boys and girls. Recently named UN Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), Messi works closely with the international organization, increasing global awareness and providing financial aid to programs for children and mothers on Earth.
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