These teams go out of their way to play extraordinarily avoid relegation or to gain promotions. All you have to do to just follow these instruction & you get you body like Cristiano Ronaldo. Outside the field, Messi looks like a neighbor big boy.
Messi is a footballer of Argentine Team. He currently work in the Barcelona and the Argentine team as a forward. Considered one of the best football players of his generation, Messi got many titles. When he was 22, he won the 2010 FIFA Ballon d’Or.
When he was five years old, Messi began to play in local club and the coach was his father. But when he was eleven, he was diagnosed with the lack of hormones. As a result, this kind of illness can stop the growing of his bones. Messi was introduced to a team, but they didn’t have sufficient money to pay for the treatment for his health. Yet at last, Barcelona decided to keep him after watching him play. And if he was willing to move to Spain, the team will pay for the medical bills. So his family moved to Europe and he began with the club’s youth teams. Messi was the third person who can play football in Barcelona Team in a young age.
Then news has surfaced that Robinho is most certainly off the market for Chelsea according to Real Madrid’s president. If this is true, you’ll be seeing either a mad Chelsea scramble in the next two weeks to acquire a world-class striker or a much larger effort to appease Didier Drogba and get him back on track for this season. Failing to do both could be fatal. Arsenal also has signed Emmanuel Adebayor to a long-term deal. At 24 years old and with 30 goals last year (including 24 during league play), he represents a substantial part of the Gunners’ attack – smart move by Arsenal.
The state Liverpool were in when Rafa joined was mediocre. We had the likes of Traore, Baros and Biscan in the team. We had limited funds, at least when compared to Man U and Chelsea so we could not get the best players. First season, we miraculously won the Champions League. Everybody knew there would an overhaul of players though.
The weekend’s other big game sees third placed Villarreal take on the side in eighth, Sevilla, at the Camp El Madrigal stadium. Villarreal have a home record almost as impressive as Real Madrid as they have played ten matches at home in all competitions this season, winning nine and drawing one. Sevilla have lost both of their last two matches and they have lost two of their last three away games, conceding ten goals in those three matches. However, we are not expecting many goals to be scored in this game as both sides are tight defensively in general.
The Barcelona Shirts for home games have a simple design in the colours of red, blue and yellow. The shirt is divided into wide blue and red stripes, which gives it a genuine football feel. The world relief organisation of UNICEF is screened in block letters on the front, along with the mother and child logo for UNICEF. This is screened in the same yellow of the collar. The shirt also has a simple yellow stripe on the sleeves. The shirt fits in the Nike logo on the upper right and the Barcelona Crest on the upper left front of the shirt, all without looking too busy. This is accomplished with the clever use of three colours.
Hot shot strikers include Fernando Torres, but the likely hood of Torres joining Real Madrid is the same as the Charlie Boy becoming the King this summer. More likely will be the transfer of Dider Drogba from Chelsea. Drogba was a star performer under the Special One so will be looking to reunite with his mentor.