Soccer Star Lionel Messi by John A. TorresI thought this book was great. I want to recommend this book to Erick Guevera , Luis, Alexis Zuniga, and Christopher Perez . I want to recommend this book to Erick,Luis, and Alexis and Christopher because even though the book only has 48 pages the book has a lot of great details. For example,it tells how amazing Messi played when he was only 19 years old. He did not score many goals when he was 19 years old but he dribbled around the opponents and it was hard to take the soccer ball away from him.It also tells why he is the best soccer player. It also tells about his life and his career. This is why i want to recommend this book. I also want to recommend this book because my friends like sports and this a sports book so they might find this book great.
FC Barcelona: 25 Questions We'd Love to Ask Lionel Messi
There has never been anybody like Lionel Messi. And most probably there never will be anyone like him in the future either. The Argentine maestro is one of a kind. His ability on the ball is unparalleled and his hunger for goals can be challenged by only his eternal rival, Cristiano Ronaldo. Lionel Messi has been crowned the 'Best Player in the World' a record 5 times. And a large number of fans and experts believe that he is the greatest player to ever play the game of football. But for all his genius on the field, the Argentine is a reserved and shy character off it.
Ronaldo appears to respond to Messi winning The Best
I decided to write the 25 questions that we FC Barcelona fans would love to ask the best player on the planet, Lionel Messi. Some of the questions are serious; some questions are two-part questions, while others are to add a touch of humor to the conversation. I may not ask all the questions some of you may have. Sorry, but I wouldn't ask questions like "Do you think you're better than Cristiano Ronaldo? Have you ever looked at game video and were amazed at the things you did on the pitch? I'm curious if he ever surprises himself when watching replays of his performances.
There he earned renown as one of the greatest players in history, helping his club win more than two dozen league titles and tournaments. In , he set a record for most goals in a calendar year, and in , he was named Europe's Ballon d'Or winner for the fifth time. Messi was born on June 24, , in Rosario, Argentina. As a young boy, Messi tagged along when his two older brothers played soccer with their friends, unintimidated by the bigger boys. At the age of 8, he was recruited to join the youth system of Newell's Old Boys, a Rosario-based club. Recognizably smaller than most of the kids in his age group, Messi was eventually diagnosed by doctors as suffering from a hormone deficiency that restricted his growth. Messi's parents, Jorge and Ceclia, decided on a regimen of nightly growth-hormone injections for their son, though it soon proved impossible to pay several hundred dollars per month for the medication.