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Great read but I just wish it was up to date.,
This review is from: Messi: The Inside Story of the Boy who Became Legend: The Inside Story of the Boy Who Became a Legend (Paperback)Very informative book. From his humble background in Rosario to his dizzy heights in Spain. It reads well and gives all the details you could want. I just wish there was one written to cover this last two years so that the author could stop the constant debate about who was better, Messi or Maradonna. As we all know that comparison, thanks to the last two seasons, is like comparing Barcelona FC with the Cricketers Arms. Messi has proved himself to be the best footballer who has ever lived and not by a short distance either. Come on Luca, write another and this time lets have more about how he fared this last few years.
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Initial post: 3 Nov 2011 12:33:58 GMT
You really think little Messi is that much better than Little Maradona or the other greats? LOL. I love all the great players every single one of them, but this black and white "who is best" really is pathetic and pushed almost exclusively by complete eeediots.
In reply to an earlier post on 3 Nov 2011 12:55:18 GMT
G. Valentine says:
Oh dear, whats the matter, school closed at the moment? Face facts, Messi IS the best player the world has ever seen and you know it. Just get over it sonny boy and pull down that poster of Ronaldo, this is a review not an open forum for your worthless opinions.. go play with facebook or twitter.
Posted on 25 Mar 2012 20:37:31 BDT
A. Hasnath says:
Mate, best player that ever lived? Messi can get snuffed out of big games by teams that know how to defend. He is quiet in a LOT of games.
Best player ever was Ronaldo, the Brazilian one. Watch his pace and acceleration from his Inter days - he was unstoppable.
In reply to an earlier post on 26 Mar 2012 09:29:32 BDT
G. Valentine says:
Oh lmao, that is so funny. Listen to any commentator in any country in the world. Listen to anyone who knows anything at all about football. You, my friend, are in a very small group indeed. As for Messi getting snubbed in "big" games, I think the classico's are quite big, he scored three against your beloved real madrid and made two assists in the supercup, or how about the champions league final, or the fifty plus goals he has already scored this season, or the fact that he is Barca's highest scorer of all time. Oh and what about him winning the Ballon D'or for the third time. I could go on and on and on and on... you are way out of your depth here mate, I suggest you leave comments about reviews of the best telly tubby of all time, or perhaps the best Blue Peter presenter of all time, anything but football eh?
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