The majority of players and managers seem to have been given some sort of nick name these days, but some are unquestionably more catchy and memorable than others. And we've prepared a list of the 7 best football nicknames in the world, in no particular order, so let us know what you think of the ones we've chosen and if we've left any gems off our final list.
It was an eventful afternoon at the Parc Des Princes as 6-time Ballon D'or winner Lionel Messi saved Paris Saint-Germain by netting two important goals. So far this season, the Argentinian star has scored 3 goals for the French giants in the Champions League. Photo credit: PSG Inside
All football clubs own the right to all their football player or the football teams, investors also have partial ownership or share of all football players (that is because footballers are treated like merchandise). A club can legally claim a fee for discovering and getting the player into professional football.
Lionel Messi has scored a lot goals during his time at FC Barcelona, but he has only apologized for scoring one goal. There are many reasons a player would apologized for a goal: One of the reasons for asking for forgiveness after scoring a goal is scoring against your ex club, but Lionel Messi has only played for FC Barcelona before his recent move to Paris Saint-Germain.
It's going to be very interesting to see how Paris Saint-Germain will lineup after the international break as they will welcome a host of their key players. Image via Telegram Sergio Ramos, who hasn't featured for PSG since he joined last summer, is expected to play his first match for the Les Parisiens after the internationals.
Barcelona are interested in bringing over Paulo Dybala from Juventus next summer, since the Argentinian will be available for free as his contract expires in June 2022. He currently has only one year remaining on his contract with Juventus and hasn’t renewed with the Italian club yet.
After several weeks of speculations, Messi's move to Paris Saint-Germain has now been confirmed. Photo credit: Twitter/@FabrizioRomano According to reliable sports journalist, Fabrizio Romano, the Argentinian great will sign a two-year contract that will see him earn about €35 million per year.
Ever since the establishment of modern football, fans have experienced many heartbreaking moments, either connected to their clubs or any other team. (1)Emiliano Sala On the 21st of January 2019, this Argentinian player passed away after his plane crashed. He was on the way to his newly signed club, Cardiff City, but he met his end.
Lionel Messi recently reached another milestone in his professional career by overtaking Pele's record to become the all-time top-scoring South American player in international football. (Photo credit: Barca website/Football Espana). While the 34 years old Argentinian forward deserve all the media adulation he has been getting since his latest career achievement, one African player achieved the same feat in the past but he does not get much attention from fans and the media.
In 2012, Lionel Messi broke and recreated one of the most toughest record in the World of football. He scored 91 goals in a single calendar year. Gerd Muller of Germany was the only player holding that record for 40 years until Argentinian captain so passed him in 2012.
Despite having left Barcelona to join Paris Saint Germain for free on a two-year deal, Lionel Messi is expected to earn a staggering N70.5 billion (£94m) in wages during his reign at the club. Lionel messi parted ways with his boyhood club Barcelona following their inability to renew his deal - thereby ending their 21-year-old relationship.
Over the past few years, we've seen clubs do good business in the transfer market as they got players that fit into their squad seamlessly. On the other hand, we've also seen some others do bad business. Photo credit: Football Daily So without further ado, here's SportsBlitz.ng definitive ranking of the 5 worst transfers in football in the last 10 years.
Barcelona and her fans are still regretting the departure of their star player Lionel Messi from the club. Lionel Messi had been in the club for so many years and won many trophies for them. All these years Lionel Messi had been wearing the no. 10 jersey he got from Ronaldinho.
The Argentinian footballer who left the Spanish Club, Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain, a French Club has been unveiled in a new video with over six (6) Million views online. Lionel Messi, a 34 years old Argentinian footballer Departed Barcelona for Paris Saint-Germain on a two years contract deal worth £25m per year.
Recall that on 8 August, 2021, the Argentinian six-time Ballon d'Or winner, Lionel Messi had expressed his sadness after being forced to cut short his time with the Blaugrana due to a breakdown in contract talks at his final press conference as a Barcelona player. Messi became a free agent upon the expiration of his contract at Barca in June, and the club confirmed on Friday that they have been unable to tie him down to a new deal due to club's financial situation.
So Today, let’s talk about the very frequently asked question and that is “who has more fans, Messi or Ronaldo?“. And in this article we will try to analyze and answer the question and the Ronaldo fans vs Messi fans rivalry. No doubt, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are two of the best footballers of the present generation.
Argentina defeated Bolivia by 3-0 in a world Cup qualifying match played in the early hours of today. Argentina national team captain and Paris St Germain star, Lionel Messi singlehandedly won the match for his country by a scoring a hattrick. Lionel Messi is a player that is known for breaking records and he hasn't stopped, he scored a hattrick against Bolivia to set three brilliant individual records.
The Ballon d’Or award is given out by France Football to the best player of the year, and the conversation for the award is still on. The official announcement will be made in November, but the debate for the rightful recipient is in full force amongst fans.
Throughout the history of football, some superb football players and managers have come a long way in creating their record, which has not been broken by any player till today. Here are some of the records and the people who created them; -Sadio Mané [fastest hat-trick]
The arrival of Lionel Messi at PSG is finally official. Lionel Messi is officially a PSG player. He has already put pen to papers to complete the greatest transfer in football history. His contract includes a clause that demonstrates the importance of the selection for the Argentine.