Robbie Deighan looks at the benefits of having Luis Suárez as Lionel Messi’s partner in crime at Barcelona.
Posts Tagged ‘Messi’
With the January transfer window open, Alex Wood looks at some of the potential movers before the end of the month.
Josh Bland gets out his crystal ball for the World Cup next year.
We all know what we want. Three of South America’s finest players and Tevez (jokes!) playing some football tennis. The clip below is from a few years ago and even gets heated at a stage, with Maradona demonstrating he hasn’t lost his competitive edge. Enjoy! Video uploaded by MaRcOMeKiNa
Anmol Ali is optimistic about AC Milan’s future despite their midweek Champions League exit.
James Nalton looks back at one of the key positions of 2012 and some of the players who defined it.
Dan of Zizou Blog looks at how the world’s best player came to be.
Back Page Football’s resident UEFA Champions League correspondent Ger McCarthy reviews the first week of the knockout phase of the 2012 competition and predicts how each of the second legs in the respective ties will go.
Another El Clasico, another Barcelona victory and another controversial moment involving Lionel Messi. Just your average Wednesday night showdown then between two of football’s bitterest rivals writes Ger McCarthy.
Ger McCarthy previews Tuesday night’s Champions League action where Chelsea will be fighting for their lives against Valencia.