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17:13

Sport

A defining week for Barcelona

Rob Palmer

...later, his best promise is picking up Sergio Agüero when he becomes a free agent in the summer. The best he can do on the Lionel Messi predicament is opine that "Messi will weigh up the offer we will make him." Laporta is the greater showman, which is ... presidential desk and will have to turn promises into policy. He will have a cup final to look forward to, but also a date in his diary with Messi's 'people' who have to be persuaded by the new project. The biggest question is the billion-dollar question.

14:35

Sport

Time for Messi to go?

Rob Palmer

Here it is, I'm finally going to say it... It's time to end the marriage of Lionel Messi and FC Barcelona. The relationship turned sour in the summer. It looked like a little counselling had cleared the air, however it's clearly not working and ... the once-perfect relationship is beyond repair. Messi appears unmotivated and the club's financial situation is worsening. He can leave in the summer for free, but it may be best for everyone if they could persuade someone to pay a fee in the winter ... transfer window, take him out of his misery and lighten the wage bill. When Neymar went public with his desire to reunite with Messi one last time, many assumed he was hinting at a return to the Camp Nou. In reality, it's more likely that Messi would have

14:50

Sport

A staggering sum of money

Rob Palmer

It's a moral dilemma, we don't want to delve into the pay packet of Lionel Messi, but it is human instinct to have a little peek. The newspaper El Mundo led with a headline that just looked like a random set of nine numbers this week - ... Germain and Manchester City. Messi would improve any team in the world and he earns far more than anyone else because he is far better than everyone else. He gets paid for more than his football talents though. In normal times 10,000 punters pass through ... the doors of the Camp Nou Museum. The tour ends in the club shop where you feel obliged to take home a gift. My parents and the Real Madrid star Isco have one thing in common - a dog called Messi and I'm sure he's also bought a dog coat with the

15:36

Sport

A Messi situation

Rob Palmer

...week. I suspect Ronald Koeman had a cup of tea with this fellow and thought "I will use that one when I get my next club job". Cue his meeting with Lionel Messi. When the new Barcelona coach told the club captain that his previous privileges were ... about to be curtailed, the Argentinian's agent was straight onto the fax machine. Messi's "people" quickly informed the Camp Nou hierarchy that the famous number 10 shirt can have a new occupant in the future. The epicentre of this footballing ... earthquake is in Barcelona - but the aftershocks are felt everywhere, and this promises to be just the beginning. It's well-publicised that there's a clause in Messi's contract allowing him to leave on a free transfer at the end of every season. While

12:51

Sport

The inquest in Spanish football begins

Rob Palmer

...counterparts are still basking in recent glories. I've touched on Barcelona's mismanagement and their early Champions League exit means they need to start from scratch. Life after Messi isn't far away, and they need a whole new plan. A couple of years ago

15:37

Sport

'Playing in the Champions League was worth it, even if it led to where Malaga are now'

pedro luis alonso

...shape to stop the other side from playing, but if you’ve got someone like Messi, you have to give him freedom. But there are only about ten or fifteen players in the world who can be afforded this luxury because of the difference they can make. It takes ... Cristiano Ronaldo and Messi? For me, it will be someone who has at least a decade at the highest standard and isn't affected by injuries. There are players like Mbappé and Haaland who’ve shown their potential, but they would need to be consistently scoring ... 35 to 40 goals a season to be considered on the same level as Messi or Ronaldo. Longevity is key. For me, this is what sets Messi ahead of even Diego Maradona. What was your reaction to the death of Maradona? I thought it was very sad that his

16:21

Sport

Emerging from the shadows

Rob Palmer

The King of Catalonia may not have abdicated but the Prince has been anointed and is clearly ready for the accession. Lionel Messi grabbed most of the headlines and media spotlight by teasing Barcelona for the short summer recess as his successor ... score a Liga double; youngest to get sent off in the Catalan derby against Espanyol. The Messi saga provided a smokescreen for the phenomenal achievements of an incredibly talented footballer who doesn't turn 18 until October. As the press were ... distracted by Messi-mania, he made his debut as a substitute against Germany. As the fuss lessened, he exploded onto the international scene by winning a penalty within two minutes of his full debut against Ukraine. He topped it off by becoming Spain's

15:23

Sport

No napkin big enough

Rob Palmer

When 12-year-old Lionel Messi agreed to sign for FC Barcelona, a signature on a napkin was enough to seal the deal; now there aren't enough napkins in the world to cover the paperwork. It threatens to be the most complicated legal battle the ... leaving, and he's had enough of carrying the team. This isn't too different to when I left The Queens for rival pub The Avenue. Football can be simple at times. Messi has always played at Barcelona, his formative years have been in the city, his family ... to keep the family home and unit together. Mrs Messi, Antonella, has always kept a low profile and continued her education as he developed his amazing career. The same can't be said for his father Jorge. He was the one who insisted on the napkin

13:05

Sport

Spain's big boys set to miss out big time

Rob Palmer

...sides balance their finances, which probably rules Barcelona out for a few years. So, if there is to be a repeat of the 'who is the greatest?' argument, à la Ronaldo and Messi, with Haaland and Mbappé it's unlikely the players will be in the colours of

14:57

Sport

History repeating

Rob Palmer

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Now he's likened to the unfortunate Darren Anderton who was nicknamed 'Sicknote'. The issue with Messi and Ronaldo is getting them to sit out the odd game. The problem with Bale is getting him to play the odd game. At