Argentina awaits the arrival in the next few days of Lionel Messi on his return to the national team, currently his greatest source of joy, and whose technical team thinks that the boos suffered in Paris will not affect him ahead of the qualifying matches against Venezuela and Ecuador.
The repudiation manifested by the fans of Paris Saint Germain against Messi in the match against Bordeaux last weekend at the Parc des Princes “for us it is not an alert because here it is disconnected”, declared former defender Roberto Ayalaone of the field assistants of the technical director Lionel Scaloni in the Argentine national team.
“We see Messi well. He is a boy who transforms when he comes to the national team. He is very contained by the group, and also wants to be seen as one more. For many, he is the idol and is next door. Here you have a good time, enjoy. This is how it is seen and transmitted. I see him as a leader, not only on the field, but with small gestures. That has a lot of value for us”, assured Ayala in an interview with radio Network.
With Argentina already qualified, Messi returns to the national team after being absent on the double date in January and February past against Chile and Colombia. Now, the albiceleste must play against Venezuela on March 25 in Buenos Aires and against Ecuador on March 29 in Guayaquil.
Another who referred to Messi’s current situation was Marcelo Gallardo, River coach and former Monaco and PSG player. “In football nothing attracts attention. I understand that in other places they also experience football in a different way, and if they have to fail, they do it that way. I don’t share it, not at all,” he said.
Gallardo, in addition, He evoked the questions of the Argentines themselves to Messi when the results were not as expected in the albiceleste.
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“Us We mistreated Messi a lot too. Let’s not act patriotic either, I have listened to many people and he was mistreated a lot, before he resigned from the national team (after losing the final of the Copa América Centenario in 2016). Thank God he repented and came back. But remember, let’s remember too,” he insisted. Gallant.
In social networks, many fans showed disbelief at the reproaches for Messi in Paris, and among the reactions, the official account of the Sacachispas club (second division) wrote on Twitter “Having money makes you more stupid (stupid)… How are they going to whistle at Messi”. (D)
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