Will Messi be back for Argentina?

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Will Messi be back for Argentina?

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  1. easoccer

    easoccer Established Member

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    For sure but the AFA has some large issues to sort out to ensure so I think.
     
  3. easoccer

    easoccer Established Member

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    From what I understand he is unhappy with the organization issues and not so much the players around him. I was surprised to see him act this way but if there is anyone you move mountains for its MESSI.
     
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    I haven't looked into it yet - I suppose I could employ my google skills - but apparently multiple players quit, not just Messi. The Argentina government took over the soccer fed. I am quite interested to know what the issues are!

    Having watched The Real Football Factories, I can tell you the mob is entrenched with club football in Argentina. My guess is the same holds true for the federation (ad Maradona).
     
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    I feel like Messi was under an huge amount of stress which lead to him making such a rash decision. I mean when you lose 3 straight finals im pretty sure it can stress someone out alot. I do hope he returns as the world cup will not be as exciting without him
     
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  7. TKBC

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    lol the league will go ahead with or without Messi in the national team.

    But yes, he'll return.

    Have you watched The Real Football Factories? Huge amount of corruption/mafia in the Argentine league so you can be sure it's in the national team set-up too. Not surprised the government finally took over and Messi finally walked.
     

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