Messi: “I’d like to go out and nobody could know me”
September 12, 2011
Lio Messi, the player who claims to be proud and happy being Argentinian, opened his heart about his relationship with fame in Debate Final on Fox Sports. The “pulga” talked around, selection, Barcelona, career and about the criticism.
“I don’t listen to Mourinho, though sometimes he says things and makes you warm,” he said of the provocations launched by thecoach of Real Madrid.
He focuses on the Barcelona and thus characterizes the time: ”This team would not be the same without Pepe Guardiola. At theBarcelona would not trade it for anything. I like being in the moment the club and share with Xavi and Iniesta, who are, together with Cristiano Ronaldo, the best in the world. ”
But recognize that is not too comfortable with fame: “I’d like to goand no one knew me, but I appreciate the love of all. I’m used to,but there are things that still continue to surprise me, as I did in India ”
He also spoke of the Argentina and the new stage of Sabella: “Starting from scratch is not easy, but the coach took the little timewe had. It’s a mistake to compare Argentina with Barcelona because the club is the best team in the world. the selectionunder a lot to receive the ball and the club I’m closer to the rival goal, but does not bother me because it is best for the team at this time. Although Sabella intends to play are closer. One of myshortcomings is that if I have the ball at times I get lost in the game. ”
He added in answer to rumors about a possible departure from the player ”albiceleste” ”I never thought I’d let the selection. Iwant to say that I am proud to be Argentine and I’ll always want toplay for my team. Winning Selected titles with is the big thorn that I have. I know I will get a World Cup. I have this illusion …”.