Its Malaga vs Real Madrid. This will be a nostalgia for several Malaga’s members like Manuel Pellegrini, the ex Real Madrid coach, Julio Baptista and Javier Saviola 2 former Real Madrid’s players. What will happen at La Roselada next Sunday? Will this be a david vs Goliath Case? Where Malaga will steal 3 points from the injured Galactico? Or will it be another day for the predator to kill their prey?
Lionel Messi is the most humble footballer that you’ll ever come across. He’ll be the last player to suggest that he is the best player at the moment let alone the best of all time. Since he broke Gerd Muller’s goal record of the most goals scored in one calendar year, his reputation of being the World’s best has taken a step-up as people are saying he is the best of all time.
There’s no doubt he is the best player of this generation but questions still loom over whether he is better than the Maradona and Pele. Everyone can see similarities between Messi and Maradona. The close control, the pace of their dribbling and most of all their appetite for goals. But if you can compare the two players, it becomes very difficult to choose. Many people say Messi needs Barcelona to play well as he doesn’t perform whilst with Argentina. Whereas Maradona played in average Napoli and Argentina sides which were highly successful.
Lionel Messi today signed a contract that will keep him at the Nou Camp until he's 31. Making it seem he could end his career at the Catalan club. After being previously signed up until 2016, he's shown his dedication to the club he joined as a 13 year old from Argetine outfit, Newell's Old Boys. He can perhaps be decribed as 'football's best bargain'.
His dedication comes at no suprise. Every game won, every goal scored and every record broken. He looks like he loves the game and Barcelona as a team. The deal is for the good of football, it does seem unimaginable Messi playing anywhere else other than in Catalonia.
Radamel Falcao is arguably the hottest striker in the whole of Europe right now, scoring 19 goals in 15 games, including 5 goals in one match against Deportivo La Coruna last weekend. His name has been on the tips of everyone’s lips when people talk about the potential big deals that will get done in the January transfer window. With interest coming from both Real Madrid & Chelsea, and with Chelsea looking to bring in a second striker to challenge Fernando Torres for the lone striker role, many believe that a deal will get done in January, rather than waiting for the summer. As it stands, Falcao’s release clause stands at €48 million, which would seem like a great deal at this time considering the vain of form he’s been in over the last few seasons, proving that he wasn’t just a one season wonder at Porto.
Francisco Román Alarcón Suárez, better known as Isco, has started the 2012/13 season with a bang, and has really announced himself on the world stage, after some exemplary Champions League performances.
He came through the famous Valencia academy, which has produced players like David Silva, but only played four games for them in the 2010/11 season, before moving to Andalusian rivals; Malaga, for six million euros, signing a five-year-contract. In his first season at Malaga he had a very solid season, even more so for a teenager, contributing to five goals and five assists in his thirty-two games played, however, after the financial problems which saw star Santi Cazorla move to Arsenal, Isco has really come into his own, and shown the world what he is capable of.