“Blah, blah, blah”: Lionel Messi’s father throws a “dart” at his son’s critics and his seventh Ballon d’Or

The delivery of the seventh Ballon d’Or to Lionel Messi continues to give something to talk about. Former footballers, coaches and all kinds of people linked to the beautiful game continue to consider Robert Lewandowski the deserving of the distinction.

However, there are also many people who defend the Flea award, because in the 2020-2021 academic year he achieved many things with Barcelona, ​​the Argentine National Team and to a lesser extent with PSG.

But the noise made by the comments of Lewandowski’s agent, the exporter, Iker Casillas, the former captain of Germany, Lothar Matheus, among many others, is so much that Jorge Messi, Leo’s father, published a controversial message on his account. Instagram.

It was short and concise: blah, blah, blah… Keep going. And it was accompanied by a photo of Lionel Andrés holding the seventh Ballon d’Or in his brand new history.

Jorge Messi doesn’t post much on Instagram, just 40 times he has. More than 300 thousand people follow him and he follows 60, including his son.

Jorge Messi is low-key. He is rarely seen on the public stage arguing about his son, whom he also represents.

The last time he was active in the media was when Messi opted to sign with Paris Saint Germain. Since then, and not even at the private party after winning the seventh Ballon d’Or, he had been seen.

It is cautious to upload photos together with Leo. But Jorge Messi is not the only claim. Messi’s former coach at Barcelona, ​​Pep Guardiola, also joined those who defend him.

We can never say that it is unfair that Leo Messi wins a Ballon d’Or. His performances are too good. Come on! It is a show, a good deal to make football more entertaining. I also want to congratulate Alexia, Pedri and all the winners. Of course, also to Leo Messi for a new award. I’m not the one to say if he deserves it or not. It is never unfair that I win it ”.

On November 29, France Football magazine presented the award to Messi. Behind him was Lewandowski, who was given the new “scorer of the year” award for the first time.

In fact, the Argentine asked the magazine to deliver the 2020 Ballon d’Or to the Pole, because in the 2019-20 academic year he made an extraordinary campaign. “He deserves to have him at home,” Messi said.


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