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Lionel Messi addresses his recent outburst at Barcelona’s board as he commits himself to the club

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Lionel Messi addresses his recent outburst at Barcelona

Lionel Messi has addressed his recent outbursts at Barcelona’s board by reassuring fans that he is fully committed to the team after he tried to make a move out of the club. 

Recall that the Argentine playmaker attempted to make a move to Manchester City but after a huge debate surrounding the release clause in his contract, he decided to stay. 


During a brutally honest tell-all interview, Messi took several shots at the Barcelona’s board and later blasted the club for selling his friend and striker partner, Luis Suarez to Athletico Madrid.  


Speaking in a new with Diario SPORT, the six-time Ballon d’Or winner said he acted in the best interests of the club and has now committed himself to the team. 


“After so many disagreements, I would like to put an end to it. All Barça fans must unite and know that the best is yet to come,” the Argentine told Diario SPORT.


“We must leave aside our differences. In particular I take responsibility for my mistakes, which, if they exist, were made as I attempted to make a stronger and better Barcelona,” Messi said.

“The only way for us to achieve our goals is by bringing passion and excitement, always united and rowing in the same direction.

“Today, my commitment to this shirt and to this shield is total, it remains intact,” the captain said.

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Guardiola names favourites to win champions league

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Manchester City Manager, Pep Guardiola, has named Bayern Munich as the top picks to win the Champions League in front of them.

Guardiola’s men are on course to advance into the quarter-finals, following their 2-0 triumph over Borussia Monchengladbach, on Wednesday night.

Goals from Bernardo Silva and Gabriel Jesus got the success for City, who have now won their last 19 games altogether.

Be that as it may, notwithstanding his side’s great structure, Guardiola feels Bayern Munich, who pounded Lazio 4-1 in their keep going 16 first leg on Tuesday, are better positioned to win the Champions League this term.

He disclosed to BT Sport: “When I see Bayern Munich I don’t think we are favourites.

My target is West Ham in three days.“If people say we are favourites, we have to accept it, but a team who, in their whole history, has been to a semi-final once? OK, they say it, we have to accept it.”

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Nagelsmann to replace mourinho if sacked

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Tottenham Hotspur have chosen Julian Nagelsmann as the one who will replace Jose Mourinho as their supervisor if the Portuguese is sacked, the UK Telegraph reports.

Mourinho is using up all his time to save his work in North London. Spurs have gone from the highest point of the association to 10th spot within few months.

They are at present, nine points off Champions League placement, while they likewise left the FA Cup because of Everton.

Mourinho presently faces an unequivocal 12-day time span in which Spurs play four games against Wolfsberger in the Europa League, at that point Burnley, Fulham and Crystal Palace in the Premier League.

A loss in any of those matches could spell the end for Mourinho, with nine points the minimum requirement, albeit the previous Chelsea and Manchester United coach does in any case hold the help of Daniel Levy for the time being.

Nagelsmann, 33, who beat Spurs and Mourinho out of the Champions League 4-0 on total last season, is viewed as quite possibly the most energizing youthful coach in Europe.

Chelsea moved toward the German prior to going to Thomas Tuchel when they fired Frank Lampard, yet he would not like to leave Leipzig mid season.

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Tuchel says his priority is not the champions leagues

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Chelsea coach, Thomas Tuchel, has said the Champions League isn’t a need for him. Tuchel expressed this just before their last-16 first leg against Atlético Madrid on Tuesday.

As indicated by the German who arrived at the last season with Paris Saint-Germain, the opposition won’t outweigh others.

“My priority is the next game we play.

“That has never been different and hopefully will never change. It is exactly what I expect from my players and my teams: that when we wear a Chelsea shirt, we play a Chelsea game and that means we play to win and give 100 per cent of effort and intensity.

“It’s very nice and exciting to play Champions League games in the knockout stages, but there is no preference,” Tuchel said.

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