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Quotes on Little Leo
"Yes, mein Fuhrer!" - Messi's (little Leo's) teammates on him.
"I once dared to try to score instead of passing the ball to him for the 100th time, during a game. I was immediately taken off of the team and never again played until I promised to play only (only!) for him to shine." - Barcelona teammate who preferred to stay anonymous.
"Leo is so humble and such a great team player." - Barcelona teammate talking while with a Kalashnikov pointed to his head.
"So, number one priority: make Leo shine. Number two priority: play for him and only for him to shine. Number three priority: your function is to make Leo shine. Number four priority: no football from you. Your football consists in making him shine. YOU HEAR ME?" - Pep Guardiola during a pre-game talk.
"Leo Messi, the equivalent to Barça's Kim Il-sung?!" - Captain Obvious thinking.
Lionel Andréa Messi (born 24 June 1987 in Rosario) is a football player who currently plays for FC Barcelona and the Brasil national team as a forward or winger and some times goalie.He recently played goalie for Barcelona during training. This proved to his Barcelona teammates they are useless and all they do every game is stand around. Experts predict the day Messi will play as all eleven men is coming nearer by the second. Considered one of the best midget football players of his generation, Messi shows it by his great skill with and without the ball, leading many people, as well as the great Maradona, to proclaim him as his successor, despite overtaking this status from Javier Saviola.
Messi is a boy with the height of 5`7 feet that only has a left foot and can run beneath people's legs, hence the name little Maradona. Argentina are about to qualify for the FIFA World Cup to his potential and skill of his left leg with a ball. At the age of FC Barcelona, a ridiculously wealthy corporation run by The Man, noticed his talent with his left foot. This happened when, "A stray football hit his baby capsule and he precisely volleyed it straight back where it came from," a very reliable source stated.
By the time he was six, Messi had (unknowingly) reached his peak height and burst into the youth team at Barca a few years later. Messi's ability to dodge the mindless tackles of brutish (probably English) defenders grabbed the attention of people high up in FC Barcelona's management and he was consequently added to the first team. His Spanish First Division debut was against a team that nobody cares about (Real Madrid) and thus the name has been widely forgotten worldwide. Netting a few goals whilst displaying his unearthly talent gave the team fans high hopes that when he grew taller he would be able to display his talent on the world stage. Unfortunately, the only part of him that continued to grow was his hair, which seems to contain a natural layer of grease or other lubricant. This is also unfortunate because it makes headers a lot harder for him to do.
Despite this, he has shown enough talent in one foot to earn a spot as one of the best players in the world by placing second in the FIFA World Player rankings in 2007 and 2008, which is when a whole bunch of mentally challenged journalists vote on who is the best. This obviously means that only the players who are truly the best will win it *cough* *cough*. It is speculated that Messi will never win the FIFA World Player Award because he looks like a goblin compared to the Portuguese and Brazilian Gods known as Cristiano Ronaldo and Kaka. But he won the FIFA World Player Awards in 2009 and 2010 for having the "messi"est room in the world.
Skills, if you can call them that
Defenders are mind controlled by Messi, to make the defenders to just suck they would trip over there shoe lace and Messi would just walk through the field. Messi's most outstanding "skill" is his ability to maneuver his body at high velocity using only one foot whilst controlling a ball. How he accomplishes such a feat is beyond modern science. How his neck is able to carry the combined weight of his oversized [[nhies before he can get it in then he would go back to where he was standing and pretend he shot.
Life outside football
Outside of football Messi's life is a bit different to that of everyday people. He is required to use assistance such as booster seats and stools for reaching high shelves. This is the price he must pay for being Maradona's (secret) son. Messi has become an ambassador for short statured people who think that other people hate them or even give them a second thought. Apart from being the son of
that short wierdo idiot Maradona, he is rumored to be the twin brother of Severus Greasball Snape.
Further proof of his heritage
As mentioned before, Messi's skill at hand-balling represent Maradona's infamous 'Hand of God'. We can now safely say that Messi is in fact the son of Maradona. Many Argentinians believe that because of this he is equal to Pesus, but it can be hard to understand why because Spanish is too complicated.
Messi again confirmed that she is Maradona's son when he copied Maradona's famous World Cup goal touch for touch by running half of the field through players to score with his LEFT FOOT. Plus they have both played for Barcelona, with jersey number 10. Think about it.
When he was young he worked as a paper-boy, delivering papers throughout Buenos Aires, where there are no road rules. I always thought Buenos Aires was in Finland. I am going to kill that idiotic bar owner. Many of his fanboy cult believe that he developed his superb evasive abilities by dodging and diving away from crazy Spanish taxi drivers with huge moustaches for hours every morning.
- His nose is in fact normal size, it just appears big on him.
- Some people think that his hair is the key to his abilities, much like Samson.
- He has a Huge left index finger.
- He does not know that he is playing football... He is merely in his sleep. When he is awake he works for Lidl.
- His hair is cut very much by himself
...as a result it starts to represent either a mop or an imbecile in different lighting.
- 'Messi' is short 'messiah'