Spanish Paper Talk: Spain Re-Group But It Is Now The ‘Hour Of Messi’

Barca star ‘generates a lot of love and a lot of fear’.

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as Vicente Del Bosque tries to recompose his team while Lionel Messi prepares to make his debut in Brazil.


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– Pride of the wounded champion.

– The side recompose themselves after the shipwreck. Spain does not give up.

– Sergio Ramos: We have to be stronger than ever, we have not been sent home yet.

– Del Bosque: If there are changes, it’s not to point the finger at anyone.

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– Messi in the Maracana.

– Mourinho’s truths.

– Diego Costa: I want him in my team and I fully trust that he will come.

– Ramires: We will not sell him to Madrid, he already knows he’s staying at Chelsea.

– Courtois: There is no history, when the World Cup ends he returns to Stamford Bridge.

– Varane: I am not interested in any Madrid players.

– Correa to have heart operation. A heart condition detected in the new signing.


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– A state of shock.

– Del Bosque: When I entered the dressing room Casillas was blaming himself, but we are all to blame.

– The group can’t find an explanation for the disaster against Holland.

– Atletico put the signing of Correa on hold.

– They will wait on the result of the cardiac microsurgery that will be performed.

– Bale: I’m aiming for the Balon D’Or and to win everything with Madrid.

– A message to his fans.

– Costa Rica cause a stir against Uruguay.

– Another former World Champion in trouble.

– Italy beat England in the best game of the World Cup so far.


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– The hour of Messi.

– Leo debuts in his third World Cup in search of the title.

– The Barca star generates a lot of love and a lot of fear.

– Del Bosque shows face: There could be changes.

– Morata wants to go to Juventus.

– Reus closer than Kun.

– The German who Luis Enrique likes, higher on the list because of the difficulty of signing Aguero.

– Barca won’t throw the towel in over Koke.

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