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Spanish Paper Talk: Camp Nou Make It Clear Lionel Messi Is Their Idol

Ancelotti calls for calm in Madrid after two losses…

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as the Barcelona supporters are rewarded with a devastating display from Lionel Messi.

 

Image courtesy of Marca.

– ‘Come to Madrid’.

– Crazy about a 16-year-old child! Unusual display from the club to capture the Norwegian. They have treated him like a King. He trained with Cristiano, Zidane showed him Valdebebas, he met Florentino and saw the derby next to Jose Angel Sanchez.

– Carlo: “Everything is under control”. He transmits calm to the club, who indicate that the players are responsible.

– The Camp Nou’s decision: Messi. They chant Leo and are divided about Luis Enrique during a comfortable goal feast in front of just 27,000 spectators.

– Sevilla finish off Caparros.

– Youngsters and more than enough Rojiblancos: Atletico won the derby with six youth team players and an average age of only 25.

 

Image courtesy of AS.com.

– Mou tempts Messi.

– According to the Daily Star, Chelsea are willing to pay the release clause (€250m) and would offer him a six-year contract.

– Tebas insists on paying tribute this Sunday for him surpassing Zarra.

– “I wouldn’t sign Messi”.

– Casillas spoke on COPE: “If we win the 11th Sergio will lift it”.

– Easy goal feast in the Cup for Barca against Elche.

– Deulofeu and Gameiro lower Caparros’ morale.

– Atletico have not won three consecutive derbies since 1951.

– Messi: Six-year Blues deal.

 

Image courtesy of Mundo Deportivo.

– “Messi, Messi”.

– The Camp Nou make it clear that Leo is their idol and the star responds with a devastating display.

– Barca, with a goalscoring trident, seal their passage into the quarter-finals with a ‘five-goal haul’ to counter the crisis.

– Cristiano alarm: the Portuguese picks up a knee problem and shows signs of tiredness.

– This Sunday before the Barca-Atleti match: the LFP will pay tribute to Leo for surpassing Zarra.

– It’s now official: Victor Valdes signs for Manchester United.

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