Lionel Messi & Alan Pardew
Lionel Andrés Messi (born 24 June 1987) is an Argentine footballer who plays in La Liga for FC Barcelona and captains the Argentina national team, mainly as a forward. Alan Scott Pardew (born 18 July 1961 in Wimbledon, London) is an English football manager and former player, currently the manager of Newcastle United./5
Lionel Messi Alan Pardew Ben Arfa Hatem Ben Arfa Manchester United Cristiano Ronaldo Rio Ave Andrea Dossena Champions League Manchester City Andy Carroll Juan Mata World Cup Tom Daley Fernando Torres David Beckham Kenny Daglish John Terry Jose Mourinho
It was only two years ago that Alan Pardew felt it appropriate to draw close comparisons between Lionel Messi and his own creator-in-chief, Hatem Ben Arfa. It came after a 2-0 victory over Liverpool at St James’ Park, on an afternoon when the Frenchman delivered a virtuoso performance, curating both…
SUN ON SUNDAY Wayne Rooney has pledged the rest of his top-class career to Manchester United after signing a £70m four-and-a-half year deal. David Beckham wants Cristiano Ronaldo as his first glamour signing for his new soccer team when they kick off in Miami. Manchester City are set to sell Micah Richards in the summer for £8m. SUNDAY MIRROR Alan Pardew is on the brink of losing backing of his Newcastle players, while rumours are growing that Mike Ashley is preparing to sell the club, having failed to watch a match at St James' Park for almost six months. New Fulham manager Felix Magath is paranoid and a control freak, says Bayern Munich chief Uli Hoeness. Franco Baldini's Tottenham future in doubt after top-level behind-the-scenes clashes. Jose Mourinho expects Chelsea transfers for Luke Shaw and Edinson Cavani before the World Cup. Pablo Zabaleta desperate for friend Lionel Messi to join him at City and claims Barcelona star has asked about Manchester life. Manchester United transfer boost as Borussi ...
LIVERPOOL ECHO Steven Gerrard believes Luis Suarez is "getting closer" to the world's top two players Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo - and feels his display on Wednesday was one of the best individual performances Anfield has ever witnessed. Roberto Martinez has spoken of his pride at helping Everton to a first win at Old Trafford in 21 years. THE CHRONICLE Alan Pardew has expressed his disappointment over referee Howard Webb's performance during Newcastle's 3-0 defeat at the Liberty Stadium. Michael Laudrup admitted that Jonjo Shelvey was lucky to stay on the pitch after his headbutt on Toon star Mathieu Debuchy Sunderland boss Gus Poyet believes his team have proved they can perform at the level needed to stay in the Premier League SUNDERLAND ECHO Andrea Dossena insists there is plenty of time for Sunderland to bridge the gap with survival, despite coming away empty-handed from a seven-goal thriller against Chelsea. Sunderland have been linked with a move for Coventry defender Cyrus Christie. BIRMIN ...
Lionel Messi has been ruled out of Barcelona's Champions League trip to Celtic after suffering a thigh injury in Saturday night's 2-0. Juan Mata has sprung to the defence of Fernando Torres, insisting his Chelsea team-mate is not a dirty player despite his sending off against Tottenham. Midfielder Lewis Holtby insists Tottenham are not getting carried away by talk of a title challenge. Tottenham are second with 13 points. Alan Pardew has tipped Everton to be this season's surprise package. Newcastle were beaten last time out by Hull City. Jose Mourinho will have the power to decide whether John Terry is given a new contract at Chelsea.
Latest Football News (Continued) 1. Lille's Mathieu Debuchy has passed Newcastle medical,and will complete €6m move tomorrow-signs five and a half year deal. 2. As West Ham sign Sean Maguire from Waterford, the Irish club's chairman says the striker "reminds me of Lionel Messi". 3. Frank Lampard's partner Christine Bleakley on his Chelsea future: "We don't know what's happening there, we're not sure what's going on". 4. Former LFC defender Sami Hyypia undergoes operation after skiing accident. 5. Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes still does not know if he will sign a new contract and could consider a move abroad. (SSN) 6. Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is looking for power and pace as he targets a replacement for striker Demba Ba. (SSN) 7. Manchester United have confirmed Bebe has moved to Portuguese club Rio Ave on loan until the end of June. 8. MUFC feel they have moved ahead in the race for Wilfried Zaha and are fully confident of signing the forward in the summer. (ESPN) 9. Martin Keown is "certain" Ar ...
Alan Pardew musta been hittin that high grade, he put Ben Arfa on the level of Lionel Messi? LOL.
Alan Pardew likens Newcastle's Hatem Ben Arfa to Lionel Messi...What do you think?
Alan Pardew today likened Ben Arfa to Lionel Messi, and Kenny Daglish likened Andy Carroll to Tom Daley.
Alan Pardew saying Ben Arfa is as magic as Lionel Messi? Have a word.
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