Lionel Messi & Ben Arfa
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. Hatem Ben Arfa (born 7 March 1987) is a French footballer who plays for English club Newcastle United in the Premier League. /5
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If Hatem Ben Arfa wants to be compared to the likes of Cristiano Ronalo and Lionel Messi then he has to buck his ideas up
Newcastle United star Hatem Ben Arfa has revealed that if he had a vote in the FIFA Ballon d'Or he would have cast it in favour of Franck Ribery. The Bayern Munich winger has made it onto the three-man final shortlist for the 2013 accolade, alongside Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. Ribery helped Bayern Munich to win the Champions League, Bundesliga, German Cup and FIFA Club World Cup in 2013, but is still expected to be beaten to the Ballon d'Or by Ronaldo.
Ben Arfa feels he could have been playing at a level comparable to Lionel Messi, if not for problems earlier in his career > yeh good one!!
NEWCASTLE ace Hatem Ben Arfahas been nominated alongside Lionel Messi for FIFA’s Puskas Award given to the scorer of the year’s best goal. Toon’s French fancy scored some stunners in 2012 but it was his magical goal in the Magpies’ 2-1 FA Cup victory over Blackburn in January which made the cut. Prem star Ben Arfa has some tough competition though with nine other *** to contend with, including super strikes from Barca genius Messiand Brazilian whizkid Neymar. The Santos striker beat off Messi and Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney to clinch last year's gong —
Messi y Neymar / GettyImages Fifa has announced the 10 nominees for the 2012 Puskas Award, a list of the top 10 "most beautiful" goals of the year. The list was compiled by a panel of experts and members of Fifa's Football Committee, though the winner will be determined by a public vote. There are no English nominees and just one representative from the Premier League: Newcastle's Hatem Ben Arfa for his goal against Blackburn in the FA Cup. Ben Arfa joins Ghana international Agyemang Badu, who scored against Guinea and Atletico Madrid's Radamel Falcao found the net versus America de Cali. Eric Hassli of Vancouver Whitecaps struck a blow to Toronto, Nacional Potosi's Gaston Mealla scored against The Strongest while Fenerbahce duo Moussa Sow and Miroslav Stoch found the target versus Galatasaray and Genclerbirligi respectively. Last year's winner, Neymar, is also on the list as he netted against Internacional, while Lionel Messi is seeking the one individual accolade that has so far evaded him with his goal ...
Ben Arfa is quicker then Lionel Messi he just proved that on monday with his sensational solo goal.Magpies are flying high.Very happy for the club.
Who needs Lionel Messi, when you've got Ben Arfa! :)
Alan Pardew musta been hittin that high grade, he put Ben Arfa on the level of Lionel Messi? LOL.
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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