Lionel Messi & Frank Lampard

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. Frank James Lampard (born 20 June 1978) is an English professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Chelsea and the England national team. 5.0/5

Lionel Messi Frank Lampard Cristiano Ronaldo Fernando Torres Didier Drogba John Terry Real Madrid Wayne Rooney Sergio Aguero Ashley Cole Andres Iniesta Manchester United Manchester City Eden Hazard World Cup Jack Wilshere Gary Neville Arjen Robben Yaya Toure

Frank Lampard: "Unless Chelsea sign Lionel Messi in the next year or so, I think I have a chance of keeping my goalscoring record."
Joe Hart has saved penalties from Lionel Messi, Ronaldinho, Cesc Fabregas, Frank Lampard and even Scott Sinclair. Not a bad list that.
Frank Lampard (1) has scored more goals against Chelsea than Lionel Messi.
The top 50 footballers in the world during 2014 [Norwegian football journal Josimar] 989 Share 0 ← Previous Story Next Story → Josimar is a Norwegian football journal, named after the former Brazil international. In their latest issue, they have asked esteemed football journalists to Tor-Kristian Karlsen, Gabriele Marcotti and Philippe Auclair to name their top 50 players in the world during 2014. The 50 have since been reproduced on Reddit, and are listed below. The top three will come as no surprise, with the Ballon d’Or trio of Cristiano Ronaldo, Manuel Neuer and Lionel Messi coming at the top of the list. Many of the rest are difficult to argue with. Perhaps the big bone of contention is that there is no Wayne Rooney, despite some fine displays from the Manchester United striker this season. Recent form also points to the likes of Sergio Aguero, Alexis Sanchez and David De Gea coming higher in this list. 1. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) 2. Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich) 3. Lionel Messi (Barcelon ...
Manchester City loanee Frank Lampard believes that team-mate Sergio Aguero should be seen in the same bracket of quality as Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi
FACT: Frank Lampard has now scored more goals against Chelsea than Lionel Messi.
Frank Lampard has more goals against Chelsea than Lionel Messi
Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and John Terry feature in Frank Lampard's best XI -See full XI
"Lionel Messi, Best Player in the world. And probably of all time.". - Frank Lampard
Liverpool have suffered a setback in their pursuit of Paris St-Germain's 29-year-old forward Ezequiel Lavezzi, with the Argentina international preferring a move to Juventus. Manchester City are confident Former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard will agree to a Premier League Indian summer at the Etihad. Cristiano Ronaldo will miss Real Madrid's clash with former club Manchester United in Michigan this weekend. Barcelona's Argentina forward Lionel Messi, 27, is going 'Canarinho' next season, with his yellow boots serving as "a monument to every goal, record and trophy" he has won in his career. Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti put his players through their paces in a game of American Football on Friday, with Xabi Alonso and Sergio Ramos showing off their skills, or lack of them, at Eastern Michigan's training facilities Ancelotti says Louis van Gaal will find it "difficult" to turn Manchester United into Premier League title winners this season. Southampton boss Ronald Koeman is eyeing a shock £15m swoop ...
All attention is now on Brazil for the world biggest single sporting event, the World Cup. To be hosted by the samba nation The Super Eagles of Nigeria is among the 32 nations that will strive for glory. I give my full support to our national team as they don't just fly our national colours but go for honours in Brazil. We might not have a fecund goalscorer like C. Ronaldo, a midfield maestro like Lionel Messi, an off and on the pitch midfield general like Frank Lampard, rugged midfielder like Yaya Toure, versatile wingers like Eden Hazard, Gareth Bale and Mesut Ozil, no nonsense defenders like Pepe, Sergio Ramos, Gerard Pique, David Luiz or Garry Cahill not to mention best safe hands like Iker Casilas, Gianluigi Buffon, Petr Cech, Victor Valdes and Thibaut Courtois. Neither do we have world class coach like Felipe Scolari, Vincent del Bosque, Sir Alex Ferguson, Pep Guardiola, Louis van Gaal, Rafael Benitez or Jose Mourinho. But we have one thing called the Nigerian Team Spirit.
Netherlands winger Arjen Robben, 30, reacted furiously to a robust challenge from team-mate Bruno Martins Indi, 22, during a training session at their World Cup base in Rio. Striker Romelu Lukaku, 21, is a major doubt for Belgium's World Cup opener against Algeria on June 17 after injuring his ankle in a friendly against Tunisia. Argentina and Tottenham legend Ossie Ardiles believes that striker Lionel Messi, 26, is now "happier" playing for his country than Barcelona. England assistant coach Gary Neville had strong words for journalists after his walk on Rio de Janeiro's Sao Conrado beach was disturbed. Frank Lampard believes Chelsea made a mistake by allowing his England team-mate Daniel Sturridge, 24, to join title rivals Liverpool for £12m in January 2013. Belgium captain Vincent Kompany, 28, organised a kick-about with young members of the country's royal family when King Philippe came to visit the national squad ahead of their flight to Brazil . TRANSFER GOSSIP Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentii ...
FIFA World Cup 2014 Top 5 lists D.J. Switzer, Enquirer contributor1:14 p.m. EDT June 5, 2I International updates: Top 5 Teams to Watch at Brazil 2014 All the traditional powers will be in attendance, but not all of them are favorites to win the tourname:nt.Wrong Side of the Pond's D.J. Switzer gives us a rundown on five nations to keep an eye on in Brazil. 5) England: Home to the wildly popular Premier League, England is full of names familiar to the casual soccer fan like Wayne Rooney, Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard. However, the Three Lions have struggled to make any real impact on the big stage for a quarter century. A class of new faces will hope to make a splash in Brazil and put them back on the map. 4) Argentina: The two-time winners in the famous light blue and white stripes feature a vaunted attack with three of the games' most prolific forwards: Gonzalo Higuaín, Sergio Agüero and Lionel Messi. Whether they can get the most out of them remains to be seen. 3) Belgium: Never a winner of the Wor ...
FOOTBALL IS ALL ABOUT ; 1.The nimble feet of Lionel Messi, 2.The brains of Xavi, 3.The heart of Frank Lampard, 4.The sight of Giggs, 5.The physic n power of Yaya Toure. ***NOT*** 6.The selfish of Ronaldo 7.the speciality of Mourinho 8.the rudenes o Balotelli etc... Add yours..
Eden for the top FEBRUARY 14, 2014 4:25:31 AM PST By John Brewin One of Jose Mourinho’s keenest skills is making key players walk tall. “You can be the Best Player in the world,” is the advice Mourinho handed to Frank Lampard in the summer of 2004. Lampard went very close indeed, finishing second in 2005’s FIFA World Player of the Year and Europe’s Ballon d’Or polls. Only a peaking Ronaldinho stood in his way. - Who is the best young player? Eden Hazard presents richer raw materials than Lampard and Mourinho is now similarly backing the Belgian. "He's the best young player in the world," Mourinho enthused after Saturday’s hat trick against Newcastle. Comparisons with prime movers Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are not being shirked. Hazard himself is no shrinking violet. This is a player whose 32 million pound move to Chelsea was prefaced by a very public LeBron James-style guess-who over his eventual destination. This week, he was happy to take up the cudgels his manager had handed him. ...
full list of the Ballon d’Or winners and runners-up since 1956. The Ballon d’Or, meaning ‘the golden ball’ was conceived by France Football magazine chief editor Gabriel Hanot who asked his colleagues to vote for their best European player in 1956. Originally journalists could only vote for Europeans playing in Europe but a rule change in 1995 meant that players from other continents could win the award, as long as they played for a European club. The pool of journalists allowed to vote also increased to 96 around the world. Lionel Messi has won the award a record four times, with three players each having claimed it on three occasions: Johan Cruyff, Michel Platini, and Marco van Basten. In 2010 the Ballon d’Or and the FIFA World Player of the Year were merged, with the world’s Best Player awarded the FIFA Ballon d’Or. 1956 1st Stanley Matthews (English, Blackpool) 2nd Alfredo Di Stefano (Argentinean, Real Madrid) 3rd Raymond Kopa (French, Real Madrid) 1957 1st Alfredo Di Stefano (Argentinea ...
England midfielder Frank Lampard said that new Barcelona signing Neymar has the potential to be as good as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Football Frenzy on 92.3 PH with the Sports Gang (& right now. Review of Khalela's Korner plus Michael Laudrup and Swansea is our Hero of the week while Villain of the week is Lionel Messi and Frank Lampard. Do you agree?
LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS 1. Frank Lampard is set to be offered a new 1-year contract at Chelsea. 2. Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe has been ruled out for 3-weeks with ankle ligament damage. 3. A pitch invader ran up to Lionel Messi again last night, this time he just kissed him. 4. Lionel Messi will renew his contract with Barcelona. He'll sign a new deal with the club until the summer of 2018. 5. Billy Davies looks set to be named the new Nottingham Forest manager. 6. Olivier Giroud is proud to have enjoyed a more prolific first season with Arsenal than Robin Van Persie. 7. Jack Wilshere has insisted he will keep working hard to get better after his impressive performance against Brazil. 8. Wayne Rooney, Frank Lampard and Gary Cahill saluted Ashley Cole after the England left-back's 100th cap. 9. England boss Roy Hodgson has urged Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard to keep playing his football in Europe. 10. Newcastle have left Mathieu Debuchy out of their squad for the Europa League. Lewis Holtby in for Spur ...
World Football News Update 1. Manchester United are lining up a double bid for Chelsea stars Frank Lampard, 34, and Ashley Cole, 32, who are surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge. Metro 2. Arsenal winger Theo Walcott, 23, has committed his future the club after agreeing terms on a new four-and-a-half-year contract. 3. Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson sent his brother Martin on a scouting mission to Spain to watch Rayo Vallecano striker Leo Baptistao, 20, who could be available for as little as £1.6m 4. Manchester City forward Carlos Tevez says manager Roberto Mancini has fired up his strikers by praising Manchester United forward Robin Van Persie. 5. Cristiano Ronaldo became the seventh highest scorer in Real Madrid's history as they defeated Celta Vigo 4-0 in the second leg of their Copa Del Rey round of 16 clash at Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday. 6. Lionel Messi has sent a signed shirt and personal message to Gerd Muller to recognise his previous status as record holder for scoring the mos ...
TODAY PAPER TALK A round-up of all the big football stories making the back pages of Monday's morning newspapers. Chelsea are planning to trigger a £22m buyout clause in Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini's contract. THE TIMES Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is lining up a move for England international Frank Lampard who has been told he can leave Chelsea. DAILY TELEGRAPH and THE SUN Lionel Messi strengthened his claim to be considered the greatest footballer of all time by winning a record-breaking fourth consecutive Ballon d'Or. DAILY EXPRESS FIFA have announced their World XI... but not one Premier League player made the cut. The team was made up of Barcelona and Real Madrid with the exception of Radamel Falcao. Daily Mail Chelsea may lose out on £11m target Taison after Man City tried to hijack the deal for the Brazilian midfielder. DAILY MIRROR Mansfield Town's chairman has launched an extraordinary attack on Luis Suarez, declaring that Liverpool's directors were "embarrassed" by the ...
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 ...
2012 has been a remarkable year for all lovers of tweed. We have savored two greats of the game, Lionel Messi and Sir Ian Darke, survived the brothels of Ukraine, interviewed the Prime Minister of both Antigua AND Barbuda, watched Chelsea fail upwards, and Everton continue to play like Dickens Oliver Twist. We have enjoyed every second and are indebted to the nation of GFOP's who have savored every triumph and failure alongside us, bombarding the Crap Part of Soho with their ravens. We are particularly indebted to our listeners who serve in the US Armed Forces. We are honored to be doing this while soccer is on the upswing in the US of A. With both the Hex on the horizon and the imminent return of Downton Abbey, 2013 makes us salivate like Frank Lampard in front of a three-meat deep dish pizza. May this be the year, my friends, may this be the year... Wishing you all health and happiness for the year ahead. 2013: The Year of Quarterback Style
News of the day Daniele De Rossi will not be sold in January despite the 29-year-old being linked with Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City. Monaco coach Claudio Ranieri has confirmed his desire to bring David Beckham, 37, to the Ligue 2 club. England striker Daniel Sturridge, 23, will choose Liverpool over Tottenham when he quits Chelsea next month. Chelsea are considering Bosnian midfielder Miralem Pjanic, 22, of Roma as a possible replacement for Frank Lampard. Tottenham and Arsenal have joined the list of British clubs watching disillusioned Barcelona striker David Villa, 31. Barcelona's record-breaking goalscorer Lionel Messi, 25, would now cost around £312m to sign after he agreed a new deal at the Nou Camp. Biggest news! Paris Saint-Germain are interested in signing Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 27, for £75m - and recruiting the club's manager Jose Mourinho. What do you guys think of this? Please like too! Cheers ~Beckham
Today's football news: - Frank Lampard doesn't think his Chelsea career will last much longer. His contract runs out next summer and no negotiations have been made to renew it yet. "The ball is in Chelsea's court. I feel like I have two or three years at least in me at the top level but it is not for me to decide on this one. It's up to the club. Whatever happens, I have had a great time at Chelsea. Maybe things don't last forever, although I want it to." - Paolo Di Canio looks discontent as Swindon and his relationship with the board appears frayed. Di Canio may not last much longer at the club. "I had a chance to leave two months ago. I presumed that I should leave two months ago." Di Canio for Chelsea? - Sir Alex Ferguson does not think stadiums need netting around the pitch to control fans, thinking it is unfair the fans should be treated "like animals." - FIFA do not recognise Lionel Messi as scoring the most goals in a calender year. "FIFA does not keep domestic records, so it's not an official reco ...
SOCCER NEWS IN BRIEF Rumour: Arsenal are reportedly considering making a shock move for Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard during the January transfer window. Sir Alex Ferguson on Jose Mourinho : "He can manage anywhere, absolutely. I'm not going to put any forecasts on what is going to happen at this club. I won't last forever, but Jose can manage anywhere, there is no question about that." 70 years old Sir Alex ferguson believes Jose Mourinho is the one to replace him at old Trafford.* Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor has given Andre Villas-Boas a boost by making himself unavailable for the African Nations Cup in January. [ESPN]* Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has told Cristiano Ronaldo he'll replace him with Lionel Messi if he pushes to leave. AS says Florentino made the claim to Ronaldo during their infamous summit in September. Since that meeting, the pair has barely said two words to each other, with Ronaldo angry over the president's reluctance to discuss new terms and a shake-up of his im ...
Brazil star Ronaldo selects Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Neymar, Frank Lampard and John Terry in World Team of the Year
Imagine yourself managing a team which includes all the best penalty takers in the world at the moment. In the dying moments of the game, your team earns a penalty. Who will you choose to take the penalty ? 1. Lionel Messi 2. Ronaldo 3. Ronaldinho 4. Frank Lampard 5. Cristiano Ronaldo 6. Mario Balotelli 7. Xavi Hernandez 8. Neymar 9. Andres Iniesta 10. David Villa 11. David Silva 12. Samir Nasri 13. Kaka 14. Mesut Ozil 15. Angel Di Maria 16. Wayne Rooney 17. Robin Van Persie 18. Fernando Torres 19. Sergio Aguero 20. Eden Hazard 21. [Choose your own player that's not in the list]
for every Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi,Didier Drogba,Wayne Rooney or Sergio Aguero, there is a Xabi Alonso, Sergio Busquets,Frank Lampard,Michael Carrick or Gareth Barry.
Lionel Messi, Frank Lampard and Robin Van Persie make the international Team of the Week | Give Me..
Goals of the weekend - feat. Frank Lampard, Lionel Messi, Xavi and Robin Van Persie!
That's the Best Player in the world without shadow of doubt . He is notably better than Cristiano Ronaldo, and by far I have to say that Lionel Messi is absolutely fantastic. Believe me this guy is genius he can change all on his own Frank Lampard
Frank Lampard has labelled Ashley Cole as England's greatest ever left-back, claiming that neither Lionel Messi nor Cristiano Ronaldo have ever got the better of him. (Thats why england will never win anything)
Goal.com UK shared the following link and had this to say about it: Frank Lampard is adamant Ashley Cole is the best left-back England have ever had and believes not even Lionel Messi has got the better of him. even Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have got the better of Ashley Cole, says ...
Frank Lampard, David Beckham, Lionel Messi and an old guy who is still a fav Vinnie Jones
Pepsi Max players including three-time 'FIFA World Player of the Year' Lionel Messi, Didier Drogba, Fernando Torres and Frank Lampard are joined by two of the world's most exciting young footballers, Jack Wilshere and Sergio 'Kun' Agüero to front the 2012 campaign. The line-up also features internationally renowned DJ, producer and hit-maker, Calvin Harris, who provides the soundtrack and musical direction for the campaign.
APPLICATION Dear Mr. Roman Abramovich, i would firstly like to take this moment to thank you for allowing Roberto Di Matteo(RDM) to step into the pint-sized shoes of portugues prodigy, Andres Villas Boas(AVB),i commiserate his departure.IF Frank Lampard and John Terry had not been jealous of his boyishly good looks, he would last longer than Carlo Ancellotti. Comfortable wins against top flight sides and throw-in enthusiasts in Uefa, Premier League and F.A cup kicked off his(RDM) tenure.RDM also proved his european nous was no fluke afta beating SSC NAPOLI, by beating SL BENFICA with a hard fought victory, eventhough RDM practised preparatory speeches about how to explain to u(Abramovich) how he would be unable to handle Barcelona's Lionel Messi,i am sure the speech is nipped in the bud,and a uefa final against bayern is a nailed-on victory. I try to ignore the fact that the last coach under your leadershp to get to the uefa final was Avram Grant-a man who was unceremoniously sacked and subsequently went ...
I heartily congratulate Chelsea for having shown courage and determination to beat the UEFA and FIFA adopted team. Most credit to the entire Chelsea team and management but special credits to Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba, Ramires Ashley Cole and Peter Chec. It was Frank Lampard who stole the ball from Lionel Messi and squared it to Ramires who then gave the final pass to Didier Drogba for their winning goal at Stamford Bridge in London in the first leg. Again it was the same combination between Frank Lampard and Ramires which resulted in the amazing away goal which gave Chelsea hope and stunned Barcelona and their fans. Oh! and Fernando Torres, he did it again against Barcelona last night. At last he has paid back part of the massive investment in him (50 million pounds). With that final goal which secured Chelsea firmly into the final, Torres not only vindicated himself but paid for the massive transfer fee paid out to sign him. Chelsea will earn more than 50 million pounds if they win the final and alre ...
Chelsea stun Barca to reach final An heroic Chelsea survived the dismissal of captain John Terry to eliminate holders Barcelona 3-2 on aggregate and clinch a place in the Champions League final after an action-packed last-four clash on Tuesday in which Lionel Messi missed a penalty. The dramatic semifinal second leg at the Nou Camp ended 2-2 and meant Chelsea, chasing a first European title, will play Real Madrid or Bayern Munich in the May 19 final with the Germans holding a 2-1 lead ahead of Wednesday's Bernabeu game. A victory for Real would pit coach Jose Mourinho against former club Chelsea, who were in disarray just a few weeks ago. Tuesday's match first swung Barca's way when they opened a two-goal lead through Sergio Busquets and Andres Iniesta and Terry was sent off for lifting a knee into the back of Alexis Sanchez off the ball. The home side appeared in total control but Chelsea hit back unexpectedly when Frank Lampard sent Ramires clear in first-half added time and he lifted the ball brilliant ...
Chelsea what a night of shock and manic excitement... The side that inflicted on Barcelona their first European defeat of the season at Stamford Bridge and last night ended their hopes of becoming the first side to retain the Champions League trophy. On top of that, Lionel Messi missed a penalty to make it 3-1, a scoreline you doubt whether Chelsea would have recovered from. Chelsea recovered and made catalan cathedral stunned and funeral silenced. Indeed it was a glorious Indian summer for the stamford old guards; Petr Cech, Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba... I salute!
Frank Lampard Chelsea players celebrate after the final whistle as Lionel Messi congratulates John Terry
Messi misfires & Barcelona blunder as Chelsea claim unexpected first-leg cheer The superstar forward was a long way short of his brilliant best as the Blaugrana failed to make themost of their supremacy, leaving them with much to do at Camp Nou Apr 18, 2012 10:15:00 PM Uefa Champions League :Lionel Messi, Chelsea FC v Barcelona COMMENT By Kris Voakes They may well have dominated possession just as in any other game, but Barcelona’s 1-0 defeat to Chelsea in the Champions League semi-final first leg at Stamford Bridge tonight was all their own doing. And at the crux of their disappointment was Lionel Messi’s inability to stamp his undoubted class on proceedings. That Messi played a crucial role in the winninggoal was no great shock. That it was in handing over possession to Frank Lampard in the build-up to Didier Drogba’s crucial strike that he left his greatest mark on the game was unexpected to say the least. Moments earlier he had gone down off the ball and with the amount of collisions going on ac ...
Chelsea Vs Barcelona: Facts to note; -Lionel Messi has never scored against Chelsea -Barcelona has never beaten 11 man Chelsea in their last 10 meetings -Frank lampard has found the net on this fixture than any other player from the two teams apart from El Nino -Jack migwambo is a life-long Chelsea fan . so bring it on barca
Frank Lampard is struggling to process the "crazy figures" Lionel Messi will bring to Chelsea.
Frank Lampard news: Chelsea player stars in new Pepsi Max TV ad with Lionel Messi and Fernando Torres
Check out the new Pepsi Max ad with Lionel Messi, Didier Drogba, Fernando Torres ,Frank Lampard,
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Lionel Messi, Frank Lampard, Fernando Torres, Didier Drogba and Calvin Harris - All in time for
Lionel Messi, Jack Wilshere, Didier Drogba, Frank Lampard, Sergio Aguero and Fernando Torres in new Pepsi ad
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