Lionel Messi & Tony Blair

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. Anthony Charles Lynton Blair (born 6 May 1953) is a British Labour Party politician who served as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 2 May 1997 to 27 June 2007. He was the Member of Parliament (MP) for Sedgefield from 1983 to 2007 and Leader of the Labour Party from 1994 to 2007. He resigned from all of these positions in June 2007. 5.0/5

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Oscar Pistorius, Hillary Clinton, Tony Blair, Lionel Messi all escaping brutal punishment which a common person would have b…
Excellent evening.. Thanks G.Muralidhar. "I slept on benches and everyday borrowed 20Rs from friend to travel to film city" - Sharukh khan "I failed in 8th standard" -Sachin Tendulkar "During my Secondary School, I was dropped from school basketball team" -MichelI Jordan "I was rejected for the job in All India Radio bcoz of my heavy voice" - Amitabh Bacchan "I used to work in petrol pump" - Dhirubhai Ambani "I was rejected in the interview of Pilot" - Abdul Kalam "I didn't even complete my university education" - Bill Gates "I was a dyslexic kid" - Tom Cruize "I was raped at the age of 9 " - Oprah Winfrey "I used to serve tea at a shop to support my football training" - Lionel Messi "I used to sleep on the floor in friends rooms, returning Coke bottles for food, money, and getting weekly free meals at a local temple" -Steve Jobs "My teachers used to call me a failure" - Tony Blair "I was in prison for 27 years" -Nelson Mandela and here comes the "THALIVA" "At the age of 30, I was a bus conductor" -Rajni ...
Since Arsenal last won a trophy Chelsea have had nine different managers, Lionel Messi has won the Ballon d'Or four times and Dot Cotton is STILL in Eastenders For those of a certain age with longer memories, it doesn’t seem like yesterday that Arsenal captains were suffering shoulder pain from lifting so much silverware and dropping Steve Morrow on his head. Arsene Wenger won’t thank us for reminding him on the eve of Saturday’s FA Cup final against Hull City, but it is now nine years since the Gunners won a trophy, beating Manchester United at Wembley in the Cup Final’s first ever penalty shootout. May 21, 2005. Tony Blair and Labour had just been re-elected for a third term in power, and Axel F by Crazy Frog (no pun intended, Arsene) was about to begin a four-week stay at the top of the UK charts. In those long years since, Arsenal have left home and moved to the Emirates Stadium while Wenger has banked approximately £67.5million in wages. Here are a few other changes in the world since the Fr ...
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