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    A 12-year-old girl was found dead inside her Argentina home after practicing the viral TikTok 'blackout challenge' that was being lived streamed to her school friends. Milagros Soto was found dead in her bedroom by her father after he arrived from work on Friday, her aunt Laura Luque told TV station TeleNueve. Luque said her niece received a link to the TikTok dare, which is also known as the 'choking challenge' or 'pass-out challenge,' via a WhatsApp message from one of her classmates at School No. 223 Lieutenant General Pablo Riccieri in Capitán Bermúdez, Santa Fe. Soto had attempted twice to remove a rope from her neck and failed on a third try and later tragically died as her friends watched. The distraught aunt believes 'someone encouraged' Soto to go through with the sickening challenge and revealed that her niece had been ridiculed by classmates at her school.  Milagros Soto was found dead Friday at her home in Santa Fe, Argentina, after participating in the viral TikTok 'blackout challenge.' The 12-year-old had a rope around her neck and held her...
    MATTY CASH has revealed that Aston Villa team-mate Emiliano Martinez gifted him Lionel Messi's shirt after Poland lost to Argentina. The right-back played the full 90 minutes in their 2-0 defeat to Messi's side, but was still celebrating despite the result. 1Cash switched his national allegiance to Poland in 2021 despite being born in EnglandCredit: Getty Regardless of the loss Poland were able to secure their place in the last-16 of the World Cup after superior goal difference meant they narrowly pipped Mexico to second place in Group C. Cash has played a huge part in Poland's advancement and the gift he received from Argentina goalkeeper and fellow Villan, Martinez, is the cherry on top of his experience in Qatar so far. The 25-year-old said: “I tell you the best thing about it was, right, at the end of the game Emiliano Martínez comes up to me and he’s like ‘Cashy I’ve got you a present’, “And I was like, ‘what could this be?’. He said follow me into the tunnel, so I’ve gone into the tunnel with him and...
    LIONEL MESSI was mercilessly mocked by Saudi Arabia fans following their shock win over Argentina. That’s by performing arch-rival Cristiano Ronaldo’s “Siu” celebration in the streets of Qatar. 4Saudi Arabia fans celebrated their win over Argentina with 'Siu' celebrationsCredit: FoxSports 4Saudi fans were in jubilant mood as they mocked Lionel Messi with Cristiano Ronaldo's celebrationCredit: FoxSports Messi and Argentina were put to the sword by their Saudi opponents in Tuesday’s World Cup group stage opener. The Paris Saint-Germain star fired his side ahead with a first-half penalty. And Argentina went on to have three goals ruled out by VAR for offside. However, Saudi Arabia fought back in the second half to take the lead with two goals. READ MORE ON WORLD CUPQATAR LATEST Argentina STUNNED by Saudis, Saka inspires England thrashing They held off Argentina for the rest of the game to seal all three points. And afterwards, fans took to the streets to toast the achievements of their heroes. Delighted supporters marched from the stadium in fine spirits. But some decided to take the celebrations up a level by...
    MANCHESTER UNITED and Tottenham are set to be asked by the Argentinian FA to rest certain players ahead of the World Cup, according to reports. The Premier League continues until just a week before the tournament begins in Qatar and Argentina chiefs want to see their star players not risked by their clubs in the final domestic game. 2Lisandro Martinez could be rested by Man Utd if they grant the Argentinians their wishCredit: Getty 2Cristian Romero is set to be a key man for Argentina at the World CupCredit: Reuters This means that Man Utd could be told to rest Lisandro Martinez in their fixture versus Fulham on 13 November. And the same goes for Spurs defender Cristian Romero in their clash with Leeds on 12th November. Argentina are in Group C in the World Cup and start their campaign against Saudi Arabia on 22nd November. They then face Mexico and Poland all within the space of eight days. READ MORE ON WORLD CUPTRENT OUT Alexander-Arnold among five players axed from England squad but Toney included According to a...
    (CNN)Let's venture to one of the few wild places left on the planet.An incredible diversity of species lives across the extremes of Patagonia -- and we're going to see them in a stunning new way.The CNN Original Series "Patagonia: Life on the Edge of the World" premieres at 9 p.m. ET Sunday and provides a look at the animals and plants found throughout the pristine southern tip of South America. For more than a year, crews captured footage, revealing species new to science and filming elusive animals for the first time. The six episodes explore the region's oceans, deserts, glaciers, jungles, mountains and ice fields, and the surprising creatures who have made their home in one of the remotest places on Earth.Read MoreThe many wonders of Patagonia, however, are not immune from pollution or human encroachment, and the series reflects on how the choices we make are starting to impact this fragile, distant wilderness.Wild kingdom The kodkod is a tiny predator called "the ghost of the forest" in Argentina.You've likely never seen creatures like these. Patagonia is home to animals...
    TOTTENHAM and Manchester United have been dealt a blow in their pursuit of Juventus playmaker Paulo Dybala. Inter Milan have reportedly been holding talks with the Argentinian ace and are optimistic that a deal can be struck. 1Paulo Dybala reportedly held talks before and after Argentina's Finalissima win over Italy, in which he scoredCredit: Getty Dybala, 28, is set to leave Juve this summer when his contract expires. And he is not short of suitors, with both Manchester United and Tottenham said to be keen on his services. Spurs reportedly held discussions over a potential deal last month. But Dybala has also been in direct talks with Inter Milan vice president Javier Zanetti, according to Fabrizio Romano. Read More In FootballTransfer news live Klopp 'wants Pulisic to replace Mane', Newcastle £43m Carrasco interest Zanetti jetted to London to meet with Dybala before and after Argentina's 3-0 Finalissma victory over Italy at Wembley. Dybala came off the bench to score Argentina's third goal in the meeting between the Champions of Europe and South America. Inter...
    SAO PAULO (AP) — Brazil is about to overtake top spot in the FIFA rankings and Argentina hasn’t lost a single match in 1,000 days. It’s clear the two South American soccer powers have more than just Neymar and Lionel Messi going for them as they head to the World Cup in Qatar hoping to end 20 years of European domination. Both teams flopped in Russia in 2018, with Argentina losing to eventual champion France in the round of 16 and Brazil going out against Belgium in the quarterfinals. But they’re looking formidable again now, each with a deep squad, well-respected coach and a superstar forward capable of deciding games on his own. Brazil has already broken the points record in South American qualifying with 45, six points ahead of second-place Argentina — even before the two meet for a final game that was suspended last year. Argentina, though, lifted the Copa America title in 2021 by beating Brazil 1-0 in the final, handing Messi his first major trophy with the national team. Messi and Neymar...
    An unusual weather phenomena wowed residents in Argentina due to the rare cloud formation that looked like a series of giant balls of cotton wool.  The overcast sky changed to Mammatus clouds last week over Casa Grande, Cordoba on November 13.  The weird cloud formation, while looking beautiful, can warn of potentially violent thunder storms.  The footage was uploaded to the internet last weekend and has been viewed more than 10,000 times.  People viewing the video described the clouds as 'marshmallows', 'cotton wool' and 'freaky'.     The video was accompanied by a description: 'Late Saturday afternoon the sky was covered with these unusual clouds that made us feel as if we were trapped in a vivarium, then came the strong storm with lightning, winds, and hail.  The unusual cloud formation was spotted over Casa Grande, Cordoba on November 13 The footage was uploaded onto the internet last weekend and has been viewed more than 10,000 times 'We were lucky to have been there to capture this strange phenomenon, which may be a product of weather manipulation.'  Viewers were amazed at such...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Before she became one of the most popular Argentine singers of the last year, María Becerra was a YouTuber whose funny videos, in which she appeared bathing her cat and even shaving her face with foam, generated millions of views. But her true passion was music, not comedy, and now she is nominated for the Latin Grammy for best new artist. “I was such a character,” she says about her teenage years producing her own videos. “And I was always like that, inventing plays or scripts in my head that I wanted the world to see … I was always very involved in everything related to art. I did a lot of theater but I was also very involved in self-management. I liked being very independent when doing my stuff”. That’s something that stuck with her as an emerging Latin urban singer: Becerra does not have a record label, only distribution. Still, in the last few months she appeared in Argentina’s Spotify Top 10 with collaborations like “Wow Wow” with Becky G, “Antes de Ti” with...
    Getty Lionel Messi lies injured after a challenge by Luiz Martinez Lionel Messi may have left Barcelona but the forward is still very much in the thoughts of supporters who were left fearing for the Argentine’s career after he was the victim of a horror challenge while on international duty. The captain somehow managed to continue despite being taken out with a horrendous challenge by Luis Martinez. The incident occurred during Argentina’s 3-1 win over Venezuela in a World Cup qualifier the Estadio Olímpico in Caracas, as shown by ESPN. This tackle on Messi led to a red card ???? pic.twitter.com/KR8gpmBzxN — ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) September 3, 2021 Martinez was shown a straight red card for the challenge, while Barca fans were left angered by the defender’s actions and worried about the 34-year-old’s condition. Messi broke a defender's ankle with a pass so the guy who replaced him tried to break Messi's leg with the nastiest tackle! — adil (@Barca19stats) September 3, 2021 That tackle to Messi was brutal — •|dgSTAR???? (@DG_Migueroz) September 3, 2021 I'ma be surprised...
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    Look also While the head of the Argentines is located in the final of the Copa América to get excited about the 2022 World Cup, boxing also has its own, from the hand of Brian Castaño. The thing is on July 17, the WBO super welterweight world champion will go for the other three titles in the category owned by the American Jermell Charlo to be the undisputed in the category. Boxi beat the most important fight of his career. Like Messi and company in Rio, he will represent Argentina in San Antonio, United States. Boxi wants to be the undisputed super welterweight champion. Castaño is aware of the importance of his fight. So much so that he commented: “If I win, I think the excitement and glory would be the same as if Argentina were World Cup champions next year. Of course, football is different since you have 10 teammates. If Messi is in trouble, he can pass it on to a teammate. Boxing is an individual challenge, and when I’m on the ropes I have...
    Ron DeSantis Anti-BLM Protests Law Backfires With Cuban American Protests Governor vows to arrest Democrats who fled Texas to block voting restrictions © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad This is what most fans expect from USA Basketball. This is also what Team USA expects from itself. The question is can they repeat it? Team USA used its defense to force turnovers and misses, then ran off those, using their athleticism to overwhelm their opponent. Throw in some made threes and the USA cruised to a 108-80 thrashing of Argentina on Tuesday night in a pre-Olympics exhibition game. “It was better,” often understated U.S.A. coach Gregg Popovich said. Popovich is right, it was better. However, a real test of the USA’s progress comes Friday night when they take on Australia again. After a couple of unimpressive exhibition losses to Nigeria and Australia that raised red flags, this was the kind of easy victory Team USA needed. A lot of things looked better in this win: • The USA defense looked much...
    Bloomberg The world’s worst covid-19 crisis looms over Brazil (Bloomberg) – More than a year after a spiky virus launched a murderous campaign around the world, most countries have put the worst behind them, with the help of aggressive government policies and vaccines. But not Brazil. Nation, the size of a continent and 212 million people, faces more deaths and COVID cases than ever; their hospitals are overflowing, their politics are messy, and their vaccine supply is very limited. In addition to having a president who scoffs at disease, rejects masks, and leaves states to their own devices, the country is home to a variant that is more contagious and possibly more deadly. Nothing better illustrates the strangely fractured nature of Brazilian policies for face the covid – and how they have sown confusion, anger and suffering – than three cities along a 230-kilometer highway in the state of Sao Paulo, where three different approaches coexist to face the pandemic. In one, it’s like practically nothing happens; in another, there is total confinement; and in the third, mass vaccination is...
    Motorists in Argentina were shocked to discover a swarm of mosquitos had created a terrifying tornado-like formation high into the sky. Video footage recorded yesterday by a driver on Route 74 between General Madariaga and Pinamar in Argentina shows a huge dark tower looming in the sky further up the road from the motorist. The enormous tower-like shape appears to stand hundreds of feet tall, but upon closer inspection, the entire structure is made up of mosquitoes.  In the video footage, the shocked motorist can be heard saying: 'It's getting bigger and bigger, I've never seen anything like this before.' An enormous dark tower looms in the sky up ahead of one driver on Route 74 between General Madariaga and Pinamar in Argentina, yesterday The sighting of the bizarre twister-like formation comes after the Buenos Aires region of Argentina was invaded by mosquitoes. Juan Jose Garcia, a researcher at the Centre for Parasitological and Vector Studies (CEPAVE) told local media: 'Heavy rains caused flooding resulting in large pools of stagnant water where female mosquitoes lay their eggs.'  He added that...
    hello.com Anya Taylor-Joy tells what she would like to see in a second season of ‘Lady’s Gambit’ It became one of Netflix’s surprise hits, with zero promotion and a virtually unknown actress, but the platform has yet to confirm the second season of Lady’s Gambit. Released at the end of October and having been nominated for all the big awards, the only thing that explains why new episodes have not already been announced is that it was a miniseries, intended to have only seven episodes. However, it would not be the first fiction to skip this pattern and move on. Anya Taylor-Joy has made it clear with her latest statements to the specialized medium Deadline that if it were up to her … we could see more of Beth Harmon. – The surprising connection between Máxima de Holland and Anya Taylor- Joy, star of ‘Lady’s Gambit’ SEE GALLERY As Anya has told, for her it is “surreal” and “very wonderful” that people want a second season because they never they thought about it, there was not even the idea. “Even...
    By Ueslei Marcelino and Leonardo Benassatto BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Under his shirt, pizza shop owner Guillermo Rodriguez is a walking shrine to Diego Maradona. His entire back is covered in tattoos depicting the soccer great, whose death last week at the age of 60 inspired enormous grief in Argentina and beyond. "It is something beautiful to live with him, so for us he did not die, he will continue being there for all of us, the love we have is eternal," said Rodriguez, whose pizza store is called "Siempre al 10", referring to Maradona's jersey's number. The death of Maradona has highlighted the almost cult-like adoration that grew up around the player nicknamed "el dios" (or God), who mesmerised on the pitch and inspired fans off it despite long, public battles with addiction. Argentina declared several days of national mourning for him and his body lay in state at the presidential palace. "For a woman in childbirth it is very painful. For me I felt that pain the day that Maradona died. The grief is enormous," said Cintia Veronica,...
    I WAS twelve, and it was a World Cup quarter-final, and so he was the devil incarnate. The evil weeble. To some extent, we’re all twelve when our team is cheated in a World Cup quarter-final - whether we’re spilling tears before bedtime or crying into our beer. 8I thought Maradona was the devil after the Hand of God in 1986Credit: AP:Associated Press 8But his genius also made everyone feel like thatCredit: AFP or licensors It sounds as if Peter Shilton still feels 12 when he thinks about Diego Maradona in the Azteca Stadium in 1986. Even on news of Maradona’s death, there was only grudging respect from England’s most-capped player - and still no desire to forgive and forget the Hand of God goal. Once a keeper, always a keeper. Shilton holds on to grudges as he once held crosses. ⚠️ Read our Diego Maradona death live blog for the latest news & updates Reading Shilton’s bitter words made me remember being 12 and that little troll trip-trapping across my dreams. When you’re 12 you don’t want to marvel...
    Football legend Diego Maradona died yesterday, aged 60, after suffering a heart attack at his Buenos Aires home.  The hard-living Argentina star, who'd suffered years of ill health, had successful surgery for a blood clot in the brain just two weeks ago.  Here, David Jones pays tribute to a very troubled genius...   Somewhere amid the countless souvenir photographs that globetrotting reporters accumulate, there is a dog-eared shot of me shaking the most infamous hand sport has known. That this unforgettable and surprisingly warm exchange took place not in a football stadium, but a tawdry rehab centre in the backwaters of Cuba, says much about Diego Maradona's tragic demise. It was the year 2000, and the pudgy little genius who had cheated England out of a place in the 1986 World Cup semi-finals by slyly raising his left hand to deflect the ball into the net was still only 39 years old. Football legend Diego Maradona (pictured on a Mexican TV show in 2002) died yesterday, aged 60, after suffering a heart attack at his Buenos Aires home Just a...
    Getty When I worked as an analyst for the last World Cup, I was asked why people loved Diego Maradona so much. I was in Jamaica doing punditry work and the first thing I could answer was based on the first thing that I was able to see upon landing there. I saw Usain Bolt and Bob Marley. When you thought of Jamaica, those are the first two people anyone else in the world would think of. They might not know where to look for it on the map, but they knew what they represented. With Argentina, it’s the same. People might not know where Argentina is, but they immediately associated it with Messi and Maradona. This is one of the reasons why in that country, they are willing to forgive Maradona and love him for what he was, because he loved them just as fervently. He made the masses happy. He brought them joy in his triumphs and put the country on the map for the rest of the world to appreciate. He was...
    ON July 7, 1957 Pele made his Brazil debut, coming off the bench in a game against Argentina. He left his mark, scoring a goal and being singled out for special praise by Nestor Rossi, the Argentina captain. 4Pele changed the face of football forever in the 1950s and 1960sCredit: Rex Features But it was not enough to win the game. A few months earlier Argentina had come out on top in the Copa America, and they won this game as well. At this point Brazil were still third in the South American pecking order, behind Argentina and Uruguay. By the time Pele left the scene, things were completely different. Brazil won three of the next four World Cups, and did so with a seductive style that meant that they were crowned undisputed kings of the global game. Pele’s exploits also did much to establish the World Cup as a massive TV occasion. The day before Pele’s debut, something equally dramatic took place on the other side of the Atlantic. On July 6, John Lennon met Paul McCartney for the...
    By NICOLAS DELUCA, ALMUDENA CALATRAVA and CHRISTINE ARMARIO, Associated Press USHUAIA, Argentina (AP) — At the edge of Argentina in a city known as “The End of the World,” many thought they might be spared from the worst of the coronavirus pandemic. Sitting far from the South American nation’s bustling capital, health workers in Ushuaia were initially able to contain a small outbreak among foreigners hoping to catch boats to the Antarctic at the start of the crisis. But as Argentina passed 1 million virus cases Monday, it is now smaller cities like Ushuaia that are seeing some of the most notable upticks. Doctors have had to quadruple the number of beds for COVID-19 patients over the last month. At least 60% of those tested recently are coming back positive for the virus. “We were the example of the country,” said Dr. Carlos Guglielmi, director of the Ushuaia Regional Hospital. “Evidently someone arrived with the coronavirus.” Across Latin America, three other nations are expected to reach the 1 million case milestone in the coming weeks — Colombia, Mexico and Peru....
    USHUAIA, Argentina (AP) — At the edge of Argentina in a city known as “The End of the World,” many thought they might be spared from the worst of the coronavirus pandemic. Sitting far from the South American nation’s bustling capital, health workers in Ushuaia were initially able to contain a small outbreak among foreigners hoping to catch boats to the Antarctic at the start of the crisis. But as Argentina passed 1 million virus cases Monday, it is now smaller cities like Ushuaia that are seeing some of the most notable upticks. Doctors have had to quadruple the number of beds for COVID-19 patients over the last month. At least 60% of those tested recently are coming back positive for the virus. “We were the example of the country,” said Dr. Carlos Guglielmi, director of the Ushuaia Regional Hospital. “Evidently someone arrived with the coronavirus.” Across Latin America, three other nations are expected to reach the 1 million case milestone in the coming weeks — Colombia, Mexico and Peru. The grim mark comes as Latin America continues to register...
    USHUAIA, Argentina (AP) — At the edge of Argentina in a city known as “The End of the World,” many thought they might be spared from the worst of the coronavirus pandemic. Sitting far from the South American nation’s bustling capital, health workers in Ushuaia were initially able to contain a small outbreak among foreigners hoping to catch boats to the Antarctic at the start of the crisis. But as Argentina passed 1 million virus cases Monday, it is now smaller cities like Ushuaia that are seeing some of the most notable upticks. Doctors have had to quadruple the number of beds for COVID-19 patients over the last month. At least 60% of those tested recently are coming back positive for the virus. “We were the example of the country,” said Dr. Carlos Guglielmi, director of the Ushuaia Regional Hospital. “Evidently someone arrived with the coronavirus.” Across Latin America, three other nations are expected to reach the 1 million case milestone in the coming weeks — Colombia, Mexico and Peru. The grim mark comes as Latin America continues to register...
    By Nicolas DeLuca | Associated Press USHUAIA, Argentina — At the edge of Argentina in a city known as “The End of the World,” many thought they might be spared from the worst of the coronavirus pandemic. Sitting far from the South American nation’s bustling capital, health workers in Ushuaia were initially able to contain a small outbreak among foreigners hoping to catch boats to the Antarctic at the start of the crisis. But as Argentina passed 1 million virus cases Monday, it is now smaller cities like Ushuaia that are seeing some of the most notable upticks. Doctors have had to quadruple the number of beds for COVID-19 patients over the last month. At least 60% of those tested recently are coming back positive for the virus. “We were the example of the country,” said Dr. Carlos Guglielmi, director of the Ushuaia Regional Hospital. “Evidently someone arrived with the coronavirus.” Across Latin America, three other nations are expected to reach the 1 million case milestone in the coming weeks — Colombia, Mexico and Peru. The...
    Researchers have discovered an "incredibly rare" embryo of a titanosaur that shows the long-necked herbivore had a "rhino-like horn" on its nose that was lost when it reached adulthood. The fossilized skull of the 80-million-year-old previously unknown species of titanosaur shows the horn in remarkable detail. The skull is just 1.2-inches-long, but in addition to the horn, it shows the giant sauropod had "at least a partial binocular vision that would provide a much better visual perception," researchers wrote in the study. “The preservation of embryonic dinosaurs preserved inside their eggs is extremely rare," study co-author Dr. John Nudds said in a statement. "Imagine the huge sauropods from 'Jurassic Park' and consider that the tiny skulls of their babies, still inside their eggs, are just a couple of centimeters long." (Credit: University of Manchester) 'JURASSIC PARK' WAS WRONG: RAPTORS DIDN'T HUNT IN PACKS The findings were published in the scientific journal Current Biology. After examining the "amazing specimen," researchers now suspect these giant dinosaurs, which reached up to nearly 40 feet in length and weighed 29,000 pounds, used the horns to break out of their...
    BUENOS AIRES – With theaters closed around the world, three South American dancers have created a digital dance-off for aspiring twirlers, with Instagram the new stage where competitors from Argentina and Brazil to Israel and Italy post clips of their moves. The competition, open to all, has attracted hundreds of applicants – some professionals, others youngsters dancing from lockdown in their homes. A panel of renowned expert judges assess each dance, and viewers can also vote with “likes.” “We were struck by the desire of participants to be seen, to express themselves and their dance, what is happening to them at the moment,” said Argentine Facundo Luqui, who organized the ‘@stayhomedancecompetition’ event with two other dancers. “What we thought when we started this project was that anyone can participate,” added Luqui, 23, who is a member of the ballet company at Buenos Aires’ iconic Teatro Colón. The competition, which wraps up on Sunday, challenged dancers to raise awareness about the pandemic, reference the coronavirus and honor an artist. In one video, a mother wearing a doctor’s coat and a mask...
    LISBON, Portugal (AP) — As owner of Leeds, Andrea Radrizzani is one of the few people who can challenge Marcelo Bielsa and be blunt with the enigmatic manager. “All the time,” Radrizzani told The Associated Press, “I remind him to try to relax a little bit more.” That cannot be easy for a coach renowned as much for his volatility and demanding nature as the coaching genius that has just returned Leeds to the Premier League after 16 years of exile in lower divisions. “He is very meticulous, but I always try to advise him to relax because he brings a lot of stress in his daily life and I think stress is never positive,” Radrizzani said in an interview in Lisbon. “So I was really surprised … in a conversation with him about (how) we pay attention about this concept. To differentiate the positive pressure — that is very important and is the drive to success — from negative stress and pressure that could be really a big enemy.” In his second season in charge of Leeds, the...
    FC Barcelona “In Argentina no one thinks that Messi can leave Barcelona because his home is there” Maradona, Leo Messi and Fernando Signorini with the Argentina team in 2010 Gustavo Ortiz Fernando Signorini, the one who was Maradona’s physical trainer for a large part of his career as a footballer and who was in the Argentine national team when ‘El Pelusa’ was their coach, declared in an interview with the Italian portal ‘Fanpage.it’ that “Leo Messi will not go to Inter Milan, because he will not leave the comfort zone that he has in Barcelona, ​​since he does not love adventure like Maradona.” Maradona was a charismatic leader, a difficult rebel to handle, while Messi has other origins and a less explosive temperament “ Fernando Signorini “In Argentina, nobody thinks that Messi can leave Barcelona because his home is there. He is completely immersed there and he is a very familiar footballer,” said Signorini. It would be unwise for Messi to leave at this point in his career, neither for Inter nor for another club “ Fernado signorini “It...
    Mallorca The young Mexican pearl spoke on Fox Sports ”90 minutes’ program He canterano del Mallorca, who became the youngest rookie in club history this season, playing his first minutes in LaLiga at just 15 years old, participated in the program ’90 minutes’ from Fox Sports. In his speech he spoke about his comparison with Messi. “It bothers me that they compare me to Messi because there is only one Messi and I want to make a name for myself in football like Luka Romero“he commented. He also spoke about its origins: “I was born in Mexico but my family is from Argentina. I have the three nationalities (also the Spanish). If they still love me in Argentina, keep playing in Argentina, if possible. Four or five years ago I traveled for Christmas. I know Quilmes, but just a little”. “I like to play hitch. Ac in Majorca We play with hitch. And, if not, on the right wing. Much better when I got here, much better the right leg that I did not use before, “he added when...
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