Lionel Messi: The Greatest Player in History

Early Life

Lionel Andres Messi, was born on 25 June, 1987, in Rosaria, Santa Fe Province, to parents Jorge Horacio Messi, a factory steel worker, and Celia Maria Cuccittini, a part-time cleaner. His parental family originates from the Italian city of Ancona, from where his ancestry, Angelo Messi, emigrated to Argentina in 1883. He has two older brothers, Rodrigo and Matias, and a sister, Maria Sol.

Messi started playing football for Grandoli, a local club coached by his father. In 1995, Messi switched to Newell’s Old Boys who were based in his home city Rosario. He became part of a local youth powerhouse that lost only one match in the next four years and became locally known as «The Machine of ’87», from the year of their birth.

At the age of 11, Messi was diagnosed with a growth hormone deficiency. Local team River Plate showed interest in his progress, but were not willing to pay for treatment for his condition, which cost $900 a month. Carles Rexach, the sporting director of FC Barcelona, was made aware of his talent as Messi had relatives in Lleida in western Catalonia, and Messi and his father were able to arrange a trial with the team. Rexach, with no paper at hand, offered Messi a contract written on a paper napkin. Barcelona offered to pay his medical bills on the condition that he moved to Spain. Messi and his father duly moved to Barcelona, where Messi enrolled in the club’s youth academy.


By the age of 21, Messi had received Ballon d’Or and FIFA World Player of the Year nominations. The following year, in 2009, was his first time winning both awards. He followed this up by winning the inaugural FIFA Ballon d’Or in 2010, and again in 2011 and 2012. He also won the 2010-11 UEFA Best Player in Europe award.

At the age of 24, Messi became Barcelona’s all-time top scorer in all official club competitions. At 25, he became the youngest player to score 200 goals in La Liga. In September 2014, Messi scored his 400th senior career goal for the club and country at just age 27.

Commonly ranked as the best player in the world and rated by some as the greatest of all time, Messi is the first football player in history to win four FIFA/Ballon d’Or, all of which he won consecutively, and the first to win three European Golden Shoe awards. With his professional club, FC Barcelona, he has won six La Ligas, two Copas del Rey, six Supercopas de Espana, three UEFA Champions Leagues, two UEFA Super Cups and two Club World Cups.

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A Profile of Carles Puyol

As a defender Carles Puyol remains somewhat in the shadow of players such as Ronaldinho, Samuel Eto’o or Lionel Messi, but with his energy, stamina and focus, he remains a favourite in the Nou Camp and is an essential member of the current line-up. Considered to be one of the best defenders in the world, Carles Puyol is also the first Catalan captain to have held the Champions League Cup aloft after the team defeated Arsenal in May 2006, the competition in which he was awarded Defender of the Year.

As team captain since the 2003-2004 season after Phillip Cocu left Barcelona for PSV Eindhoven, Puyol’s stocky build with legs built like tree trunks and a trademark head of curly locks all belie his speed and agility on the pitch and once he removes his shirt he reveals a ripped torso that is the product of many hours of hard training, impressively fee of any sign of body fat.

In fact Puyol’s dedication is such that he objects to being left out of a single match selection, even if it is for a rest period when the team is playing a number of matches is a short space of time and he has been noted to attend training sessions where he was specifically given a rest day.

Born in La Pobla de Segur, which is located in the interior of Catalonia, on April 13 1978, as a boy Carles Puyol played for the local side. He was signed for the FC Barcelona B team in 1996 at the age of 17 and made is first team debut in 1999 under Louis Van Gaal, when visiting Barcelona beat Valladolid 2-0.

Currently playing in the centre-back position, Puyol first played for Barcelona in the right back position when he was promoted from the B team. His original position as a boy was in goal, but when shoulder injuries prevented him from continuing he began to play as a striker, perhaps contributing to his attacking mentality today – you can only imagine what he would have been like as a goalkeeper given his absolute determination to stop the ball as a defender, but what is sure is that he would have played hard, perhaps contributing to his injuries.

Although he plays in the Spanish selection, which he has also captained on occasion, Carles Puyol is a Barcelona diehard through and through and it is difficult to imagine him playing for any other club when his contract expires in 2010, whatever offer was on the table. While Messi has been brought up at Barcelona – and there is no doubt about his current dedication to the club – it remains to be seen whether he could be lured away, but players such as Ronaldinho and Eto’o, whatever their brilliance, can only ever be considered hired hands.

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Philosophic-Historical Truths Confer Juventus Winner of 2018/2019 UEFA Champions League

One natural occurrence that has greatly affected man in recent times has been the volcanic eruptions of 2010 in Iceland. The Eyjafjallajokul as it is called released ashes into the skies of Europe on the 14th of April. This eruption caused a massive disruption in flights coming into and out of Europe with the closure of several airports. Several thousands of flights were reported to have been cancelled leaving millions of passengers stranded across the world.

Little did many know that the Eyjafjallajokul was an occurrence whose object was the first leg semifinal match between FC Barcelona of Spain and Inter Milan of Italy. The volcanic eruption made the former its target with the aim to wear them out and create an advantage for the home side. The first leg was scheduled in Italy and given the busy soccer calendar the match had to go ahead as planned. The constraints of time meant the visitors had to go by road to Milan, a journey that had psychological consequences of fatigue for the travelling team. The result was that Barcelona lost the match and was eliminated from the competition.

Eyjafjallajokul happened primarily for historical reasons. Its cause, the mover of the eruptions was however philosophical. The historical factor behind this event had already been fleshed out in the paper The Philosophy of the UEFA Champions League. The philosophical aspect had been thoroughly detailed in my book The Philosophy of the Cosmos.

According to The Philosophy of the Cosmos, the origins of the universe started when incorporeal entities called the abstracts imparted their force into some stuff of the material universe. The abstracts are spirit, soul, air, mind, consciousness, reason and ideas. The objects brought into existence are cosmic bodies, plants, animals and man. These constitute the real. There is also the material which are rocks, mountains etc. Therefore the cosmos is categorized into the abstract, the real and the material. These abstracts that caused the evolution and its objects continue to subsist in them.

In The Philosophy of the UEFA Champions League, those abstracts that still form part of the universe developed with man, specific traits or characteristics owing to certain circumstances in the past. For example the people of Ijebu Ode acquired the traits of intelligence, organization and commercial enterprise owing to centuries of maneuvering with non-military options for their survival. Those traits of intelligence have become fixed and permanent even when the people are no longer engaged in those activities that engendered the traits. The point where the activities lead to these traits is the metaphysic. This is where the traits begin to flow naturally continuing the generational transfer that those activities too, passed through.

In Europe’s premier club competition, the decades of existence of the European Cup represents the centuries of Ijebu Ode’s maneuvering for survival with non-military options while the UEFA Champions League is the fixed, permanent and irreversible period of the developed traits of intelligence and organization of the Ijebu Ode people. The introduction of the UEFA Champions League in 1992 is the metaphysic point of the European Cup era of 1956 to 1992.

For the UEFA Champions League the metaphysic formed is based on the historical antecedents of the participating leagues and clubs. It is based on historical precedence. This rule first started to take shape in 2000 when La liga leveled Serie A and Premier League for its 9th European silverware. The rule formally came into effect in 2002 when La liga won its 10 European cup. From that year till date, neither have Serie A moved ahead of La liga nor did Premier League leapfrog Serie A. This was exactly the reason why Eyjafjallajokul released its ashes into European airspace in 2010.

Real Madrid was the first club to win the European Cup in 1956. It won the trophy consecutively for five years. No other club in European football has ever managed a feat near this. FC Barcelona won the trophy once in the European Cup era. The club lagged teams like Bayern Munich and Liverpool that achieved trebles in the European Cup. In 2009 FC Barcelona won the UEFA Champions League. About 6 months later, the club had claimed all the trophies it competed for. Thus in 2010 Guardiola’s men set about the task of becoming the first club side to retain it. It was this objective of Barcelona that caused the Eyjafjallajokul to spew ashes into the skies. Eyjafjallajokul happened because of the message underlying the rule of precedence which for Barcelona reads Ye Cannot Be At Present What Thou Has Not Been in the Past. The import of this message is that Barcelona doesn’t have the pedigree to defend the cup. That only Real Madrid possessed such pedigree. Therefore only Madrid which boasts that pedigree in Europe could accomplish such a feat. Hence, the eruption of the volcano.

What Barcelona tried and failed to accomplish from 2010 to 2012 was what Real Madrid attempted and succeeded with from 2016 to 2018. Barcelona encountered obstacles not in Inter Milan and Chelsea who were merely the instruments of execution but in Real Madrid. That Barcelona failed collectively with their managerial acumen, team ethic and exceptional talents all in their prime while, Real Madrid, at the last round of its consecutive treble, successfully blazed past all its knockout stage opponents with the aid of a highly consistent string of fortunes never enjoyed by any club else in recorded history tells the entire tale: the woes of Barcelona and triumph of Madrid were contrived and planned.

One inexplicable match result at the 2017/2018 season which had an indirect influence on Real Madrid’s eventual victory was the 3-0 thumping of Barcelona in Rome. AS Roma’s dumping of FC Barcelona out of the 2017/2018 Champions League helped prevent a possible clash with Real Madrid which could have resulted in an almost certain defeat for the eventual champions. This elimination by Roma also has far greater implications for Barcelona in the near future. The Rome defeat meant that Liverpool escaped a possible meeting with Barcelona. The resurgence and appearance of Liverpool in the finals portends a worrisome development for Barcelona. Given that on head to head basis, Liverpool won the last contest in season 2006/2007’s first series of knockout ties, therefore, Barcelona would have had a semifinal clash with Liverpool at her advantage.

The issue which the Roma victory and the emergence of Liverpool has brought to light is that the problems that Barcelona confronted from 2010 to 2012 and which caused the Eyjafjallajokul to create an advantage for Inter Milan is about to rear its ugly head once more. The fact is Liverpool and Barcelona are currently on five European titles apiece. Together with Bayern Munich, this trio constitutes three of the teams that have won five titles at the highest level in European football. Liverpool and Bayern Munich achieved trebles out of their quintuple in the European Cup era. Both of them had golden eras of club football that predate Barcelona’s.

The English and German clubs have a pedigree that Barcelona doesn’t possess and cannot boast of. Real Madrid, too, had its golden era at its inception that predates all the clubs. The precedence of Real Madrid’s golden era was the factor behind why Barcelona failed to flourish in Europe from 2009 to 2012 as did Madrid from 2014 to 2018. With Liverpool and Bayern Munich now on queue for European glory, Barcelona is about to face the exact situation of 2010 when Eyjafjallajokul unleashed itself on Europe.

Barcelona’s problems in Europe are mainly with Liverpool and Bayern Munich. These are the obstacles to the Catalan’s success in Europe. The rule of precedence at the club level means Barcelona will lag Liverpool and Bayern Munich for its 6th European title. But, at the league level, the Serie A and Premier League are currently tied at 12 European silverwares apiece which means Juventus will be the first to achieve European glory, to be followed by Liverpool afterwards. However being in the position to win ahead of Liverpool, Juventus still faces formidable opposition from the reigning champions. This threat though has been put out with the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo.

The case of Ronaldo suffices for how man could in a peculiar situation through sustained activity, acquire the metaphysic necessary for extraordinary accomplishments. Ronaldo accepted the challenge created as a result of the Messi comparison over who was the best in the world. To this end, he crossed over to Spain in the summer of 2009 to prove he is the better player. Remember the 40 goals of his debut in Spanish top-flight. After years of intensified rivalry he would actually acquire the powers that will be the force behind 4 Champions League titles under 5 years.

No longer at Real Madrid, Ronaldo’s exit has created a vacuum, metaphysically with which he charged Real Madrid’s European Cup pedigree in recent years. And he will soon be deploying this metaphysical force soonest at Turin where there is a strong Serie A pedigree of the European Cup which Juventus currently rides on.

When Ronaldo’s metaphysical force combines with Serie A’s historical antecedents, a spark that will create the necessary impetus for glory in 2019 will be lit. It is this combination of philosophical and historical factors that will ease Juventus past its opponents in the 2018/2019 edition of the Champions League.

Besides Real Madrid, the coming years is of importance to fans, administrators, players and coaches of PSG, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Liverpool, Manchester City and Juventus in the UEFA Champions League. It is important to clubs that are yearning for continental glory. The coming years, too, particularly the next three is of great importance to metaphysics and philosophy. Using the Champions League as laboratory, the course of the next three editions will help prove that metaphysics is a global phenomenon. That it exists in reality; that there are metaphysical forces in the universe; that the Eyjafjallajokul and Grimsvotn both occurred at the instigation of and as a consequence of communication between the metaphysic forces in the world; that both volcanic eruptions had Barcelona as their object; that the metaphysic forces of Champions League never wanted Barcelona to win the 2011 edition and; that the order of Juventus, Liverpool and to some extent Bayern Munich as victors of the Champions League that are all yet to kickoff, with FC Barcelona having to queue behind them before its next continental glory, will help substantiate the fact that the Eyjafjallajokul had the Catalan giants as its main target.

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Birmingham City vs Arsenal

Arsenal would be looking to bounce back from 2 disappointing results by winning at Birmingham to maintain their 5 point gap or even increase their lead at the top.

Birmingham would feel that if they could get a draw at the Emirates than they can either get the same result or provide a shock against the league leaders but it would not be easy.

Arsenal should win this but with some difficulty.

Liverpool Vs Middlesboro

You never know what you are going to get from Liverpool and especially from their manager. The 1 thing you do know you are not going to get is the same side that beat Inter Milan on Tuesday. Middlesboro have not lost a game this year and would like to keep that run going but if Liverpool play to their full potential they should win. It would not surprise me if this ends in a draw but I really do expect Liverpool to with this game.

Newcastle United Vs Manchester United

Newcastle have not won under Kevin Keegan and after tomorrow, I expect that record to continue as anything other than a Manchester United victory would be a total surprise.

They would not lose 6-0 as they did at Old Trafford but I still expect them to lose against a team that would be buoyant after decent results against Arsenal and Lyon in the champion’s league.

The 1 saving grace for Newcastle is that Manchester United do not always play well immediately after a champions league tie but unfortunately Newcastle do not have the desired quality to trouble the champions.They did get an improbable draw against Manchester United last season and Keegan always wants to beat Ferguson so you never know.

Carling Cup Final

Chelsea Vs Tottenham Hotspurs

Juande Ramos is a past master in winning cup finals but I cannot see them defeating Chelsea on Sunday bearing in mind they played 2 days after Chelsea did in the midweek and also how very organised Chelsea are defensively.

If Ledley King plays then Spurs would stand a slight chance as he provides so much defensive prowess to them but if he does not then I do not give them a chance.

Spurs have all the flair and attacking prowess but Chelsea are a very hard nut to crack and Tottenham have to score 1st to stand any chance.

I would like to see Spurs win the cup but I just cannot see past Chelsea winning it.


Roma Vs Fiorentina

This is the game of the weekend in Italy and pits 2 of the most attractive teams against each other.

Roma managed to defeat Real Madrid in the champions league on Tuesday and that would have boosted their confidence after some shaky results whilst Fiorentina defeated Rosenborg to go through to the next phase of the UEFA cup just last night.

The fact that Fiorentina played 2 days after and do not exactly have a very good away record makes me opt firmly towards Roma.

Sampdoria Vs Inter Milan

Inter would be looking to put their 1st defeat in 5 months against Liverpool firmly behind them and I strongly fancy them to beat Sampdoria at Genoa.

Sampdoria, inspired by Antonio Cassano did well to defeat city rivals, Genoa last weekend but I do not see them repeating the trick against Inter unless Inter decide to implode by having a man sent off early again.

Inter do have problems at the back though with Ivan Cordoba ruled out for the season joining Walter Samuel as casualties for the season.

Reginna Vs Juventus

Juventus are coming off 2 excellent results and would be full of confidence when they face relegation threatened Reginna on Saturday evening knowing fully well that a victory would catapult them to 2nd albeit for a few hours.

This would not be easy as Juventus have shown this season that they tend not to win games you fully expect them to and have drawn a lot of games they were expected to win. But I do think they would win this game but not very comfortably.

Milan Vs Palermo

Like Liverpool, you never know what you are going to get and this is not an easy game to call. You would think Milan should win this game but they have drawn far too many home games to consider any game a home banker.

Pato and Kaka are back so that should help and they would also be buoyed by their midweek performance at Arsenal.

I expect a very narrow victory for the Rossoneri.

La Liga

Sevilla Vs Zaragoza

Sevilla are quite formidable at home and Zaragoza are inconsistent everywhere so I would expect Sevilla to win this game.

Barcelona Vs Levante

Barcelona looked like they are coming back into some semblance of form with a number of key players performing well against Celtic including Ronaldinho, Deco, Thierry Henry and most especially Lionel Messi.

Samuel Etoo is back as well and Levante, which is possibly the poorest team in La Liga this season do not have a prayer.

Real Madrid Vs Getafe

This is a local derby with the added spice of Real Madrid manager Bernd Schuster coming up against his former club and Getafe manager, Michael Laudrup coming up against a side he graced so well as a player.

Real were unlucky to be defeated at Roma and have a 100% home record in la Liga this season. They also have the additional boost of Robinho returning to the fold so I fully expect them to be too strong for a Getafe side that played yesterday in Uefa Cup defeating AEK Athens 3-0.

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