Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Five Reasons Why Lionel Messi Should Consider Chelsea Switch

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A hat-trick against Malaga in May took Messi to 68 goals for the 2011-12 season, edging him past the record for goals in a European season set by Bayern Munich Messi, who had scored five times against Milan, started for Barcelona after recovering from a minor injury. Milan was missing Stephan El Shaarawy agen judi bola terpercaya Giampaolo Pazzini up front, both out injured. Mario Balotelli had a thigh problem agen judi bola terpercaya was only fit for a place on the bench so Kaka who had only just returned from injury started alongside Robinho and Valter Birsa, with Alessagen judi bola terpercayaro Matri dropped to the bench. Kaka, who previously played for Barcelona's bitter rival Real Madrid, had an impressive performance agen judi bola terpercaya went off to a stagen judi bola terpercayaing ovation when he was substituted in the 71st minute. ALESSANDRO GAROFALO/REUTERS Robinho (c.) puts Milan ahead early thanks to some shoddy defending from the Barcelona defense.

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Robinho (c.) puts Milan ahead early thanks to some shoddy defending from the Barcelona defense. Since Forbes started their study in 2004 this is the first time English Premier League club Manchester United have not appeared top. Despite bumper commercial deals with Chevrolet agen judi bola terpercaya Aon taking their value to $3.17bn they have to make do with second place. Barcelona, who count arguably the world's best player Lionel Messi among their ranks, are third on the list, as they were in 2012. They almost doubled their value over the previous year -- the biggest rise out of any club in the top 20 -- to $2.6 billion. Arsenal, who have qualified for the lucrative European Champions League for 15 successive seasons, remain fourth on Forbes' list.

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