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Lionel Messi was honored and now the AFA property in Ezeiza will bear his name


The captain of the Argentine National Team received the recognition from Claudio Chiqui Tapia on behalf of the Argentine Football Association. 'It's very exciting,' said the Flea.

Lionel Andrés Messi

will leave an eternal legacy in Argentine soccer and from the Association they gave him a unique recognition: this Saturday at the Ezeiza property, the president, Claudio Chiqui Tapia, led an


in tribute to the captain of the Argentine National Team and discovered a plaque to announce that the "Housing Complex" will now bear the name of the Rosario crack.

After Tapia's presentation, Messi took the microphone and in front of all his teammates and other Argentine football leaders who were invited to the event (Mariano Andújar, Sergio Romero and Marcos Rojo were present, among others) he thanked with great emotion for recognition.

"I have been coming to this property for almost 20 years and from the first day I felt something special. And to this day I feel it. I think I have had very bad moments with the National Team, very hard moments. But it was getting here and feeling happiness for being in this place. And I still feel it. That's why I'm very happy that this place is going to bear my name. I think that recognition is made in life and passing through here and knowing that this place is going to be called Lionel Andrés Messi is something very nice," said the Flea.

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Source: clarin

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