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FC Barcelona’s talisman, Lionel Messi has opened up on the changes in football in coming times and what does he feel about the incoming possibilities. Lionel Messi, like his fellow teammates, has been in self-isolation since the last two months due to the onslaught of the coronavirus pandemic globally.
However, he returned to training after La Liga agreed to resume training for players earlier this month. Messi has been one f the superstars of the game for almost 15 years now. Ever since his uprise in international football, there have been a lot of changes that the game has witnessed in terms of the manner in which the game is played and also technologically.
As the world of football, for the first-time ever witnessed a halt mid-season for such a long period, Lionel Messi opens up on the changes in the game as football plans its course back to normalcy.
Lionel Messi Opens Up On The Changes In Football In The Coming Times
Messi told El Pais, “Most of us are left with doubts about what the world is going to be like after everything that has happened. Beyond the confinement and the situation that took us by surprise, many people had a really hard time because this situation affected them in some way, as it happened with all those who lost their family and friends and could not even see them.”
“I think there were a lot of negative things in this crisis, but there can be nothing worse than losing the people you love the most, that creates enormous frustration for me and seems to me the most unfair thing of all. Soccer, like life in general, I think will never be the same,” Lionel Messi added.
La Liga To Resume Action From June 11
The La Liga season will resume after a three-month coronavirus lockdown on June 11 with the Seville derby, and the 2020-2021 season will start on September 12, the Spanish Sports Council confirmed on Friday. The council released a statement saying that the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) and the Spanish league had agreed to the format for the 11 remaining rounds in the top two Spanish divisions.
The competition will kick off on Thursday, June 11 when Betis play Sevilla. The rest of the league return to action on the weekend of June 13 and 14. Barcelona led Real Madrid by two points at the top of the table when the league was halted in March.