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Having Lionel Messi ‘s shirt in your hall of fame must be a great satisfaction. But if it’s Messi to have YOUR shirt, well, maybe it’s really a dream, the highest possible recognition.
In the world of sport, among professional athletes and enthusiasts, the mania of collecting memorabilia linked to a single player, a team or more clubs is a historical two footballers .
Especially in the classic “David against Goliath” matches, the players of the weakest club chase the celebrity of the day and compete with each other to grab the coveted trophy.
Even Messi, the Argentinian striker of Barcelona, ​​considered among the strongest players ever, has his own private collection which he showed on his Instagram profile of him. Take a look carefully:

A post shared by Leo Messi (@leomessi) on: May 9, 2017 at 00:26 PDT
Among the approximately 70 shirts, the central row is strictly dedicated to the “Flea” itself: there are the his camisetas of the Argentine national team and those of Barcelona . But looking quickly left and right we find famous and prestigious “faces” such asFrancesco Totti , captain of Roma, Iker Casillas and Raul , historical flags of Real Madrid, Gerard Pique, Cesc Fabregas and Dani Alves , his friends at Barcelona, ​​Yaya Toure , who moved to Barca and then to Manchester City as Sergio Aguero . Above, in the skylight, also the shirt of Pavel Nedved at the time of Juventus and Henry. [/ vc_column_text] [/ vc_column] [/ vc_row]

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But if you sharpen your sight, the fun begins. Yes, because in the room that Messi proudly shows immortalized next to his son Thiago, some funny, unusual and bizarre names jump out. No Cristiano Ronaldo or Buffon, so to speak . Next to him, on his right, we find Oscar Ustari , a 30-year-old Argentine goalkeeper who currently plays in Mexico, in Atlas, after having toured several clubs in his career. With Messi he shared the whole Argentine process, between Under and a brief appearance in the senior national team. Always remaining in the land of tango, another shirt that attracts attention is that of Manuel Lanzini, 24-year-old playmaker who plays in West Ham and judging from this photo on Instagram they swapped their shirts in January 2016.
Sueno cumplido !! Gracias @robertolopeztattoo y un crack @leomessi increible dia A post shared by Manuel Lanzini (@manuulanzini) on Jan 27, 2016 at 03:39 am PST

But let’s get ready . The right side, in fact, is a jumble of “Italian” shirts. In addition to Francesco Totti, the other Italian to be honored and immortalized in the collection and the former Cagliari captain, Daniele Conti . Flag of the Sardinian club for having played from 1999 to 2015, and his father, Bruno , to reveal how he managed to take possession of the shirt:
I am honored to see Messi in my son’s shirt. One day Daniele called me and told me he had two tickets to go to Barcelona. I asked him if there was a chance to take a picture with Messi. I had also heard from my captain, Francesco Totti, before going to Messi who gave me an autographed shirt to give them. Messi was incredibly helpful, he gave us the signed t-shirt for Daniele and Totti. In addition to a phenomenon, I met a person of great humility

Kevin Costant and really a surprise, if it were not that, playing against Milan, Messi could have asked for Nesta ‘s., just to stay in defense. The two teams, in recent years, have crossed paths several times, but to guide the style, it should be the 2012-2013 season.
Another former Milan appears in the wall on the right: Adil Rami , who has been playing for Sevilla for two years, while the shirt of Rodrigo de Paul , currently at Udinese, but for two seasons at Valencia, is more displaced.

But on the floor there is a double surprise: two Apoel Nicosia shirts , the most successful team in Cyprus. They are from Tomas De Vincenti , Argentine midfielder, and Mario Sergio, Portuguese defender. Once again it is the Champions League to cross stories: the two clubs, in fact, met in the 2013-2014 season.
Well what can I say, even in this Messi proves to be unique!

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