Leo Messi it is already history in the FC Barcelonay leaves a huge legacy since he debuted with the first team in 2004. And among many things, the Argentine also leaves the number ’10’.
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The forward inherited it from Ronaldinho, when the Brazilian star trusted him to carry it on his back, after he wore the 30 and later the 19.
Messi He took the ’10’ from 2008 and 13 years later he comes off that so historic shirt after having exhibited great nights of glory for all Barcelona fans.
Through their social networks, the Catalan team published an image in which it appears Ansu Fati trained with the ball, which indicates that the young footballer will soon wear Barça again.
The forward could even appear before the national team break, the date scheduled for his return to the pitch. Before the matches that the Spanish team will play, Barça will open the league tournament by facing Real Sociedad, Athletic de Bilbao and Getafe.
In the comments of that publication, a large part of the fans of the Barcelona they commented that Ansu must be chosen to wear the elastic that Messi set free.
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” Give him the 10! ”, Expressed the fans so that Fati be the new player who takes the team to the top. Not Griezmann, not Depay, not anyone. This guy is the true hope of the club. I hope I can recover to the fullest and return a little enthusiasm to the fans, ” was another comment.
When Barça made the presentation of its squad official at the Joan Gamper, Ansu he wore the ’17’ and the number ’10’ was not worn by anyone. It is still a mystery to know what will happen, but it will be rare that someone wears that number during this season, with the memory of Messi still more than present.
It should be remembered that unlike other competitions, such as the NBA, in the league there is no tradition of removing team numberss. In fact, the regulations prevent it, so that is not an option to contemplate.
Who have been the owners of the ’10’ in Barcelona?
Messi – 2008-2021
Ronaldinho – 2003-2008
Juan Roman Riquelme – 2002-2003
Rivaldo – 2000-2002
Jari Litmanen – 1999-2000
Giovanni – 1996-1997
Angel Cuéllar – 1995-1996