As soon as it was known that Ansu Fati inherited Leo Messi’s ’10’, Bori Fati, the player’s father, went to the Bara store to buy a whole shipment of his son’s shirts. All very nice. The question is whether the footballer has done well to catch that number so early. That Ansu is going to figure we had it clear last year with the two months that he offered last year. That Ansu is coming out
or a ten-month injury and it is unknown, it is also unquestionable. With Ansu you have to go with patience in every way. Koeman has already said that ahead of his reappearance. You have to go slowly, without haste to avoid an errand. As for the number, it was not necessary to run so much. Number ten on all teams is very special. It is given to established players. The last ones in Can Bara have been
Messi, Ronaldinho, Riquelme and Rivaldo.
And they did not wear it on the back until they were clear figures worldwide. Ansu still isn’t. He has to go his way to get there and tell him so soon that he is going to be the big star of the team is premature.
It gives the feeling that
in Can Bara they cry out for a star to cling to
after the departure in two summers of his great offensive referents such as Messi, Griezmann and Surez. And there is also a certain whiff of wanting to erase Messi’s footprint as soon as possible. With very good words, yes, but closing that stage as soon as possible after the incomprehensible and painful departure of Leo.
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