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Soccer版 - Q&A: Lionel Messi on His Sport, Cristiano Ronaldo and Argentina - TIME
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l*******o
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煤黑,煤灰,煤粉和煤轮的机会
Interview: Lionel Messi on His Sport, Cristiano Ronaldo — and Argentina
By Bobby Ghosh / Barcelona
Read more: http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2105369,00.html#ixzz1kev3H83Y
Journalists are evenly split on whether or not they should interview their
personal heroes: some say you shouldn't because you'll find your idol has
feet of clay, others argue the opportunity is too good to miss. For me, it
was a no-brainer. Lionel Messi is not only the shining star of my favorite
team, FC Barcelona (although among my sentimental favorites, he ranks behind
stalwarts Carles Puyol, Xavi Hernández and Andrés Iniesta), he's also a
highly unusual sporting icon. In an era when many sports celebrities swagger
extravagantly, on and off the field, Messi is something of a throwback: a
well-behaved young man who keeps his nose scrupulously clean.
On the field, he shows little of the petulance and amateur dramatics of so
many soccer players, including one or two in Barcelona colors. When he
scores, he always raises two forefingers to the sky, dedicating the goal to
his late grandmother. When he's fouled, he rarely — rarely — exaggerates
his pain: he's too much in a hurry to get the ball back at his feet. Off the
field, he lives a quiet life, with his father in the Barcelona suburb of
Castelldefels. Unlike many top players (including some of his recent
teammates), he's rarely seen in the city's bars and discos, with a
supermodel on his arm. (Read "The Experts Weigh In: Messi May Be the Best of
All Time — Except for One Thing.")
I had been warned that he was not a great interview. For one thing, he is
naturally reticient; for another, modern sportsmen are taught by p.r.
experts and lawyers to regard every question from a journalist as booby trap
, to be treated with maximum caution. In dozens and dozens of Messi
interviews I scanned through, he had said little that was revealing.
When Lisa Abend and met him, I could tell Messi was on his guard, like a
phalanx of Italian defenders playing catenaccio. He made little eye contact
and spent much of the time tightly clutching, with both hands, the bottom of
his chair. I can't truthfully say we broke down his defenses, but we did
get a flash or two of candor, which is rare in a Messi interview. You be the
judge. (See TIME's cover story on Messi.)
On how he judges his own success:
I don't know. Every time I start a year, I start with the objective of
trying to achieve everything, without comparing it to how I've done in other
seasons, to what I've accomplished before, or to what we've accomplished as
a group. For me, what's happened has happened, and I'm always looking
toward what's ahead. You don't have time to stop and think about everything
that happens, it all happens too quickly. When I retire, I'll stop and think
about that.
On how his skills have evolved:
I can't really say. Year after year, I've grown, improved. I was lucky to
start very young and always have very good colleagues around me as I was
coming up, and this has helped me and how I play. And with [Barcelona coach
Pep] Guardiola, I learned to play tactically, which is what I most needed,
what my game needed. From the tactical point of view, it's been about
knowing how to stop [to think] on the field when we don't have the ball. And
that makes us better when we have it. (Read "An Introduction to Messi: An
Outsider's Take.")
On his low-key lifestyle:
I've always been this way, ever since I was young. I've always really just
liked football, and I've always devoted a lot of time to it. When I was a
kid, my friends would call me to go out with them, but I would stay home
because I had practice the next day. I like going out, but you have to know
when you can and when you can't. That's why I say nothing's changed since I
was young. My friends would go out and I'd stay home. But not for nothing,
because I knew it had to be that way, and at that moment, I was dedicated to
football.
On whether he's had to sacrifice fun in the pursuit of excellence:
I never thought that. I always thought I wanted to play professionally, and
I always knew that to do that I'd have to make a lot of sacrifices. I made
sacrifices by leaving Argentina, leaving my family to start a new life. I
changed my friends, my people. Everything. But everything I did, I did for
football, to achieve my dream. That's why I didn't go out partying, or a lot
of other things.
On his first experiences at Barcelona's famous La Masía training school:
It helped me a lot because I came [from Argentina] alone, and I was with all
the guys in the Masía, I was one of them. We were all from someplace else,
and we helped each other. The truth is that there were a lot of happy
moments because we were there together for a lot of time, and the
relationships between all of us got stronger and stronger. Lots of happy
times.
On his preparations for the next World Cup, and what he learned from the
last one:
I'm preparing now like I would for any match, any important match whether it
's the World Cup or Champions League or the Copa del Rey. I play all games
the same, as if they were all finals. Nothing changes in my preparations.
On whether playing for Argentina in the World Cup brought a different kind
of pressure:
No, we feel pressure with every match: not just me, but anyone who's on a
national team. What I can say that I learned [in the 2010 World Cup in South
Africa] is that the most important thing is that the team be strong, that
they be united. That's what's important in a tournament that is so short. (
Read "Soccer Legend Eric Cantona's New Goal? The French Presidency.")
On whether his rivalry with Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo makes him a
better player:
I don't think so. I never really fixated on him or compared myself with
another player. My mentality is just to achieve more each year, to grow both
as an individual and as a team, and if he wasn't there, I'd be doing the
same thing.
On what he thinks of Ronaldo:
I think he's a good person. I think he's a good player, who brings a lot to
Madrid, and who, in any moment, can decide a game.
On whether, when Ronaldo scores in a game, he feels pressure to do likewise:
No. I care about how Madrid's doing because they're competing against us,
and they're in our League, and because almost every year, we compete for the
title. But against Ronaldo, no.
On his competitiveness, and how he feels when he loses:
I am competitive and I feel bad when we lose. You can see it in me when we'
ve lost. I'm in a bad way. I don't like to talk to anyone. I just retreat
into myself and go over the game in my head: the things that went wrong,
what I did wrong, why we didn't win. (Read about David Beckham signing on
for two more years in Los Angeles.)
On how long he broods:
Until the next game. Luckily we play a lot, so it happens quickly.
On how he feels when criticized by fellow Argentines for his performances
with the national team:
Yes, yes, it hurt, it bothered me. Because they said things that weren't
true — that I didn't care as much about wearing the [Argentine] shirt. I
didn't feel that, I didn't think that. And now, I think what people there
understand that this is a team game, and that I try to play the same way
there as I do in Barcelona, and always do the best I can.
On his strong identification with Argentina, despite having lived in
Barcelona since age 12:
I've never stopped being Argentine, and I've never wanted to. I feel very
proud of being Argentine, even though I left there. I've been clear about
this since I was very young, and I never wanted to change. Barcelona is my
home because both the club and the people here have given me everything, but
I won't stop being Argentine.
On why he feels his countrymen are finally warming to him:
You see it in the affection that people there have, for what they say on
television. Before, there was a lot of criticism and everything was bad. And
now it's not like that. That's good, because every country I go to, people
have always received me very well, and in my own country that wasn't
happening. (See TIME's World Cup 2010 coverage.)
On the reception he gets from fans around the world, like in Kolkata, India,
where he recently played:
Incredible. It's happened in a lot of countries I've visited, but it's still
surprising. I never imagined that so far from Spain or Argentina, people
would have this affection for me. It makes me very happy.
On whether this adulation puts more pressure on him to score:
No, I play the same as always. Whether it's a friendly match, or for points,
or a final, or any game — I play the same. I'm always trying to be my best
, first for my team, for myself, for the fans, and to try and win.
On the qualities of his teammates that he admires:
I haven't changed my values, the values that I learned from my family. They'
re the same ones I brought to Barça, to the club, that the guys in
charge at La Masía teach to the kids: respect, humility, collegiality,
respect one another no matter who he is.
On the World Cup 2014, and whether it will be his moment to silence his
critics:
I hope so. I hope it's the moment for Argentina and that we can become
champions. I'm going [to Brazil] because I want to be a champion and share
the World Cup with my national team. But if it doesn't turn out that way, I
can't do anything about it. And there's still a lot of time. There's still a
lot of time to prepare and to improve.
D****o
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谢laomaomao~
赶脚这写文章的人比我还脑残粉

behind

【在 l*******o 的大作中提到】
: 煤黑,煤灰,煤粉和煤轮的机会
: Interview: Lionel Messi on His Sport, Cristiano Ronaldo — and Argentina
: By Bobby Ghosh / Barcelona
: Read more: http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2105369,00.html#ixzz1kev3H83Y
: Journalists are evenly split on whether or not they should interview their
: personal heroes: some say you shouldn't because you'll find your idol has
: feet of clay, others argue the opportunity is too good to miss. For me, it
: was a no-brainer. Lionel Messi is not only the shining star of my favorite
: team, FC Barcelona (although among my sentimental favorites, he ranks behind
: stalwarts Carles Puyol, Xavi Hernández and Andrés Iniesta), he's also a

l*******o
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你是花痴么。。。

【在 D****o 的大作中提到】
: 谢laomaomao~
: 赶脚这写文章的人比我还脑残粉
:
: behind

D****o
发帖数: 12808
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我好像比不过楼楼

【在 l*******o 的大作中提到】
:
: 你是花痴么。。。

l*******o
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阁楼是花痴的平方,海海。。。

【在 D****o 的大作中提到】
: 我好像比不过楼楼
p****s
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这个必须要现场PK/验证一下.
冷冷地说,你有会员证么, 过期的也行拿出来亮亮?

【在 D****o 的大作中提到】
: 我好像比不过楼楼
D****o
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主动认输的也要验证?不带这么打脸的啊亲

【在 p****s 的大作中提到】
: 这个必须要现场PK/验证一下.
: 冷冷地说,你有会员证么, 过期的也行拿出来亮亮?

p****s
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我奏是来质疑主动认输的,主要是老夫曾从相距不到一柱香的真实世界距离观察过,阁楼似乎表现仍属正常人,倒是同行的某某自控看上去很有问题。。。

【在 D****o 的大作中提到】
: 主动认输的也要验证?不带这么打脸的啊亲
D****o
发帖数: 12808
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某某是谁?
那你要怎么验证嘛

阁楼似乎表现仍属正常人,倒是同行的某某自控看上去很有问题。。。

【在 p****s 的大作中提到】
: 我奏是来质疑主动认输的,主要是老夫曾从相距不到一柱香的真实世界距离观察过,阁楼似乎表现仍属正常人,倒是同行的某某自控看上去很有问题。。。
l*******o
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阁楼似乎表现仍属正常人,倒是同行的某某自控看上去很有问题。。。
一柱香是时间还是距离么?

【在 p****s 的大作中提到】
: 我奏是来质疑主动认输的,主要是老夫曾从相距不到一柱香的真实世界距离观察过,阁楼似乎表现仍属正常人,倒是同行的某某自控看上去很有问题。。。
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名家評梅西金球奖最新赔率
p****s
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某某自然是d开头的。。。
验证? 那要看啥时候再有现场看比赛的机会了。。。

【在 D****o 的大作中提到】
: 某某是谁?
: 那你要怎么验证嘛
:
: 阁楼似乎表现仍属正常人,倒是同行的某某自控看上去很有问题。。。

p****s
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这里特指距离,就是那种还没点着的。。。
好吧,还是换成是一根筷子的正距离。。。

【在 l*******o 的大作中提到】
:
: 阁楼似乎表现仍属正常人,倒是同行的某某自控看上去很有问题。。。
: 一柱香是时间还是距离么?

D****o
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距离,真实世界。

【在 l*******o 的大作中提到】
:
: 阁楼似乎表现仍属正常人,倒是同行的某某自控看上去很有问题。。。
: 一柱香是时间还是距离么?

l*******o
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哦,那你俩之间的距离是相当的近啊。。。

【在 p****s 的大作中提到】
: 这里特指距离,就是那种还没点着的。。。
: 好吧,还是换成是一根筷子的正距离。。。

l*******o
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那是不是只能说阁楼因为某种原因没有表现出花痴的一面啊?

【在 D****o 的大作中提到】
: 距离,真实世界。
p****s
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任何一个宇宙迷如果在现场看小白哥带球乱入没有尖叫花枝乱颤,相反只是冷静点点头淡淡地说“这球还不错,比刚才那两下好多了”, 我觉得就可以判定为非花痴。

【在 l*******o 的大作中提到】
: 那是不是只能说阁楼因为某种原因没有表现出花痴的一面啊?
D****o
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也可以说明看球多。

头淡淡地说“这球还不错,比刚才那两下好多了”, 我觉得就可以判定为非花痴。

【在 p****s 的大作中提到】
: 任何一个宇宙迷如果在现场看小白哥带球乱入没有尖叫花枝乱颤,相反只是冷静点点头淡淡地说“这球还不错,比刚才那两下好多了”, 我觉得就可以判定为非花痴。
l*******o
发帖数: 12469
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头淡淡地说“这球还不错,比刚才那两下好多了”, 我觉得就可以判定为非花痴。
阁楼不是花痴煤球么,一捏死他显然对她木有吸引力哈。。。

【在 p****s 的大作中提到】
: 任何一个宇宙迷如果在现场看小白哥带球乱入没有尖叫花枝乱颤,相反只是冷静点点头淡淡地说“这球还不错,比刚才那两下好多了”, 我觉得就可以判定为非花痴。
p****s
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that's a valid point... 煤球当时确实木有随队到大农村来
这里还可以展开说一个花絮, 如今宇宙迷对于山西球王都有专门的致谢方式了,一般就是
it进球后看台上会有双臂齐举然后重复做拜大神的叩拜pose,看比赛时可以留意这样的特写镜头,已经约定俗成了。

【在 l*******o 的大作中提到】
:
: 头淡淡地说“这球还不错,比刚才那两下好多了”, 我觉得就可以判定为非花痴。
: 阁楼不是花痴煤球么,一捏死他显然对她木有吸引力哈。。。

l*******o
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般就是
的特写镜头,已经约定俗成了。
这是从天朝引进的?

【在 p****s 的大作中提到】
: that's a valid point... 煤球当时确实木有随队到大农村来
: 这里还可以展开说一个花絮, 如今宇宙迷对于山西球王都有专门的致谢方式了,一般就是
: it进球后看台上会有双臂齐举然后重复做拜大神的叩拜pose,看比赛时可以留意这样的特写镜头,已经约定俗成了。

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关于A帮“野兽”典故的一点回忆曝梅西自私引发巴萨内乱
最近听说90罩罩输掉的原因是布兰科喝了亭亭的饮料,The most selfish Messi leads him to behave like a star whi
D****o
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你在哪看的?
进球了不都是跟拍人骑人的火爆场面么?

般就是
的特写镜头,已经约定俗成了。

【在 p****s 的大作中提到】
: that's a valid point... 煤球当时确实木有随队到大农村来
: 这里还可以展开说一个花絮, 如今宇宙迷对于山西球王都有专门的致谢方式了,一般就是
: it进球后看台上会有双臂齐举然后重复做拜大神的叩拜pose,看比赛时可以留意这样的特写镜头,已经约定俗成了。

l*******o
发帖数: 12469
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人骑人,场面却是火爆。。。

【在 D****o 的大作中提到】
: 你在哪看的?
: 进球了不都是跟拍人骑人的火爆场面么?
:
: 般就是
: 的特写镜头,已经约定俗成了。

D****o
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23
这种真吐槽不能。

【在 l*******o 的大作中提到】
:
: 人骑人,场面却是火爆。。。

l*******o
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哦,按以为是球迷拜神人骑人呢。。。

【在 D****o 的大作中提到】
: 这种真吐槽不能。
p****s
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任何高光, 还有从宇宙酒吧现场。。。很久了
你要跟上形势
http://www.footytube.com/video/M%C3%A1laga-vs-Barcelona-102459
2:33处为一例, 不是所有人进球都有这个待遇。

【在 D****o 的大作中提到】
: 你在哪看的?
: 进球了不都是跟拍人骑人的火爆场面么?
:
: 般就是
: 的特写镜头,已经约定俗成了。

D****o
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能注意到观众,你显然不是花痴
我最多能听到山呼海啸般地messi

【在 p****s 的大作中提到】
: 任何高光, 还有从宇宙酒吧现场。。。很久了
: 你要跟上形势
: http://www.footytube.com/video/M%C3%A1laga-vs-Barcelona-102459
: 2:33处为一例, 不是所有人进球都有这个待遇。

l*******o
发帖数: 12469
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对,很多球迷都会冲罗三炮叫MESSI,来为他呐喊助威。。。

【在 D****o 的大作中提到】
: 能注意到观众,你显然不是花痴
: 我最多能听到山呼海啸般地messi

s**********r
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假的,煤球不懂英文。
s**********r
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口味真重。
他怎么跳上去的

【在 D****o 的大作中提到】
: 这种真吐槽不能。
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