Lionel Messi’s dream job as a 13-year-old was to be a PE teacher as old interview goes viral

A coach: All the ones I had because I learned from all of them (Gabriel, Morales, Domínguez, Vecchio and Coria).

A fitness coach: Pablo Sánchez.

One player: Two, my brother and my cousin.

A team: Newells

A hobby: listening to music.

One style of music: cuarteto and cumbia.

A TV show: Primicias

A magazine: Pasión Rojinegra (Newell’s fan magazine)

One book: The Bible.

A movie: Baby’s Day Out.

Other sports: handball.

A model: Nicole Neumann.

One food: chicken and gravy.

One subject: Spanish

One job: physical education teacher

One goal: to graduate from high school.

One goal: play in the first division.

A joy: when we were champions.

A sadness: the death of my grandmother.

One hope: To play in the premier league with Newell’s

A memory: when my grandmother took me to play soccer for the first time.

A dream: to play for Argentina.

A story to tell: When we traveled to Peru and became champions.

Humility: what a person must never lose.

Argentina youth teams: I would like to play for them.

Expectations for this year: Becoming champion again.

Family: My father Jorge, my mother Celia and my brothers and sisters Rodrigo, Natalia and Marisol.

Friends: I’m lucky to have a lot of good friends – if I tried to name them I’d forget someone.

What does Newells mean in your life? Everything, absolutely everything. Lionel Messi’s dream job as a 13-year-old was to be a PE teacher as old interview goes viral

Maureen Mackey

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