Pay per Head: Messi wants to shake off Barca’s troubles

Lionel MessiLionel Messi wants to get rid of a poor season at Barcelona by leading Argentina to victory at the FIFA World Cup, and pay per head services can’t wait to see how he’ll perform for his country in Brazil.

Barca lost their bid to keep the Liga title to the disappointment of many fans – Atletico Madrid got the title after a final-day 1-1 draw with the Catalan giants, in a match that was closely followed by price per head services all over the world.

Pay per head services saw that the Supercopa de Espana was Barca’s only silverware in an upsetting season under Gerardo Martino, with the coach leaving Camp Nou at the end of the campaign.

Messi also had a very difficult season, as he spent time on the sidelines due to recurring hamstring problems that concerned many fans and pay per head services.

However, pay per head services saw that Messi struck 41 times in 46 appearances.

And the star attacker hopes that a change of focus will not be difficult to come by as Argentina look to clinch a first world crown since they did it in 1986, and pay per head services are very eager to see Messi help his country make it very far in Brazil.

“I know that now I’m here with the national team I’ll change my frame of mind,” Messi told reporters after touching down in Buenos Aries on his way to meeting up with the squad.

“As often happened the other way round, when things didn’t go so well with the national team and then I went back to Barcelona and played well.

“Let’s hope it’s the other way around this time.

“When I get together in preparation with my team-mates, with my friends, then it’ll change my headspace and things will change.

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“We have a great group. We’re all coming into it on good form and hopefully we can achieve our objective. The national side is very strong.”