Dani Alves: Messi lacks support at Barcelona

Dani Alves has reviewed the current affairs of Barça from Brazil. Former Barcelona right-back Dani Alves, says that Lionel Messi is frustrated with the fact that he consistently has to save the team. Speaking to Catalunya Radio, he explained that he thinks the Catalan captain will not leave, but the club must provide him with a winning environment.

Mentioned in MARCA website, Dani Alves added “He’s a born winner, he doesn’t like to lose and it’s normal to get angry,” Alves told Catalunya Radio.

“He wants to win every time, like me.

“He’s been doing it for so long that you can tell when your team is giving [that feeling] and when it’s not.

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Asked about

Pandemic in Brazil

“Worried like everyone. It is an unexpected situation and you have to take it easy, try not to live in fear. You have to take precautions, but keep on living. The championship starts now and we are training, we did a mini preseason and we are prepared. “

You miss Barça

“I am not a selfish or spiteful person. Of course I miss Barça and I always will, because it is my home. The other day I commented with my people that I have been eight years at Barça and almost went out the back door That bittersweet taste of asking you what else to do remains. “

‘Messi is only human and lacks support at Barcelona’ – Dani Alves feels for frustrated superstar

“He is a born winner, he does not like to lose and it is normal for him to be angry. He wants always to win, as I have. Messi has been doing it for so long that you already perceive when your team gives and when not. That is why he says, he has been at Barça for many years and he is aware of what he needs to be able to win and aspire to great things. He needs to be clothed. Messi was the main course but we are the perfect ingredients. He always wants to be on top and you need people to build that. The feeling now is that he always has to be pulling the car and he’s human. “

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