Javier Mascherano Believes it Is Impossible to Criticize Lionel Messi

Javier Mascherano, the former Argentina international has claimed that PSG will regret how they treated Lionel Messi.Of late, Messi has been in the news but for the wrong reasons. The World Cup-winning star player traveled to Saudi Arabia without the permission of PSG after the home defeat of the club against FC Lorient on April 30, in which he played the whole 90 minutes.
Thus, he has been suspended by the Ligue 1 holders for fourteen days. No doubt, the relationship of Messi with PSG has attained an all-time low. Javier Mascherano has played with Messi for both Barcelona and Argentina and he has claimed that PSG is going to regret poorly treating the star player.

Mascherano insisted that PSG doesn’t value the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner enough. He stated that it is a pity that the club doesn’t realize the type of player they are lucky to have on their team. Also, claimed that no Paris fan even 10 years back could have imagined that they could the best player in football history on their team. But they,

Javier to Continue to Coach U20 Argentina

Since Javier Mascherano was appointed coach of the under-20s team of Argentina there was much hope for all that he can help them achieve. However, it seems that there is a long way to go since the recent performance of the team in under 20 Copa America left much to be desired.

The team was unable to win through the group rounds. They list three games out of a total of four. It was a failure for Argentina and for a team that is grooming to be part of the main team.

Javier Mascherano Launches Alchemy Pay NFT Checkout

Javier Mascherano, the former Argentina national captain and soccer legend attended his exclusive NFT collection launch co-hosted Alchemy Pay and SaaSGo in New York. The event was celebrating the launch of the NFT Checkout of Alchemy Pay which makes it convenient to buy NFTs directly using conventional payment methods, such as MasterCard, Visa, bank transfers, and regional mobile wallets.

Mascherano came up in person for announcing his NFT collection with StepN and SaaSGo at the event. NFY Checkout of Alchemy Pay is being used for this NFT collection. Mascherano had been to experience the NFT sneakers’ use on StepN’s move-to-earn application at the launch and bought his NFT using the Checkout of Alchemy Pay.


When Liverpool and West Ham fans think back on Javier Mascherano, ‘committed’ is perhaps not the first adjective that springs to mind. Before the Argentinian midfielder moved to West Ham in 2006, he’d won Argentinian and Brazilian league titles, starred at the World Cup, and was being linked with Juventus, Real Madrid and Barcelona. Yet rather than rolling up at one of those glamour clubs, he became a pawn in one of the most infamous transfer deals in English football history and ended up sitting next to Alan Pardew on a cold bench in east London while the Hammers scrapped against relegation.

Mascherano decided to jump ship at the earliest opportunity, unlike his compatriot Carlos Tevez, who remained for the dogfight. At the time, Mascherano told Sky: “I don’t think Tevez will leave because some days ago he said to everyone that for him the word ‘fail’ did not exist.” Implicit in that pronouncement, of course, was the idea that Mascherano had failed and moving to Liverpool was an admission of such.


Colombia has enjoyed some technically-gifted players throughout their history. Carlos Valderrama, James Rodríguez, Juan Fernando Quintero, Radamel Falcao and more recently, Luis Fernando Díaz, to take these examples. We all know the South-American football playing style, that street and skilly ‘fútbol’ that has been disappearing through the years.

Millonarios FC is enjoying one of the most promising and technical young players of the league. At only 21 years old, Daniel Ruíz arrived at the ‘Ambassadors’ in 2020 from Fortaleza, a second-tier club, where he made his first appearance as a professional footballer, and ended his final season with 8 assists in the league before catching the eye of Millonarios, one of the best football teams in Colombia.


West Ham United have opened talks to sign Hertha Berlin midfielder Santiago Ascacibar, according to journalist Adriano Savalli. David Moyes has already been busy in the summer transfer window, having completed the signings of Nayef Aguerd, Alphonse Areola and Flynn Downes, and they don’t seem to be the only new additions expected to come through the doors at the London Stadium.



Ex-Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has explained how Javier Mascherano was key to the new role given to club skipper Steven Gerrard at the start of the 2007/08 season. The Spanish tactician talked abouthis time as the Liverpool manager in an interview with Coaches’ Voice recently.

Ex-Newcastle United and Everton boss Benitez had been at Liverpool for a few years and Steven Gerrardwas employed in his usual central midfield role under the Spaniard till the summer of 2007 when the Reds signed some midfielders. The likes of Javier Mascherano and Lucas Leiva were signed by Liverpool to increase the midfield options at the disposal of Benitez. Argentine player Mascherano joined Liverpool from fellow Premier League team West Ham United to bolster their midfield, while Brazilian star Lucas signed for the Reds from Gremio in his native Brazil.


Javier Mascherano has been named as one of Argentina’s best players in the Premier League. The former Barcelona and Liverpool midfielder was part of the list compiled by media outlet Sportskeeda. Javier Mascherano finished in the top three alongside the former Manchester City duo of Sergio Aguero and CarlosTevez.The aforementioned media outlet released the list of the top five players from Argentina in the Premier League.

Retired Argentine centre back FabricioColocciniwas fifth on the list after an impressive Premier League career in the colours of Newcastle United. He was a key player for the Magpies at the heart of defence for many years on the Premier League scene.Coloccini also led Newcastle United as captain for several years.


Catalan giants Barcelona are reportedly weighing up the possibility of making Javier Mascherano a youth team coach at the club. This is according to the report from Spanish publication SPORT which stated that Barcelona are considering Javier Mascherano for an appointment as a youth team head coach or the reserve team head coach within the next year. It was revealed that the former Argentine national team skipper is under consideration for an appointment in a managerial capacity at the club.

Senior Barcelona officials want Javier Mascherano to be the head coach of either a youth team or the reserve team within the year as reported by the aforementioned media outlet.


Barcelona are keen to bring Javier Mascherano back to the club in a coaching capacity at their famed youth academy La Masia, according to reports. Mascherano played for Barcelona for eight years between 2010-2018, winning two Champions League trophies and five LaLiga titles during an illustrious period in Catalunya.

Since retiring in 2020, the 37-year-old has pursued a coaching career and is currently the manager for the Argentina Under-20 side - yet a move back to Barcelona could be in the pipeline soon. A report in Spanish outlet SPORT states that Barca president Joan Laporta is keen to bring back prestigious former p