Lionel Messi Tests Negative For Covid But Still Not Allowed To Play For PSG Yet Due To Protocol

PARIS — Lionel Messi will miss Paris Saint-Germain's Ligue 1 trip to Olympique Lyonnais on Sunday as he continues his recovery from COVID-19, the capital club said on Saturday.

The Argentine forward is back in Paris from his home country after testing negative but has not been cleared to play.

Horas Después De Maldecir Al Covid, Messi Da Positivo

Se suponía que Lionel Messi debía tomar un vuelo privado desde Rosario a París, junto a Angel di María y Leandro Paredes. Sin embargo, el "30" del PSG se quedó en tierra, aislado en su casa por culpa del Covid-19, el mismo virus que había maldecido horas antes en redes sociales para despedir el 2021 y darle la bienvenida al 2022.

En Instagram, el argentino subió un post agradeciendo todos los logros personales conseguidos el año pasado, consciente de todas aquellas personas que no lo pasaron tan bien debido al "virus este de mierda que nunca se termina".

Lionel Messi Remains In Argentina After Testing Positive For COVID-19

Paris Saint-Germain forward Lionel Messi and three other players have tested positive for COVID-19, the French Ligue 1 club said on Sunday.

Argentina international Messi joined PSG from boyhood club Barcelona in August and the 34-year-old has scored six goals in 16 games in all competitions for the Parisian side.

Sergio Ramos Se Demoró Dos Partidos En Recibir Su Primera Tarjeta Roja En El PSG

Cuando el PSG anunció el fichaje de Sergio Ramos, los aficionados del club celebraron la llegada de un defensor de clase mundial y con la experiencia suficiente como para llevarlos a conseguir su primera Champions League.

Sin embargo, la estadía del español en París ha sido un rotundo fiasco. La mayoría de su tiempo la pasó recuperándose de una rebelde lesión en uno de sus gemelos y ahora que ya está sano no demoró mucho en mostrar la fama de jugador sucio que lo acompaña.

A Little Bird Told Me That PSG's Locker Room Is Divided By The Navas-Donnarumma Debate

After months of continually fanning the flames in Paris, it looks like the tabloids have finally gotten their wish: a frosty, passive aggressive relationship between PSG goalkeepers Keylor Navas and Gianluigi Donnarumma that's threatening to divide the dressing room.

What The French: Paris-Lyon Match Abandoned Over More Fan Trouble

PARIS — The French Cup last 64 game between Paris FC and Olympique Lyonnais was abandoned following crowd trouble on Friday, a stadium announcer said as violence continued to hit French football.

Supporters appeared to be fighting each other and some of them went onto the Charlety stadium's pitch and threw flares at halftime with the game tied at 1-1.

Welcome To The 2024 UEFA Nations League Featuring … Messi And Neymar?

The draw for the 2022-23 UEFA Nations League took place on Friday, but that wasn’t the biggest Nations League news by a longshot. A massive announcement was made that in 2024 we will see a Neymar and Lionel Messi Nations League crossover. That’s right, South America is joining the UEFA Nations League. All 10 South American members will be joining Europe's best.

USWNT’s Macario Does Soccer Version Of Self-Alley-Oop In Champions League

One of my favorite plays in basketball, aside from the occasional nutmeg, is the self-alley-oop, where a player throws the ball off the backboard before catching it and throwing down a thunderous dunk. U.S. rising star Catarina Macario essentially did the soccer version of that on Wednesday.

PSG Gets Man Utd — No, Wait — Real Madrid After Massive UCL Draw Snafu

Paris St Germain will face Real Madrid in a titanic clash in the last 16 of the Champions League while Manchester United take on Atletico Madrid after UEFA declared the original draw void due to a technical error in the process on Monday.

Earlier, United were mistakenly drawn with Villarreal, even though both teams had already faced each other in the group stage while the Premier League side's ball was not added to the bowl as a potential opponent for Atletico Madrid.

Investigating The Most Egregious Ballon d'Or Winners Of The Last 20 Years

After a decade-plus of domination by Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, fans expected Ballon d'Or voting to bring some different results in 2021.

The obvious choice was Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski, who was coming off a record-breaking 41-goal campaign in the Bundesliga. 

Instead it was Messi — seemingly entering the twilight of his career — who won the award for the seventh time. "Surely something must be done," the people exclaimed at this perceived injustice. "He still can't be the best player in the world."