Claudio louse López during a crash of Valencia in front of the FC Barceloan in the Champions League

The "Louse" lópez elogia to Messi

Louse López: "it had not liked me confront me to Messi"

Published:22/10/2016 - 10:57h

Updated:22/10/2016 - 11:19h

All a myth of Valencia CF modern as it is the "Louse" López spoke before the crash of his in front of the FC Barcelona, one of his victims preferred when it was in Mestalla. And the Argentinian left clear that Messi is upper

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If the barcelonisma listens (or rather listened) the name of the "louse" López put to shiver. The Argentinian attacker brought of quicio to the picture blaugrana in the fifteen parties that played against them. In total, went twelve goals the achieved on the Barcelona, but also stood out a repertoire of assistances, dribblings and played key that did to the Barça fear seriously the parties in front of the valencianistas.

Claudio López to the that many have in esteem in Mestalla and that explained his impressions before the party of this Saturday between Valencia CF and the FC Barcelona. The "louse" attended to the call of "The Transistor", program of "Wave Zero", to analyse the crash and speak of his compatriot Leo Messi.

"I think that Valencia is showing a change, although the Barcelona is by on. Expect minimum a tie", commented the ex footballer, perhaps in a positive tone.

A tone that changed to the hour to speak of his compatriot Leo Messi, to the that elogió and left clear that would not have liked him that it was in the Barcelona picture when the played. "The truth that had not liked me confront me to Messi. I think that it is a different species to the normal players", affirmed a López that has a lot of affection to the team "ché"..

"Still I do not pose me be trainer. With Valency always have had a very special affection", sustained the now sportive director of the Colorado Rapids.

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