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Postby limmzhou » Tue Feb 13, 2018 8:25 am

Diego Maradona has described Lionel Messi as a 'teddy bear' and has vowed to confront FIFA president Gianni Infantino over his four-match international ban for NBA Live Mobile Coins swearing at a linesman.Argentina's hopes of qualifying for next summer's World Cup in Russia were dealt a body blow when world football's governing body handed the Barcelona star the hefty punishment for his outburst during their 1-0 win over Chile last Thursday.

With Messi set to miss all but one of Argentina's remaining qualifiers, it doesn't bode well that they lost 2-0 in Bolivia without their talisman earlier this week. Lionel Messi has been banned for four matches for a foul-mouthed rant at a linesman during Argentina's World Cup qualifying win over Chile last week Messi said 'la concha de tu madre' which translates directly to 'f*** off, your mother's' - a common cursing phrase in Argentina - to linesman Emerson Augusto de Carvalho RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Lionel Messi claims foul-mouthed rant which landed him a... Barcelona defend Lionel Messi over 'unjust' ban following... Argentina coach Edgardo Bauza hits out at FIFA over Lionel...

Bolivia 2-0 Argentina: Visitors struggle for IMVU Credits air and rhythm... Share this article Share 3.7k shares MATCHES MESSI MISSES March 28 - Bolivia (A)August 28 - Uruguay (A) September 5 - Venezuela (H)October 2 - Peru (H) Although the Argentine Football Association plan to appeal to FIFA over the ban, Maradona is taking his protestations straight to the top.He told radio show La Oral Deportivo:

'I am going to speak with Infantino, I think it's terrible.'Four games is a lot. The seriousness of Messi's words are also very strong, but I think it [the suspension] can be changed.'He is a sensational person and doesn't do anything except train. He is a teddy bear with his team-mates, with everyone.'The Argentine FA insist that Messi's outburst was made 'to the air' and not directly to the official, but it remains to be seen whether the ban will be reduced.
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