Messi Mustn’t be Tackled: The Bizarre Conditions Laid Out for Barca Star to Play in Morocco Friendly
Morocco has finalized an agreement to a friendly match with Argentina billed for March 26th in Rabat, with a number of restrictions.
Details have emerged on what conditions Messi will play in Argentina’s friendly game against Morocco this month.
The North Africans have finalized an agreement to a friendly match with Argentina billed for March 26th in Rabat.
However, conditions have been laid on what basis will the multiple-time world player for the year feature at the Tangier Stadium one of which, it is said, ask of opposition players not to launch tackles on the 31-year-old.
The exhibition game is believed to be on the request of the Moroccan FA, who it’s claimed, have spent millions of euros to ensure the Barcelona superstar turns out on the day of the game.
Their counterparts in Argentina have agreed to the request of a test encounter but with a couple of conditions, which also includes Leo being privately air-lifted to and fro as well as not taking pictures with anyone before, during or after the game.
Moroccan players are also not to demand for the Barcelona forward’s jersey and there won’t be before or post-match interviews with Messi, according to reports monitored in Rabat.
Repeated efforts to reach the Moroccan FA’s spokesperson at press time by Ducor Sports proved vain.