Messi Embarks on Coaching Career

Photo of Lionel Messi planning his Coach career.

Lionel Messi may never step into management, as the Inter Miami and Argentina superstar outlines his long-term coaching plans. With eight Ballon d’Or titles to his name, Messi has a wealth of experience that he could share with future generations. As he nears his 37th birthday on June 24, the thought of retirement is beginning to surface, although he isn’t ready to hang up his record-breaking boots just yet.

Throughout his remarkable career, Messi has been a leader, donning the captain’s armband for both club and country. However, he tends to lead by example rather than through vocal commands, making it difficult to imagine him directing from the sidelines.

In an interview with ESPN Argentina, Messi stated, “I always said that I don’t see myself as a coach, I wouldn’t like to be, but well, football and life take so many turns that you never know. I still find it difficult. But, yes, something related to football because it is my life, because I love it and like it a lot.”

At the moment, Messi is focused on growing his remarkable collection of major trophies. He has sparked dreams of MLS Cup success at Inter Miami, while Argentina prepares to defend their Copa America title in a tournament beginning on June 20.

Lionel Messi embarks on his coaching career, he transitions from being one of the greatest players on the field to potentially guiding the next generation from the sidelines. Although he remains focused on his current goals with Inter Miami and Argentina, Messi’s vast experience and passion for football promise an exciting new chapter in his storied career. Whether or not he ultimately becomes a manager, his influence on the sport is set to continue for many years to come.


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