Gabriel Heinze made the decision to venture into management shortly after ending his playing career six years ago and he has done a good job as a manager till date. The ex-Argentine national team left-back cum centre back called time on his career as a professional footballer at the end of his contract at Newell Old Boys in his native Argentina and he has gone on to manage four teams since then. Gabriel Heinze managed three clubs in Argentina until he was recently appointed as the manager of Atlanta United in the MLS (Major League Soccer).

Gabriel Heinze was named the Atlanta United manager two weeks ago and he has been saddled with the responsibility of bringing the glory days back after a lean season for the club this year. Continue reading GABRIEL HEINZE: CLUBS COACHED REVEALED



Former Manchester United defender Gabriel Heinze was a surprise inclusion when compatriot Carlos Tevez was asked to name the best XI players he shared the pitch with in the course of his illustrious career. Boca Juniors star Carlos Tevezand Gabriel Heinze played for the Argentina senior football team at the same time over a six-year period from 2004 to 2010. Gabriel Heinze was a versatile defender who can play either as a left-back or as a centre back.

Heinze, 42, has ventured into management since his retirement from football six years ago. He has managed three clubs in his native Argentina namely Godoy Cruz, Argentinos Juniors and Velez Sarsfield. He played for eight clubs during his 18-year professional career which started at Newell Old Boys in Argentina. Gabriel Heinze spent two different spells at Newell Old Boys at the start of his career and at the end of his career.



Gabriel Iván Heinze is an ex-Argentine international footballer who had a great playing career having featured for some of Europe’s elite clubs. Born on the 19th of April 1978, he came into the limelight while playing for Paris Saint-Germain and then moving to Premier League giants Manchester United.

Having had a stint with the English side, he then attracted interest from Spanish heavyweights Real Madrid and ended up signing for the Los Blancos. His playing career at Manchester United and Real Madrid saw him win a total of three trophies.
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Big things expected out of Argentine youngster Luka Romero


Argentinian youngster Luka Romerobecame the youngest player to play in La Liga as he made the debut for Mallorca against Real Madrid on Wednesday. Romero has only been training in the senior team from last month. He had been part of the club’s youth academy and has risen up directly towards the senior team. He hasn’t even played for the B team of the club.

Romero was to be playing for the team on June 13 but due to some issues regarding paperwork,he wasn’t able to play for the team. He was not included in the playing eleven in the matches against Villarreal and Leganes and was in the benches for the whole time. His opportunity came up in the match against Real Madrid where he played for the last five minutes even though they lost the match for 2–0.
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Barcelona can still win the Champions League says former Brazilian footballer Sylvinho


Former footballer Sylvinho says that Barcelona still has the chance to win the Champions League title as even a little bit of Messi’s performance can bring the difference. The club is still reminiscing their loss of title to their arch-rivalsReal Madrid. The club has been going through difficult times and there are inconsistencies in the management too as Messi has publicly announced to the press the team lacking the potential to win. He has said that with the current state Barca’s chance of winning the Champions League has reduced.

“Even a little bit of Messi is mucho Messi.He’s still the best. He can change a game in the seconds. He gets the ball, bluh, bluh, bluh, bluh, goal! A team with a player like that, look out, maybe they can win it,” saidSylvinho.
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Quique Setien insists Lewandowski is not at the same level as Lionel Messi


Barcelona head coach Quique Setien has said that Robert Lewandowski can’t be compared with Lionel Messi despite the striker’s stunning run of form this term. The Poland international has amassed a staggering 53 goals from just 44 appearances this season and his form has led to suggestions that he is on the same level as Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

However, speaking in a press conference, Setien dismissed the same. While the Spaniard acknowledged that Lewandowski is a great footballer, he added that Messi is quite clearly the better player among the two, he told: “Lewandowski is a great footballer, but he’s not on Leo’s level – that’s clear. He [Lewandowski] has scored 13 goals in the Champions League and he is well assisted by his team-mates. He’s in a great moment, but Leo is too, as we saw against Napoli.”
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Argentina head coach says Lautaro fares better with Messi


Argentina manager Lionel Scaloni has said that Lautaro Martinez is a better player when he plays alongside Lionel Messi. The 22-year-old is currently in his second season with Inter Milan and he has impressed with 16 goals and four assists from 31 outings. While the campaign has yet to conclude because of the coronavirus pandemic, he has already been fancied to make the move to the Blaugrana, who have followed his progress since his days with River Plate.

Scaloni has watched Martinez play alongside Messi in the national team on a few occasions and believes a reunion at the club level could get the best out of the marksman, he told TyC Sports: “If he plays with Messi he is better, no doubt. Beyond that later he will have to fight for the position as he did in Inter. We have to be calm. If he changes clubs, maybe he does not have to be the undisputed starter, and it will not affect us, as long as he has a number of minutes that allows him to be in force. He has a huge future but still has a lot to give.”
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Felipe Melo talks about Messi and his influence on Argentina


Brazilian footballer Felipe Melo describes Messi as a person who kicks back when he is being pushed down. He says that Messi always wants to have more. It is thisnature whichhelps him to score and to be named in the top three players in the world. Melo said that he will be saying stories about Messi to his grandchildren and especially about the game were Brazil defeated Argentina.

The midfielder has been a part of many clubs of Europe and is now currently playing for Palmeiras. He has played for Juventus, Galatasaray and another bunch of clubs. He has played in the Brazil squad too. He was part of the winning team to of Confederations Cup 2009. He has played 22 games for his country. Melo has played against Lionel Messi in both of his club and international career.
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Cassano believes Inter Milan should sell Lautaro Martinez to Barcelona

Former Italian striker Antonio Cassano believes Inter Milan should sanction the sale of Lautaro Martinez to Barcelona during the summer and utilise the transfer funds received to strengthen their squad. The Argentine was signed for around £16m from Racing Club a couple of years ago but he has since contributed 26 goals for the Nerazzurri across all competitions.

Out of those, 17 have come during the current campaign and his progress has caught the eye of the Blaugrana, who are eyeing a long-term replacement for Luis Suarez. Speaking to Calciomercato, Cassano said that the Nerazzurri bought him on the cheap and they have the chance of selling him for nearly £80m while receiving a player as a makeweight from the Blaugrana.
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Ashley Young wants to be part of Inter Milan’s great history


England international Ashley Young has talked about his fondness for Italian football and he is hoping to create some history with Inter Milan. The 34-year-old made the switch from Manchester United to the Nerazzurri during the January transfer window and he has since been a regular on the left side of the defence under Antonio Conte.

He has already contributed one goal and one assist from his five appearances for Inter and he is looking forward to winning silverware with the club during the final phase of his career, he told: “I have always watched Italian football matches since I was a child and the league has always intrigued me. I always asked myself if one day I would have the opportunity to play in Italy and here I am. I think of all the players who have worn this shirt before me and all the trophies this club have won and I would love to be part of the club’s great history. Having spent 14 years in the Premier League, I have brought all my experience here.”
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