Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Have You Seen Youssef "Messi" Msakni, Comolli?

We have seen how Liverpool suffered this season without any pace and creativity from midfield. Dalglish's preferred midfield foursome of Downing, Adam, Gerrard and Lucas will pass the ball to death but neither is comfortable to run with the ball.

Against teams that park the bus, especially teams that come to Anfield, the lack of unpredictability in the Liverpool play has caused the mighty Reds dearly. Now that most Premiership teams are double and triple marking Suarez, never has a need for a new footballing wizard been more apparent in Liverpool red.

Though Bellamy has pace, he hardly dribbles past a sea of defenders. Hence enter the young Tunisian who has lit up the 2012 Africa Nations Cup with his scintillating runs and dribbles. Youssef Msakni could be the answer to address Liverpool's shortcomings, frightening Premiership opposition with his close control and mesmerizing trickery.

Two dazzling Msakni runs brought about two goals against Morocco and Niger in the Africa Nations Cup making sure Tunisia progressed to the quarterfinals where they eventually crashed out.

I don't have to rave about him. The videos tell the whole story.

Wonderfully balanced, frighteningly skilful, clinical finishing, Msakni models his game after the peer-less Lionel Messi. In their current state, Liverpool is crying for someone who could get on the ball and  make things happen. While waiting for Raheem Sterling's first team elevation, the Tunisian Messi would make a great alternative. Damien Comolli should use his vast network to snap up this potential world superstar.
Do you think the future hope of Tunisian football able to inspire Liverpool to greater heights?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

No disrespect to Maroc but penetrating this defense is a lot easier than that in the EPL.

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