SOURCE: New York Times
by Brenda Elsey
Lionel Messi's tenure at the top of the soccer world has coincided with an upsurge of feminism in Argentina and its sports culture, changes Messi has quietly supported.
Revisiting the negotiations that brought a 13 year-old Argentine soccer prodigy to Barcelona and launched the career of (arguably!) the greatest player of the world's game.
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