Messi, Enrique spat wages on

2015-01-06 14:55
Lionel Messi (AFP)
Cape Town - Lionel Messi is upset that the board of Barcelona continue to support coach Luis Enrique and his autocratic methods.

Leading Spanish newspaperMarca report that Lionel Messi is growing increasingly frustrated at the Nou Camp.

Messi was absent from an open training session on Monday intended to showcase the players' skills to young fans. 

Enrique reportedly did not understand Messi's absence, who reportedly use an upset stomach as the reason.

"Word has also come out from Messi's cohort that the coach makes decisions without guidance from his colleagues and considers himself to be the bee's knees." reports Marca.

The Argentine is rumoured to be disappointed that the board of the Catalan giants continues to supports the coach.

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