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In today’s story, the G.O of Synagogue Church of all Nations (SCOAN) Prophet TB Joshua, has advised Lionel Messi of his decision to leave the club.

Prophet TB Joshua advising Lionel Messi

Sometime ago, it was gathered that Messi and FC Barcelona has lost in interest on eachother and as a result, the superstar wants to leave.

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On the announcement of his end of contract, many clubs especially from the English side, came looking for him.

TB Joshua, the president of SCOAN, has advised the 6x Ballon d’or winner not to leave the club aggrieved.

According to Joshua he said 

“It is not  good advice for Lionel Messi to leave Barcelona bitter and offended.

The prophet reminded the player to also know that, it is impossible to establish a healthy relationship with someone who left a previous relationship bitter and offended.

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It therefore means that, if Messi should leave the club, it should be done on clear minds. No one should bear grudges against anybody.

Meanwhile, fans of the great footballer has insisted the talent left Barcelona and move to the team he chooses.

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To set some things straight, the prominent  Nigerian prophet is not saying that Messi must stay with Barcelona. Rather, he is advising the great player not to leave the club in bitterness.

According to him, he is free to leave Barcelona but not with anger.

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From his words, it can be noted that, the man of God only wants that good relationship between Messi and FC Barcelona to continue existing.

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That’s why he said ” it is difficult to establish a healthy relationship with someone who left a previous relationship bitter and offended”.

So I advise that he shouldn’t be misquoted.

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