“Griezmann forgot to play football for Barcelona,” said Lizaraju a former defender from his home country. The French forward who won the World Cup last season is not able to overcome his bad form this season.
However, one or two of Griezmann’s bad form is behind the off-field issue. Griezmann is not trying to play well — that’s not the main reason Eric Olhats thinks Griezmann can’t play his own game because of Messi’s ‘dictatorship’ at Bara.
Olhats was once Griezmann’s mentor. According to him, Messi is a very powerful player in Barcelona. His words moved all the tools. Olhats finds it difficult to match Griezmann in such a situation. “Messi’s treatment of Griezmann is deplorable, “he said bluntly.
Olhats told French magazine the French Football that Antoine had joined the club (Barcelona) as it went through a rough time with Messi commenting on everything.
He is both emperor and king at the same time. He did not like Antoyan’s joining. His behavior is deplorable and it has made him understand. ‘
Olhats claims that Messi is very different from what is seen from the outside. Messi’s decision-making ability to pick and drop players was something he wanted to see rather than leave the club.
But in the end it stayed. Classic Messi! The better on the field the worse off the field. Barcelona has been suffering for some time. Even though the cancer is gone, its scars remain. ‘
Griezmann scored 15 goals in 47 appearances in his debut season at Barsa. He has scored 2 goals in 9 matches this season. The lack of a promising performance has raised questions about Griezmann’s future at Bara.
But Olhats thinks it’s not Griezmann’s problem. Because he doesn’t have the ability to solve problems where ‘He’s not the club is sick. Messi did not speak to him after Griezmann arrived last year the ball did not pass. In the case of an adaptation, a negative situation will be created. Impressions are gained in a fluid global diffused way. ‘
However, is optimistic about Griezmann’s turn. The French star will return to the rhythm as a tested performer, thinks his former mentor.