One of Lionel Messi’s sponsorship, and his largest is with Adidas. Adidas provides cleats for Messi every time new ones are put out, they also provide cleats specially made for him. Adidas have payed the Argentinean superstar an estimated $2 million dollars.
Lionel Messi is #4 on the list of the worlds highest-paid athletes of 2014 and #45 in the Celebrity 100 with $65 million. He gets paid $41.7 million a year and $23 million comes from sponsorship’s such as Adidas and Turkish Airlines. In May of 2011, Lionel Messi signed his 7th contract in 11 years which will pay him $50 million a year (before taxes) and will remain playing for Barcelona until 2019.
Lionel Messi has set numerous records in his career as a professional soccer player. Setting records in Spain, Barcelona, Argentina, Europe and the world. Some of these records include 4 Ballon d’Or, most consecutive goals scored in league matches with 33, most European golden boot awards with 3 and most in a season with 73 and in the year with 79. These are just some of the many records Lionel Messi has achieved in his career.
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are the two best players of our generation. There is a big rivalry between Messi and Ronaldo, Messi playing with Barcelona and Ronaldo playing with Real Madrid, the two representing bitter rivals in the league. People are comparing it to Diego Maradona and Brazilian Ronaldo.
An example of a sports magazine is ESPN The Magazine. The main sports covered by this magazine includes baseball (MLB), basketball (NBA), football (NFL), hockey (NHL) etc. The first ESPN magazine was published in March 11th of 1988, it continues to be a biweekly magazine published by ESPNs network in Bristol, Connecticut.
Lionel Messi (Lionel Andres Messi Cuccittini or Leo for short) born on June 24, 1987 in Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina. Messi is a professional soccer player playing with FC Barcelona and Argentina. Messi has won 3 FIFA Ballon d’Or, the FIFA world player of the year (2010, 2011, 2012).
Caroligian miniscule was the direct ancestor of blackletter. Blackletter developed from Caroligian as an increasing literate 12th-century Europe required new books in new languages. Books were produced for law, business, grammar, history and other pursuits when new universities were founded.
Blackletter, also known as Gothic Script, Gothic miniscule, Textura was a script used throughout western Europe from the 1150s until the 17th century. It was continued to be used for the German language until the 20th century. Fraktur is a notable script of this type.
The word Fraktur is derived from the Latin fractus meaning “broken.” The lines and curves used to form the letters are broken or fractured. Fraktur is based on, and was designed to resemble, medieval Texture or Gothic cursive handwriting. The Gutenberg bible was the first book writing in this movable type.
Fraktur is calligraphic hand writing of the Latin alphabet and any of several blackletter type faces derived from this hand. The blackletter line are broken up, that is, their forms contain many angles when compared to smooth curves of the Antiqua typefaces modeled after antique Roman square capitals and Carolingian minuscule. From this, Fraktur is sometimes contrasted with the Latin alphabet in northern European texts.