Lionel Messi played his entire professional career at FC Barcelona. The idol arrived to La Masía when he was just 13 years old and signed his first contract to join the youth team. Since then, he stayed more than 20 years to be one of the greatest players ever, compared to top figures as Pele, Diego Armando Maradona and so.
At Barça, Messi had some of the best coaches in the world as well. One of those who could make him play in his best form was Josep Guardiola, the Catalan trainer who has an incredible view of the game and is considered all over the world as one of the best coaches ever.
The other one who could make Messi perform at a great level was Luis Enrique, who won the Champions League as well and conformed an incredible trio attacker with the Argentinian, Luis Suárez and Neymar. Messi conserves great memories from that moment, as he was very happy in the field and outside it.
In the advance of an interview with a program called Lo de Évole on laSexta Spanish TV channel, Messi chose who were some of the best coaches in his career and named Guardiola and Luis Enrique. The lack of mention to Ronald Koeman was seen by many as a clear attack against the Dutch and his form of working.