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That didn't last, either. These days, he juggles a couple of business interests for the Messi empire—managing a gym, Casa Amarilla, and VIP, a restaurant bar with wood panelling and nondescript steaks down by Rosario's waterfront that is registered in his father's name. His Twitter account has been inactive since April , but he has still found himself getting the wrong kind of attention. The public record of his delinquency stretches back to , when he was allegedly involved in a robbery. The charges were dropped in each instance, but the issues kept piling up.
In , Matias was arrested for illegally carrying a. In , his house was shot up. In October , he was pulled over in his Audi A5 and arrested for possessing an unregistered. He scrapped with the police who stopped him and was consequently taken into custody. In September , a court dropped the case brought against him for illegally possessing the. Matias declined an interview with Bleacher Report, and the Messi family is deliberate in its dealings with the media.
German de los Santos, a crime reporter based in Rosario, says: "The media here in Rosario is very careful with them. Equally troubling is those with whom Matias has been seen hanging out. In October , Noticias , a prestigious weekly magazine in Argentina, published a lengthy article about him and the unsavoury company he has kept. The photo appears to have been taken sometime between and , says De los Santos, who is the author of a book entitled Los Monos , which is the name of a Rosario-based organization considered one of Argentina's most fearsome drug cartels.
Matias looks out of place in the photo—he's standing timidly, a callow youth among big, bad men. Several of those pictured have ties to the Barra Bravas, the organised criminal gangs that have an iron grip on Rosario's two Primera Division football clubs, Newell's Old Boys and Rosario Central.
Alongside Matias in the photo stands Cesar Aron Trevez nicknamed El Ojudo , a man who was imprisoned in December and charged with murder and drug possession. According to Noticias , Trevez testified as a protected witness in a probe of Los Monos. Fourth from the left in the photo is a man named Ramon Ezequiel Machuca, his face half-obscured by the man standing in front of him.
He's one of the leaders of Los Monos. He was arrested in June by Interpol on suspicion of "homicide and illicit association," reported Noticias. He was tried in February , along with Mariano "El Gordo" Salomon another member of Los Monos who also appears alongside Matias in that infamous photo for three homicides, alleged revenge killings for the murder of Monchi Cantero's brother, according to La Capital. He appeared on screen wearing sunglasses, a fake beard and a baseball cap that read "El Mabu" shorthand for "the most wanted fugitive".
He was quizzed about his relationship with Matias Messi. Rosario is a small city. Everybody knows each other.
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Cantero also spoke about his ties to two other football exiles from Rosario—Atletico Madrid player Angel Correa and Sevilla's Ever Banega, whose brother played in the same amateur football league team as Matias. The news clip went viral in Argentina. Carlos Varela is a lawyer for Los Monos. He oozes charm, wears smart suits and has the kind of deep, raspy voice that sounds like it has been soaked in whiskey. He knows the Messi family. He says Matias' brushes with the law are "inconsequential" at a legal level. Several sources have confirmed Matias doesn't have business links with Los Monos.
I know Don Jorge [Messi's father] rescued him from this world, but he lives in the barrio, and those are his friends. It is a tough barrio. I asked Varela what it must be like to be Matias, playing second fiddle to his kid brother.
Does having a famous brother alter the way Matias must consider people friends? All of this must happen to all these people that are super famous. I mean, the friends that come to you, you don't know why they come to you. Imagine: They have the same last name, and that is a last name that opens doors everywhere.
His mother, Dolores Aveiro, christened him after U. His family call him Ronaldo, not Cristiano. Ronaldo's only brother, Hugo Aveiro, goes by their father's surname; he owns the museum on Madeira that stores Ronaldo's football medals, memorabilia and lifesize waxworks. The brothers are close. They holiday together. Ronaldo is godfather to Hugo's son. Growing up, however, Ronaldo led a largely separate life from his brother although they shared a room , according to Fernao Sousa, Ronaldo's godfather.
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Hugo is a decade older and lost much of his youth battling substance-abuse issues while Ronaldo was focusing on his burgeoning football career. Hugo was born during the year their father, Jose Dinis—or Dinis, as everyone called him—spent overseas with the Portuguese army in Angola. Hugo left school early, before he was He worked for a spell with an aluminum company. He ran a painting crew for a while, but it was his battles with addiction that consumed him.
According to Balague's biography of Ronaldo, Hugo started using hard drugs in the late s. When he first got hooked, his mother took out a loan to pay for his admission to a rehab clinic. He succumbed again two years later. He got clean again but relapsed intermittently. Today, Hugo is sober. Hugo lives a quiet life. He will often slip away from the museum to head back up to their old neighbourhood, Santo Antonio.
He'll while away a few hours playing cards with neighbours and friends in Joel Santos' pub—a no-name establishment that locals call "Joel's bar"—at the foot of Quinta do Falcao, the street where the old Ronaldo family home used to be. The house was gutted about a decade ago. Now the space operates as a small car park. Santos, who knows the family, is the same age as Hugo. He bought his bar 12 years ago. A former professional footballer, he played as a midfielder for the island's premier division team, Maritimo. He has a photo, which he says he's getting framed so he can hang it in the bar, of him about to tackle Ronaldo during a Sporting CP vs.
Maritimo match in November Hugo was a decent footballer himself, left-footed and a striker, Santos recalled. He played in the informal street leagues in Santo Antonio. The games were five-a-side, and they made a cup for the winning team. Boys of 15 and 16 years of age would mix it up with men. Carlos Pereira, a friend of Ronaldo's who has been president of Maritimo for 20 years, is sceptical.
He played. He drank. He slept. When Ronaldo started to play, he played in a club with a structure, with coaches and directors. It is a different kind of football. Hugo may have been skilful, but it was as a street footballer, playing against his friends in an amateur way. Nothing like Ronaldo. He died in from an alcoholism-related liver disease, as Ronaldo spoke about in a interview with Matthew Syed for The Times. His nature, his influence and his absence explains a lot about the routes his sons' lives took.
Dinis' life was complicated. Those who are close to the family on the island—including Pereira, neighbours, Sousa, the attorney who brokered Ronaldo's move to Sporting in and members of the football club where Dinis worked as a kitman—speak fondly of him. They talk of a simple, gentle person.
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A friendly, cheerful man who used to dance whenever his club, Andorinha, won a match. Nobody remembers him ever raising his voice. When Nacional, the other big professional football club on the island, snapped up Ronaldo as a year-old, Dinis never interfered with the coaches' work. That portrait, though, doesn't fit with the revelation in Anthony Wonke's documentary, Ronaldo , that Dinis abused his wife. What is certain is Dinis adored Ronaldo. According to Wonke's documentary, he never laid a finger on his son. The pair went everywhere together. Pereira says Ronaldo was like a dog on a leash, always following him.
He always wanted to be with his dad. Dinis took immense pride in the progress of Ronaldo's career. When Nacional signed him, Dinis put his personal allegiances aside as a Maritimo fan, traveling to every game Ronaldo played, sitting at the front of the Nacional bus beside the driver. He used to scour the papers for news of his son and cut out the reports. He took less interest in Hugo's chances of making it as a professional footballer, says Joao Ornelas, who lives across the street from where Ronaldo's old home used to be.
Dinis liked to watch Hugo kicking a ball, but he saw something special in Ronaldo that was missing in his older son.
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