Thousands of fans from the Argentine Superliga side Gimnasia turn up to welcome Diego Maradona as he takes over as coach.
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Oscar-winning director Asif Kapadia says he wants to show a balanced version of soccer player Diego Maradona in his latest documentary in order to let the “audience decide” what they think of the controversial star. (June 13)
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Argentine football legend Diego Maradona takes his first training session with the Mexican second division team Dorados of Sinaloa, after he officially became the team’s new manager on Monday. Maradona, who has publicly struggled with drug addiction, alcoholism and obesity, raised eyebrows with the decision to accept a job in the heart of Mexican drug cartel country, Sinaloa.
Argentine legend Diego Maradona has been hired to coach Mexican second-division football club Dorados, the team announced, the retired great’s latest foray into managing.
Hotfoot from creating a stir at the World Cup Diego Maradona arrives in Belarus on Monday to begin the latest chapter in his colourful career. Argentina’s 1986 World Cup winner insisted that his new role as president of first division Dinamo Brest was “very serious” and said he hoped his presence would help the country’s sport “get better every day”.
Football legend Diego Maradona arrives in Belarus as newly-appointed chairman of small top-flight club Dinamo Brest. IMAGES
Five-time world player of the year Lionel Messi suffers more World Cup heartbreak with Argentina unable to match France’s firepower in a thrilling 4-3 World Cup last-16 tie. Widely considered one of the greatest players ever, the Barcelona star is still looked upon unfavourably by many in his homeland compared with Diego Maradona, who led Argentina to World Cup glory in 1986.
The director of a museum dedicated to football legend Diego Maradona explains how Argentines have “immortalised” the player amid both criticism and veneration.
The director of a museum dedicated to football legend Diego Maradona explains how Argentines have “immortalized” the player amid both criticism and veneration.
Argentine World Cup winner Diego Maradona made a Kazakh boy’s dream come true. Ali Turganbekov, who was born without legs, was invited by his football icon to take part in a training session.
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