The life and career of Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona 1

The life and career of Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona

 

One of the greatest soccer players of all time, Diego Maradona has died after suffering cardiac arrest.

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30 comments

  1. Really? Not even a mention of his extremely strong leftist ties and beliefs? That was a HUGE part of his life.

    1. @2013 Dodge Grand Caravan It’s actually about a legend who was more than just a soccer player in his life.

    2. dude, who cares that was his decision he has the right to support whoever he likes he has that right you goof.

  2. Regardless of his issues with his social life he was extremely talented on the soccer pitch the likes of very few have been,, he’ll go down in sports history as being one of the greatest football (soccer) players ever. R.I.P “D.M”

  3. This barely touches his legacy. Just his stint at Napoli alone is a documentary onto itself. He won the 1986 World Cup by himself really. Same with the Scudettos and UEFA cups at Napoli. 

    In a sport like soccer that’s saying a lot; it’s not like basketball where one guy can make the difference. Even Pele had great players around him. No doubt one of the greatest, if not the greatest.

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