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Maradona

Diego Armando . born 1960, Argentinian footballer
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We cannot deny Diego Maradona is the best technical footballer all over the world," said bin Dokhan.
Following a meeting held by the board of directors of Al Wasl Football Company to evaluate the technical staff of Al Wasl under the leadership of coach Diego Maradona, it was decided to terminate the services of coach Diego Maradona and his technical staff," a club statement said.
Following a meeting held by the board of directors of Al Wasl Football Company held today to evaluate the technical staff of Al Wasl Football Team under the leadership of coach Diego Maradona, it was decided to terminate the services of coach Diego Maradona and his technical staff," a statement said.
Al Wasl Football Club have parted company with their head coach Diego Maradona, a club spokesman confirmed on Tuesday night.
Summary: Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona has been released from the Kennedy Hospital in Dubai after the successful surgery for removing a kidney stone.
VILLA have given a cool reception to reports that former Argentina boss Diego Maradona is interested in the manager's job.
AS Germany and Argentina prepare to renew old rivalries, Joachim Low admits he is somewhat in awe of Diego Maradona, who he feels won the World Cup on his own in 1986.
DIEGO MARADONA admits Argentina are likely to kick off their World Cup campaign with the same team that started the 1-0 warm-up win in Germany last month.
Argentina's Diego Maradona punches the ball into the net as the South Amercans bundle England out of the World Cup at Mexico 86
DIEGO MARADONA mocked old foe Terry Butcher after a Maxi Rodriguez goal gave Argentina victory over Scotland at Hampden in his first match in charge of the South Americans.
Meanwhile, new Argentina boss Diego Maradona held "helpful and positive" talks yesterday with Benitez and his captain-elect Javier Mascherano.
ITALIAN ace Potito Starace blasted Diego Maradona for insulting him in his quarter-final loss to Argentina's David Nalbandian in the Buenos Aires Open.