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Maradona

Diego Armando . born 1960, Argentinian footballer
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INTENSIVE CARE: Diego Maradona pictured just hours before being rushed to hospital
Diego Maradona has brushed aside controversy over Argentina's opening goal in their 3-1 victory over Mexico by claiming referees are overlooking "scandalous" treatment of Lionel Messi.
TOP 10: 1) George Best 2) OJ Simpson 3) Diego Maradona 4) Mike Tyson 5) David Beckham 6) Stan Collymore 7) Leicester City Three 8) Dwain Chambers 9) Hanse Cronje 10) Jimmy White.
Diego Maradona maybe nearly 60 and not quite as lithe as he was during his decorated playing days but he showed he's lost none of his love for the beautiful game.
Argentinean football legend Diego Maradona -- Press image courtesy FILE CAIRO -- 13 January 2018: Argentinean legend Diego Armando Maradona criticized Sevilla officials for dismissing his compatriot Eduardo Berizzo, Sevilla's former coach, and replacing him with the Italian Vincenzo Montella.
Summary: Kolkata [India], Dec 12 (ANI): Legendary Diego Maradona on Tuesday played a charity football match against former India captain Sourav Ganguly at Barasat, West Bengal.
Summary: A photo of Diego Maradona has been circulating on social media, as he waits for his flat tyre to be replaced
Kolkata: Football legend Diego Maradona is excited for his second visit to Kolkata and has already started the countdown.
HUNDREDS of football fans flocked to Glasgow airport to catch a glimpse of Argentine legend Diego Maradona.
Diego Maradona wants another Argentina World Cup win
Il a fallu bientot trente annees pour que la gloire du football argentin et international, Diego Maradona, rencontre l'arbitre tunisien Ali Ben Naceur pour le remercier par une chaleureuse etreinte d'avoir valide un but que Mardona avait marque de sa main lors de la rencontre en demi-finale entre l'Argentine et l'Angleterre comptant pour la coupe du monde de 1968 au Mexique.