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Sport Maradona: Blanc evokes his teammate in Naples

17:30  29 november  2020
17:30  29 november  2020 Source:   football365.fr

Obituary: Diego Maradona, Argentine soccer genius who saw heaven and hell, dead at 60

  Obituary: Diego Maradona, Argentine soccer genius who saw heaven and hell, dead at 60 Obituary: Diego Maradona, Argentine soccer genius who saw heaven and hell, dead at 60Maradona had died after suffering a heart attack at his home in the suburbs of Buenos Aires, those close to him confirmed. Argentine President Alberto Fernandez declared three days of national mourning.

Maradona played for teams in Italy and Spain, notably Naples and Barcelona. Italian players also wore black armbands while stadiums projected Maradona 's face on screens On the first weekend following Diego Maradona 's death, athletes from around the world paid tribute to football's legendary Number 10.

Once upon a time. It began on 5th July 1984. A most beautiful day in the Italian South. With 70,000 screaming Neapolitans awaiting him and roaring out his

Laurent Blanc played in Naples when Diego Maradona ended his adventure there. The Habs have precise memories of the idol who died on Wednesday.

Laurent Blanc (Naples) © Supplied by Football 365 Laurent Blanc (Naples) Arrived in Naples in the summer of 1991, Laurent Blanc will never have played with Diego Armando Maradona. However, the two men were players of the club at the same time but, tested positive in March of the same year, the Argentinian did not put on the Neapolitan jersey any more until his departure for Sevilla FC in 1992. At that time. , and despite the disgrace of the "Pibe de Oro" among the supporters, Laurent Blanc was able to measure the notoriety of the player who died on Wednesday, November 25, victim of a cardiac arrest at the age of 60 years. "He was a leader in his style, said Blanc this Sunday in the Téléfoot program. He was very generous and very appreciated in his locker room by his playmates. In Naples, everyone was unanimous. Besides the player , he was a very generous boy

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“The world has lost a legend”: Pelé mourns Maradona

 “The world has lost a legend”: Pelé mourns Maradona Football greats of all generations reacted with great sadness appreciative words to the death of the Argentine world star Maradona. Clubs and associations from all over the world also expressed their grief. © - / dpa Football legends among themselves: Brazil's Pele (l) and his Argentine counterpart Diego Maradona. Pele (football legend from Brazil): «What sad news. I lost a great friend and the world lost a legend.

Lionel Messi and his Barcelona teammates took a moment from their training session on Friday to pay their respects following the passing of former Barca Posting to his Instagram, Messi reacted to the news by describing Maradona 's death as, "A very sad day for all Argentinians and for football.

Maradona mixed openly with the city gangsters, Lo Camorra. He could do as he pleased whilst performing miracles on the pitch, but when the magic faded? Once Upon a Time in Naples attempts to chronicle those unforgettable times under Mount Vesuvius’ shadow. When Diego left his inestimable

"Touched by the early death of the Argentinian world champion ( 1986), the former PSG coach also spoke of the departure of Maradona in 1992: "At that time, there were four foreigners in the club. Diego was suspended because he had tested positive. He left anonymously. total when he had arrived in a San Paolo stadium on fire. "" We cannot imagine what he represented " The two men met once again in 2008, on the occasion of the jubilee from another former Napoli, Ciro Ferrara. Diego Maradona returned for the first time in fourteen years to the city that had adored him. Blanc remembers: "I saw him again for Ferrara's jubilee. It was the first time he came back to Naples. It's incomprehensible what he represented in Naples. You can't understand it. You can't understand it. can't imagine. "

Maradona's "Hand Of God" shirt could be yours - for $2 million .
Maradona's "Hand Of God" shirt could be yours - for $2 million(Reuters) - The shirt worn by Diego Maradona when he scored his famous "Hand Of God" goal against England at the 1986 World Cup in Mexico could be available for $2 million following the Argentine's death on Wednesday, says an American sports memorabilia expert.

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