Diego Maradona Died At 60 in his home in the San Andres

Diego Maradona Died At 60

Diego Maradona Died At 60: Diego Maradona is dead, this is breaking news in the world of football. Maradona Died At 60 according to reports in Argentina. Rest In Peace the famous hand of god. It is believed that the almighty has finally offered his hands to you.

Diego Maradona is from Argentine professional footballer and football manager. He is one of the greatest of all time in the world football due to vision, passing, ball control and dribbling skills.

The famous veteran football Diego Armando Maradona Franco was given the nickname “El Pibe de Oro” (“The Golden Boy”), a name that stuck with him throughout his career.

He is from one of the most successful football nation known as Brazil nicknamed the samba boys died today due to a strong heart attack  at his home in the San Andres in the town of Tigre today.

Diego Maradona Died At 60
Diego Maradona Died At 60

Diego Maradona Died At 60 in his home in the San Andresin the town of Tigre today
Senior career
1976–1981 Argentinos Juniors made 167 apps and score(116) goals
1981–1982 Boca Juniors made 40 apps and score(28) goals
1982–1984 Barcelona made 36 apps and score (22)goals
1984–1991 Napoli made 188 apps and score(81) goals
1992–1993 Sevilla made 26 apps and score (5) goals
1993–1994 Newell’s Old Boys made 5 apps and score(0)
1995–1997 Boca Juniors made 30 apps and score(7) goals
Total 491 apps and score(259) goals

National team
1977–1979 Argentina U20 made 15 apps and score (8) goals
1977–1994 Argentina made 91 apps and score(34) goals
Teams managed: he managed this following teams in this year
1994 Textil Mandiyú
1995 Racing Club
2008–2010 Argentina 2011–2012 Al-Wasl 2013–2017 Deportivo Riestra (assistant) 2017–2018 Fujairah 2018–2019 Dorados de Sinaloa 2019–2020 Gimnasia de La Plata

He got many awards during his life time. These are the follow Honours he got: Men’s football, Representing Argentina, FIFA World Cup, Winner1986 Mexico, Runner-up 1990 Italy, Copa América 1989 Brazil, FIFA U-20 Wor

ld Cup and Winner 1979 Japan

May his soul rest in peace …
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