Found March 30, 2012 on
We are all familiar with the romantic stories of a brave man who throws all caution to wind to save a girl from the hands of hard core men and somewhat miraclously comes out unscathed.
Such was the situation in the United Arad Emirates league when the long-standing rivalry between Brazil and Argentina came to surfaced after Maradona’s Al Wasl lost 0-2 to Al Shabab, with a Brazilian striker scoring a goal and setting up one.
“Ciel, a Brazilian striker, who set up and then scored in the 2-0 win was the subject of much fury by Argentinean supporters from Diego Maradona’s entourage, which included Maradona’s partner Veronica and Al Wasl player Juan Mercier’s other half,” Gulf News reported.
Tension grew and drew in supporters of both Al Wasry and Al Shabab in the stands, with Maradona’s “wife” Veronica caught in the middle of it. The former footballing legend did not have to think twice to get into the crowd and save her. Quiet a heroic act – romantic, I should say.
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Diego Maradona was restrained by security staff as he confronted opposition fans in the stands on Thursday, angry at threats and abuse directed toward wives and girlfriends of his Al Wasl players.
Maradona called the Al Shabab fans ''cowards'' after they heckled the women during his team's 2-0 loss.
The women were eventually escorted from the stadium by police...
Diego Maradona was restrained by security staff as he confronted opposition fans in the stands Thursday, angry at threats and abuse directed toward wives and girlfriends of his Al Wasl players.
Friday's edition of the Gulf News reported that Maradona called the Al Shabab fans ''cowards'' after they heckled the women during his team's 2-0 loss.
Who you got in this fight? Crazy Muslims starting sh*t with Diego Maradona’s WAG? Or Diego Maradona and his batsh*t crazy mustache going into the crowd last night at a stadium in the United Arab Emirates? You see, Diego has seen his share of soccer fan fights over the years. Just think of those wars in the Italian Serie A league. And who knows when homeboy is jacked up on coke...
((HT: TotalSportsInfo))Diego Maradona is coaching over in the UAE these days, but just because he's coaching doesn't mean he still knows what's happening behind him in the stands...As his Al Wasl squad was playing Al Shabab, the Shabab fans were heckling his players and then the girlfriends of the team...Maradona left his seat...After the match, Maradona called the rival...