Diego Maradona, the retired soccer legend from Argentina, recently joined some friends in sing the Bob Marley classic "No Woman No Cry" while enjoying a meal together.Maradona seemed to really enjoy the song, as he climbed onto his chair to sing the chorus.H/T 101gg. This post appeared first on Holdout Sports. Follow us on Twitter and Like us on Facebook.
Unlike many of the shots Diego Maradona took during his legendary soccer career, those rumors which claim Fidel Castro has died are wide of the mark. Maradona quashed Castro death rumors Monday by showing a signed, four-page letter he recently received from the former President of Cuba to Telesur, according to Reuters. Maradona didn’t share the contents...
Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona can be seen hitting ex-girlfriend Rocio Oliva in a new video that has emerged. Oliva and Maradona have been in an on-and-off relationship that apparently has soured for good. According to Argentina news company Ciudad, Oliva claimed in June to have video and photo evidence of Maradona beating her. Things...Read More
Diego Maradona is up to his old tricks. Maradona, 53, recently was filmed fighting outside of a nightclub in Dubrovnik, Croatia. The Argentinian soccer legend tried to attack local fans, who wanted to take a picture with him, according to Metro. While Maradona’s friends kept the incident from escalating into a full-fledged fracas, the video still has been doing the rounds...
Diego Maradona is widely regarded as one of the greatest soccer players of all time. The former Argentine star and manager constantly draws attention from reporters and paparazzi, and he is not afraid to speak his mind. On Saturday, he did a lot more than just sharing his thoughts. As Metro pointed out, Maradona slapped […]
Diego Maradona is arguably one of the greatest soccer players to ever wear a pair of cleats, but he seems to make headlines for all the wrong reasons since retiring. In his most recent situation, Maradona was caught on film slapping an Argentine journalist after he apparently winked at Maradona’s girlfriend. Via Soccerly, who has more on the situation: Controversial Argentine...
Diego Maradona led Argentina to World Cup victory in 1986 and to another final in 1990. He’s regarded as one of the best soccer players of all time. But according to Maradona himself, that wasn’t good enough for him to be allowed to watch his team take on Bosnia-Herzegovina in the 2014 World Cup on Sunday. Maradona — who is covering the tournament for Venezuelan TV – claimed...
Last week’s Hillsborough documentary was the first of eight films that ESPN will show over the next few months as part of its ESPN’s 30 For 30 Soccer Series. Films two and three will air tonight at 7pm ET on ESPN with the debut of Maradona ’86 and The Opposition. While Hillsborough was a feature-length film, Maradona ’86 and The Opposition are closer to the lengths...
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