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DIEGO MARADONA RUMORS

WATCH: Soccer legend Diego Maradona slaps a reporter

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 […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Diego Maradona Slaps an Argentine Journalist

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...
Via Standing O Sports
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Diego Maradona Slaps A Journalist (Video)

  Maradona clearly is the type of man who will clearly not think twice to slap a man.  After watching the clip a few times, his words are extremely slurred out. Journalists are asking him questions and he’s extremely annoyed at them. Towards the end of the clip, he gets out of the car and slaps this journalist because he winked at Maradona’s girlfriend. What did the 5 fingers...
Via Geeks and Cleats
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Diego Maradona Slaps Journalist Who Allegedly Winked at his GF (Video)

Diego Maradona is a god-like figure in Argentina, so if he slaps you it’s best to thank him and keep it moving. According to 101 Great Goals, the soccer legend was leaving the movie theater with his girlfriend Veronica Ojeda and his son Diego Fernando when he was blitzed by various media folks. He was answering a few questions when all of a sudden he got out of his car, confronted...
Via BlackSportsOnline
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Diego Maradona Claims FIFA Officials Denied Him Access To 2014 World Cup Game

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...
Via NESN.com
June 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Watch ‘Maradona ’86′ and ‘The Opposition’ On ESPN At 7pm ET Tonight; Review of New 30 For 30 Films

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...
Via World Soccer Talk
April 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Maradona hints new love interest

Diego Maradona appears to have a new girlfriend. His ex-partner just gave birth to a baby he fathered. And the same ex-partner is also involved in a legal dispute with the Argentine football great's former wife. In the last few days local media have been awash with news and photos about a new woman in Maradona's life, who has been identified as 22-year-old Rocio Geraldine...
Via Fox Soccer
February 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Maradona blasts Juan Roman Riquelme

Diego Maradona called Juan Roman Riquelme a ''traitor'' on Wednesday for leaving Boca Juniors, renewing an ongoing feud. Maradona used the term in a radio interview. ''If one wants to fight with Maradona, that's not important to me,'' Maradona said on Radio Metro . ''But what you can't do is be a traitor to the fans at Boca.'...
Via Fox Soccer
July 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Al Wasl bid to keep Maradona happy

The chairman of Al Wasl says his aim is to keep coach Diego Maradona happy. Maradona said last week that he would consider leaving the UAE club if the player budget wasn't increased significantly next season, complaining he wasn't able to compete with other teams. On Wednesday, Marwan bin Beyat said he had not heard directly from Maradona about his concerns but said his...
Via Fox Soccer
February 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Maradona warns he may leave UAE club

Diego Maradona has warned the owners at Al Wasl that he may not return to coach the team next season if it doesn't buy the kind of players that would allow him to compete for the league title. Speaking at a news conference Tuesday, the Argentine football great complained that the United Arab Emirates club didn't bring in enough quality players during the recent January transfer...
Via AP on Fox
February 07, 2012  |  Discuss
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