# I am Maradona #

“I am Maradona, who shoot goals, who make mistakes. I can take it all, I have shoulders big enough to fight with everybody.”

Maradona in now in God’s hand. Yes, Deigo Armando Maradona, who became one of the greatest players with his intelligent plays and extravagant control. Maradona died on 25th Nov, 2020 at the age of 60.

Brazilian soccer legend Pele tweeted… “I lost a Great friend and the world lost a legend ….One day, I hope we can play ball together in the sky…”

Maradona is one of the reason for me to really follow football. I watched the world cup 1986 on television even at late night hours, just to watch him.play in the 1986 world cup.

Maradona, who played for Barcelona, was also the captain of the national team when Argentina won the 1986 world cup, scoring the famous “Hand of God” goal against England in the quarter-finals. To score the goal, Maradona used his hand to deflect the ball past England goal keeper Peter Shilton, but the referee did not see it. It remains one of the most controversial World cup moments.

source : Google.com
Personal information
Full nameDiego Armando Maradona
Date of birth30 October 1960
Place of birthLanúsBuenos Aires Province, Argentina
Date of death25 November 2020 (aged 60)
Place of deathTigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Height1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)
Playing position(s)Attacking midfielder
Second striker[3][4][5][6]
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1976–1981Argentinos Juniors167(116)
1981–1982Boca Juniors40(28)
1982–1984Barcelona36(22)
1984–1991Napoli188(81)
1992–1993Sevilla26(5)
1993–1994Newell’s Old Boys5(0)
1995–1997Boca Juniors30(7)
Total491(259)
National team
1977–1979Argentina U2015(8)
1977–1994Argentina91(34)
Teams managed
1994Deportivo Mandiyú
1995Racing Club
2008–2010Argentina
2011–2012Al-Wasl
2013–2017Deportivo Riestra (assistant)
2017–2018Fujairah
2018–2019Dorados de Sinaloa
2019–2020Gimnasia de La Plata

As he settles down in heaven, the one wish of every football fan would be that gatekeeper of the afterlife welcome Deigo with a football. That is the only way he will be at peace with himself, for that is the only thing he enjoyed in his 60 years in this world.

With deepest sympathy..

Rest in Peace

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I am Vijay Kumar Verma, residing in Kolkata, the city of joy. I was a Banker since December 1985 and retired in April 2017 from State Bank of India. After serving the Bank for 32 years as an officer holding different assignments from time to time, now I am currently enjoying the retired life. I would like to fulfil the duty of social service through this platform spreading aware about the health related problems and their remedies. I will also try to entertain my followers through knowledgeable information and motivate them to enjoy better and quality lifestyle. It is my endeavour to keep the post friendly and as informative as I can. I am willing to connect with my friends and followers, through my stories and drawings out of my passion to write and make sketches. I would like to create a trusted and joyful friend circle, and share tales from the past

4 thoughts on “# I am Maradona #

  1. Nice blog. One of the greatest footballer of all times who unfortunately became a cocaine addict. Went into rehabilitation several times but his drug addiction destroyed him.

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