The Living Legend of Argentinean football's world in the 80s he was Diego Armando Maradona was born October 30, 1960 in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Maradona in lapanagan fill the position of striker and attacking midfielder Supporting. Maradona in the Argentine society that became a favorite. But not just any World Argentina also admitted he was a creature of the planet Earth that have a typical dance of the time in the field.
His debut began in 1976 with the club Argentinos Juniors. A year later, he made international debut with the Argentine national team. In 1981, he bought the club Boca Juniors for £ 1 million. Which in the first year of joining she immediately presented the trophy for the Campeonato Metropolitano Boca Junior.
Then in 1982, he was sold to FC Barcelona for the price of 3 million pounsterling, which is a world record. But it was only some time to join, he had to rest about a year due to her hard tekel. And with this Catalan club won the Copa del Rey and is also the beginning of The Legend of waving gait in Europe
Maradona then transferred to SSC Napoli in 1984 and brought the team into Serie A champions for the first time in the history of Naples (1986/87 and later 1989/1990). In addition, he also helped Napoli won the Italian Cup in 1987. A year later (88/89 season), Napoli defeated Stuttgart for UEFA Cup champion.
Show intension Maradona is on during the 1986 World Cup in Mexico, where the Argentinean out as World Champion for the second time, after the first one in 1978 in Argentina.
At the World Cup in Mexico, Maradona made the best goals of all time when England met Argentina in the quarter-finals. At that time, Maradona dribbled from midfield, and then passed five people and conquered England players celebrated England goalkeeper Peter Shilton.
Unfortunately, the party also, Maradona made a very bad goals as well. Goals are created through the help of hands, which it says Maradona as a result of assistance "hand of God". He finally admitted that it was done deliberately on August 22, 2005.
At the next World Cup in 1990 in Italy, Maradona managed to bring Argentina became a finalist after beating hosts Italy in the semi-final. Unfortunately at the top of the party, Argentina was defeated by West Germany with a score of 1-0.
His career then climbed down after that. He was found guilty of doping in 1991 and banned from playing for 15 months. Once free, he made his comeback with Sevilla, but was fired a year later. He then returned to Argentina and played with Newell's Old Boys during the five matches before play was again banned for 15 months because of re-known doping during the 1994 World Cup in progress.
After he became coach of Deportivo Mandiyú (1994) and Racing Club (1995) and tried to resume playing career with Boca between 1995 and 1997, he eventually retired on October 30, 1997.
In 2004, Maradona was near death from a heart attack due to cocaine overdose. After leaving the hospital, he did abdominal surgery in March 2005 to reduce weight. In August 2005, he began his new career as a talk show host.
In 2008, Maradona was surprisingly elected as Argentina's national team head coach. And, on his debut as new coach Tim Tango, Maradona managed to bring his team brought down Scotland 1-0 in Glasgow. Maradona also pointed Maxi Rodriguez, Atletico Madrid midfielder as new national team captain.
Complete data follows Diego Armando Maradona
Name: Diego Armando Maradona
Date of Birth: October 30, 1960
Place of Birth: Lanus, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Position Players: Supporting striker, attacking midfielder
Argentinos Junior (1976-1980) 166 games (116 goals)
Boca Junior (1981)
Bercelona (1982 - 1983) 58 games (38 goals)
Napoli (1984 -1991) 259 games (115 goals)
Sevilla (1992 - 1993) 29 games (7 goals)
Newell's Old Boys (1993)
Boca Junior (1995 - 1997) 71 games (35 goals) in the join with th 1981
CAREER's national football team
Argentina's Junior (1977 - 1979) 23 games (11 goals)
Argentina (1977 - 1994) 91 games (34 goals)
Campeonato Metropolitano th 1981 (Boca Junior)
Copa del Rey th 1983 (Barcelona)
Serie A in 1987 and 1990 yr (Napoli)
Th 1987 Coppa Italia (Napoli)
Th UEFA Cup 1989 (Napoli)
Th 1990 Super Coppa Italia (Napoli)
Achievement's national football team
FIFA U-20 th 1979
World Cup 1986
1993 Copa Artemio Franchi
In 2001, he was chosen by FIFA as the "Player of the Century" along with Pele. Tally at the 1986 World Cup, where he passed five England defenders and goalkeeper Peter Shilton to score it, was voted "Goal of The Century" in voting by Fédération Internationale de Football Association
Now Maradona is appointed as coach of Argentina.