Maradona

noun
  1. Diego Armando (dɪˈeɪɡəʊ). born 1960, Argentinian footballer and manager: his clubs included Argentinos Juniors, Boca Juniors, Barcelona, and Napoli; scored 34 goals in 91 internationals (1977–94); under his captaincy Argentina won the World Cup in 1986
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  • Charismatic superstars from the great Pelé to Beckenbauer to Maradona make illuminating anecdotal appearances.

  • "The Argentine people have shown that, when it comes to Maradona, the results are not important," Cabandie said.

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    World Cup Primer

    Joshua Robinson

    June 12, 2010

  • Maradona spent much of the game frantically gesticulating and clutching his rosary.

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    World Cup Primer

    Joshua Robinson

    June 12, 2010