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Ma·ra·do·na

 (mä′rə-dō′nə), Diego Armando Born 1960.
Argentine soccer player. Noted for his speed and ball control, he scored crucial goals for his country's team in four consecutive World Cup tournaments (1982-1994).

Maradona

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(Biography) 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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Nolberto Solano at Aston Villa's training ground at Bodymoor Heath yesterday; Diego Maradona (above) at the peak of his career in 1986 when, playing for Argentina, he single-handedly tore England's hopes apart in the World Cup in Mexico and (right) bloated and sweating, El Diego acknowledges his fans at the match between Boca Juniors and Nueva Chicago in Buenos Aires.
Maradona gestures during a 2010 World Cup second round soccer match against Mexico at Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg June 27, 2010.
Ganguly, who took part in the 40-minute exhibition match, later regretted not being able to play with the 1986 World Cup winner adding Maradona also had a right hand injury which prevented him from taking to the greens.
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Police in Dubai want to question the ex-fiancee of football superstar Diego Maradona following a claim that she stole more than Dhs1 million worth of jewellery and watches from the Argentine's home in the emirate.
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