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    Football icon Diego Maradona was buried without his diseased heart to prevent fans from stealing it, according to a top doctor who also works as a journalist. Nelson Castro, 66, a doctor and writer from Argentina hosts a political debate show on TV channel Todo Noticias called 'El Juego Limpio' - which translates to mean 'Fair Game'. And while appearing on another show, 'La Mesa de Juana Viale', Castro was speaking about his new book 'Diego's Health' focusing on former footballer Maradona. During his appearance on the show, Castro claimed the football legend had been buried without his heart after it was learned there was a plan to steal it. Neslon Castro, 66, a doctor and writer from Argentina (pictured), was appearing on 'La Mesa de Juana Viale' when he claimed former footballer Diego Maradona was buried without his diseased heart to prevent fans from stealing it Diego Maradona (file image from 2007) died in his sleep on November 25, 2020, after suffering cardiac arrest Instead, he said, the body that was buried during a private funeral next to his parents at...
    Seven doctors have been charged with the death of soccer legend Diego Maradona, according to an ESPN report on Thursday.  Argentinian prosecutors have charged neurosurgeon Leopoldo Luque and psychiatrist Agustina Cosachov, along with five other medical professionals, with simple homicide with eventual intent in the death of Maradona.  Audio of a private conservation between the medical professionals that indicated that Maradona wasn’t properly looked at was leaked to the media, according to ESPN. Luque performed a successful brain surgery on Maradona two weeks before his death.  Prosecutors even appointed a medical board to see if there was a possible homicide in the case, and the board reported in May that the medical professionals acted in an "inappropriate, deficient and reckless manner,” ESPN reports.  Maradona’s autopsy revealed that he died in his sleep from an acute pulmonary edema due to congestive heart failure. His family is demanding justice for those who are responsible for his death. Maradona died last November at the age of 60.  If convicted, all of those accused will face up to 25 years in prison, according to ESPN.  Tags Argentina soccer...
    DIEGO Maradona's doctors face 25 years behind bars after cops opened a murder investigation into the football star's death. The probe launched shortly after the soccer legend was found lifeless in bed at his rented home last November. 6Seven health professionals being probed over Diego Maradona’s death could face 25 years in jailCredit: AFP The footballer, who won the World Cup with Argentina in 1986, died of heart failure State prosecutors in Argentina had classified it as a manslaughter investigation. But today it emerged it has been reclassified following a damning report by a medical board which concluded Maradona’s care team acted “inadequately, deficiently and recklessly”. Diego’s doctor Leopoldo Luque and his psychiatrist Agustina Cosachov are among seven health professionals told they are now under formal investigation on suspicion of a type of homicide. They face an accusation they acted in a way they knew could lead to someone’s death but did nothing to avoid it. A conviction would carry a prison sentence of between eight and 25 years under Argentinian law - far more than the one...
    DIEGO Maradona could still be alive today if he had been kept in hospital following a blood clot operation, medics probing his death have said. The legendary Argentinian footballer, 60, died of heart failure last November after he was allowed to move to a rented home near Buenos Aires after the procedure. 3Maradona could still be alive if he had not been allowed to leave hospital after a brain op late last yearCredit: AFP Now a medical board investigating his tragic passing has concluded the sporting icon’s care team acted “inadequately, deficiently and recklessly.” The damning report says signs Maradona's life was in danger were “ignored” while he was living in the rented home. State prosecutors will be handed the full report on Monday following a two-month probe by the 20-strong team of experts, which includes a cardiologist, physiatrists and toxicologist. Its conclusions are set to heap more pressure on the footy legend’s doctor Leopoldo Luque and his psychiatrist Agustina Cosachov, two of the seven people under formal investigation as part of a manslaughter probe. There is growing speculation the...
    Insensitive George Floyd reference in dance invite prompts investigation at Nevada school 3 things Android 12 can do that Android 11 cant Argentina's public prosecutor's office will convene a medical board on March 8 to decide whether or not late football legend Diego Maradona was given proper treatment before his death, legal sources said on Tuesday. © JUAN MABROMATA Argentine street artist Alfredo Segatori paints a mural of late Argentine football legend Diego Maradona in Buenos Aires, on December 1, 2020. Maradona died of a heart attack on November 25, weeks after undergoing brain surgery on a blood clot. Investigators are trying to determine whether or not there was negligence in Maradona's health care before he died. Nine experts will be called on March 8 including the medical examiners that took part in Maradona's autopsy. The public prosecutor in San Isidro, a suburb of the capital Buenos Aires, has also called two more witnesses to appear before investigators on Thursday: a nursing coordinator and the doctor tasked with coordinating Maradona's home care during the days before he died. Five...
    Diego Maradona's mobile phones will be opened up this Friday so prosecutors probing his death can obtain his last messages. A judge approved a request to access the soccer icon's two smartphones earlier this week. Investigators trying to establish if Diego's death was a manslaughter caused by medical negligence confirmed today that work on the phone would begin on February 19.  Maradona (right) underwent emergency brain surgery to remove a blood clot in November The two iPhones seized from the bedroom where he died last November will remain under lock and key at a state prosecutors' office in San Isidro near Buenos Aires until then. Sources close to the ongoing criminal probe said investigators would be seeking to discover if Diego had expressed concerns about his health and who he messaged and spoke to in the days before his death from heart failure at a rented home near the Argentinian capital. Heart surgeon Leopoldo Luque, Diego's doctor, and his psychiatrist Agustina Cosachov were already under official investigation before the 'suspect' list grew to five at the start of the...
    FOOTBALLERS love their tattoos - and some have more meaning than others. Some of the body art inked on to the biggest names in the sport have some very moving stories behind them. 24 Footballers love their tattoos, and many of them have an emotional meaning behind themCredit: Getty - Contributor We highlight nine of the most emotional tattoo tributes. SERGIO RAMOS The Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos is covered with tattoos, including some amazing numbers on his fingers. The most moving tattoos have ‘The spirit of those dead lies in the memory of those alive’ inked in two parts on his right and left biceps. It is a mark of respect for the victims of the terror attacks on New York on 9/11 2001 and Madrid on 3/11 in 2004. Ramos, 31, also has a large Star of David on his left arm in memory of his close friend and former team-mate Antonio Puerta, who died aged just 22. Puerta, a Spanish international, collapsed and later died while playing for Sevilla against Getafe in August 2007. 24 Sergio Ramos...
    Diego Maradona was ultimately undone by a feeble body ravaged by years of drug dependency and a never-say-die mindset which drove him to rush back from repeated injuries and never allow his battle-scarred body to heal. The football legend tragically passed away at his home in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on November 25, after suffering a fatal heart attack in the aftermath of major brain surgery. Now, a fresh and exclusive documentary to be aired on discovery+ takes a deeper look into the extraordinary life of Maradona, piecing together the trail of clues which ultimately lead to his lonely and premature death in the Argentinian capital.  The extent to which Diego Maradona pushed his body has been revealed in a new explosive documentary, examining how the world's greatest footballer eventually came undone Maradona's hugely successful career contained a dark side of constant abuse and wild excess RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Remembering Maradona's magic: Diego's best goals included a... Napoli's Stadio San Paolo officially becomes the Stadio... PSG star Neymar reveals his...
    Diego Maradona. Getty/Marcelo Endelli Diego Maradona had no alcohol or narcotic drugs in his body at the time of his death, his autopsy has revealed, according to reports from Argentina. According to news agency Télam, the most recent report did, however, reveal the presence of drugs used to treat depression and anxiety. Maradona died aged 60 on November 25 at his home in Buenos Aires.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Diego Maradona had no alcohol or narcotic drugs in his body at the time of his death, an autopsy has revealed, according to reports from Argentina. The Argentine died aged 60 on November 25, just two weeks after his discharge from hospital following brain surgery. According to Argentine news agency Télam, a preliminary autopsy earlier this month determined that Maradona died in his sleep after suffering an acute pulmonary edema, effectively a build-up of fluid in the lungs. This was "secondary to exacerbated chronic heart failure" and a "dilated cardiomyopathy," the report added. The news agency added that the latest report stated that no alcohol or...
    DIEGO MARADONA had no traces of alcohol or illegal drugs in his blood and urine when he died - but he was suffering major heart, liver and kidney problems.  But tests carried out after a post-mortem following the footy legend’s death on November 25 death did show up a cocktail of prescription drugs including Quetiapine, Venlafaxine and Levetiracetam. 2Diego Maradona had no traces of alcohol or illegal drugs in his blood and urine when he diedCredit: AFP Some of the pills had already been named as being among those the former Napoli and Barcelona star is thought to have been taking in the run-up to his untimely death at a rented home near Buenos Aires following a hospital brain blood clot op. Quetiapine is used to treat mood disorders including depression, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Antidepressant Venlaxfaxine is sometimes used to treat panic attacks. Levitiracetam belongs to a class of drugs known as anticonvulsants and is used with other medication to treat epilepsy and try to decrease the number of seizures. The drug Ranitidine was also detected, which is used...
    A doctor who treated Diego Maradona for three decades has insisted that his death was a 'form of suicide' and that the footballing legend was 'tired of living'.  Dr Alfredo Cahe, who treated Maradona between 1977 and 2007, believes the Argentine sportsman may have stopped eating or taking his medication after entering a state of depression following brain surgery shortly before his death. 'This just does not seem like a simple heart attack to me,' he told an Argentine radio station on Sunday. Diego Maradona's doctor of 30 years has claimed the sporting legend's death was 'a form of suicide' brought on by a deep depression that began following brain surgery (file image) Dr Alfredo Cahe believes Maradona may have stopped eating or taking his medication following his discharge from hospital after surgery, sparking the cardiac arrest that killed him Dr Cahe also claimed that Maradona had attempted suicide once before, in Cuba, when he drove his car towards an oncoming bus but survived the impact. He claims he asked Maradona afterwards whether he wanted to kill himself,...
    FOOTIE legend Diego Maradona’s body could be dug up and displayed with his trophies. The 60-year-old Argentine Hand of God star’s dying wish was to be embalmed. ⚠️ Read our Diego Maradona death live blog for the latest news & updates 5Diego Maradona's body could be dug up and displayed with his trophiesCredit: AFP 5The football legend wanted to be embalmed after his deathCredit: AFP - Getty He told lawyer Matias Morla in a letter that he wanted a similar tribute to Russian leader Vladimir Lenin, whose preserved body has been on show in Moscow’s Red Square since 1924. Maradona’s letter, signed on October 13 — weeks before his death from a heart attack — says: “After a deep analysis I want to express my wish that after my death my body be embalmed and exhibited in said museum, surrounded by my maximum trophies, personal objects and beloved memories to continue receiving the affection of the people from that place.’’ Mario Baudry, lawyer for the 1986 World Cup winning skipper’s last partner Veronica Ojeda, outlined the idea of exhuming the...
    An interim medical report on the death of football legend Diego Maradona has revealed he was "not monitored properly and was not taking prescribed heart medication". Prosecutors investigating his death last month at the age of just 60 after an operation to remove a blood clot on the brain also added that nursing staff assigned to look after him appeared to have "seriously failed in their duties". 9An interim medical report has found Maradona was not 'monitored properly' before his deathCredit: Instagram 9Authorities raided the office of his personal physician last monthCredit: EPA 9Maradona laying in state at the chapel in Buenos Aires' presidential palaceCredit: AFP 9Fans take part in tributes to Maradona Credit: EPA A file for possible manslaughter has already been opened into the former Barcelona and Napoli star's death at his home in Buenos Aires twelve days ago and his neurosurgeon Dr Leopolodo Luque has been under investigation. It said: "No one was properly looking after the patient. Every new element that we obtain during the investigation reinforce the theory that the aftercare was poorly administered to...
    This is the cramped makeshift bedroom where Diego Maradona spent his final days - a small ground-floor playroom with a wardrobe doubling up as a door to give him a small amount of privacy in what proved to be the last weeks of his life.  After leaving hospital on November 11 following a brain blood clot operation, Maradona was supposed to sleep in an upstairs en-suite bedroom which his daughter Jana had prepared after signing a £12,000 three-month rental contract.  But the ground-floor room ended up being transformed into a substitute bedroom because of the difficulty he had getting up stairs following his surgery. Pictures published by Argentinian media showed a wardrobe had been dragged into the space between the emergency bedroom and the living room. Maradona, who was 60 when he died last Wednesday from heart failure, did not even have a proper toilet in the makeshift bedroom and made do with a portable orthopaedic loo so he did not have to move too far during the night. Makeshift bedroom: A wardrobe doubled up as a door to give Diego...
    More On: diego maradona Who was Diego Maradona? Inside the soccer icon’s life, death, and career Maradona’s doc says he is ‘scapegoat’ for star’s death Officials raid home of Diego Maradona’s doctor Funeral worker apologizes for selfie with Diego Maradona’s body MADRID — A soccer player from a women’s lower-division team in Spain has received threats after protesting against Diego Maradona. Paula Dapena, who plays for club Viajes Interrías, sat on the ground with her back to the sideline during a minute of silence for Maradona before a friendly match on Saturday. Dapena said she didn’t want to participate in the tribute to the Argentina great, who died last week at age 60, because of past accusations of domestic violence made against him. An altercation between Maradona and his partner was caught on video some years ago, but he was not charged. see also Who was Diego Maradona? Inside the soccer icon’s life, death, and career Diego Maradona died last week of a heart attack at... Dapena was flooded with messages of support on social media but...
    Entertainment : Maradona passed away on Wednesday, November 25. (Free Press Photo: Forbes) The lawyer for one of the nurses who treated Diego Maradona in the 10 days prior to his death said that the idol suffered a fall and a blow to the head on the opposite side to the one that had been operated on and had not been attended. The nurse Dahiana Gisela Madrid testified as a witness and assured that she tried to revive the soccer star with heart massages and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. He also explained that Maradona’s body had given alerts about possible cardiac alterations that were not attended to, in addition to the fall. “Maradona fell the Wednesday before his death. He had a hit, he fell, he hit himself and they didn’t take him to a hospital either to have an MRI or a CT scan, ”Rodolfo Baqué, a Madrid lawyer, told the TN channel. According to the lawyer, he was not taken to any hospital for treatment. Further: The footballer who turned his back...
    DIEGO Maradona had been prescribed a cocktail of drugs including antidepressants and antipsychotics used to treat bipolar disorder, according to reports. It comes after police in Argentina raided the home of the football legend's doctor and launched an investigation into possible manslaughter following his death on Wednseday. 7Maradona pictured with personal physician Leopoldo LuqueCredit: AFP or licensors 7The 60-year-old suffered heart failure and died last weekCredit: PA:Press Association 7People light candles at a memorial to the footballerCredit: AP:Associated Press Maradona died of heart failure leading to a pulmonary edema, an accumulation of fluid in the tissue of the lungs. Health experts have suggested the cocktail of drugs the 60-year-old was taking could have put stress on his heart. On Sunday, and following damning statements given by Maradona's daughters Dalma and Giannina about his medical care, police searched the home and private clinic of personal physician Leopoldo Luque. Dr Luque has not been charged and has strongly denied any wrongdoing. The medications Maradona was on reportedly included Quetiapine, used to treat mood disorders including depression, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder,...
    Diego Maradona reportedly fell over and hit his head a week before he died from a heart attack but was never taken to the hospital despite suffering an injury. Italian newspaper La Repubblica claim that Maradona, who had only recently had surgery on his brain to remove a blood clot, was not taken for a scan after falling and hitting his head at home.  A lawyer representing a nurse who worked for Maradona is reported to have said: 'Maradona fell to the ground seven days before his death. He fell and hit his head but they didn't take him to the hospital for an MRI or a CT scan.' Diego Maradona's death is being treated as possible manslaughter and police have raided the home of his personal doctor Leopoldo Luque (pictured together)  Neurologist Luque, Maradona's former personal doctor, furiously denied any wrongdoing after police launched an investigation into his death The Argentine Police carry items during a break-in to collect evidence at Luque's office RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next It's been 10...
    Diego Maradona was 'unmanageable' and should have been sent to rehab, said his personal surgeon who is being investigated over involuntary manslaughter.   Prosecutors in San Isidro, near Buenos Aires, said they were investigating Leopoldo Luque over possible medical negligence and police raided his doctor's surgery and home on Sunday. But Luque said the footballing icon was a difficult person to control, and he would often kick the surgeon out of his house, and he has been made a 'scapegoat' for the Argentinian's death. Diego Maradona was 'unmanageable' and should have been sent to rehab, said his personal surgeon Leopoldo Luque Maradona's death is being treated as possible manslaughter and police have raided the home of his personal doctor (pictured together)  A statement from the prosecutors' office later said they had begun analysing material gathered and clarified that 'no decisions have been made at the moment regarding the procedural situation of any person.' The probe was triggered by concerns raised by Maradona's daughters Dalma, Gianinna and Jana over the treatment he received for his heart condition at his home...
    LIONEL MESSI paid tribute to Diego Maradona by taking off his Barcelona shirt to reveal a Newell's Old Boys jersey but was BOOKED for the geture. The Catalan giants' skipper bagged a stunning goal against Osasuna before unveiling Maradona's old No10 strip from years gone by. 3Lionel Messi unveiled an old Newell's Old Boys strip with Maradona's No10 on the backCredit: Getty Images - Getty 3Messi's touching tribute was in honour of Maradona who passed away last weekCredit: Getty Images - Getty 3Messi is booked at the Nou CampCredit: Getty Images - Getty But despite the touching moment in honour of Messi's late Argentine compatriot, the LaLiga ref still saw fit to brandish a yellow card. Maradona died on Wednesday aged 60 after suffering a heart attack and the latest news suggests the house of his personal doctor was searched by cops amid reports his passing is being treated as manslaughter. MORE TO FOLLOW. Most read in Football'grateful'Teen Mom Cheyenne Floyd fuels pregnancy rumors as she 'hides' belly bumpTRAIN HORRORNew mom killed when partner 'tried to beat train' and...
    Cuomo calls US Supreme Courts religious gatherings ruling irrelevant Military’s role in vaccine to be behind the scenes Diego Maradonas lawyer demands investigation into ambulance response after his death Diego Maradona’s lawyer and agent has demanded an investigation into the time it took for ambulances to reach the Argentinian soccer star’s home earlier this week after he suffered a fatal heart attack.  Maradona had been battling health problems for years, and even underwent brain surgery in Buenos Aires earlier this month. He was discharged two weeks ago and recovering at home when he suffered a heart attack on Wednesday and died. He was 60. Diego Maradona’s lawyer demands investigationSix ambulances reportedly arrived at Maradona’s home outside of Buenos Aires on Wednesday. Maradona’s lawyer and agent, Matias Morla, said the district attorney’s office reported that the ambulances took “more than half an hour to arrive” to Maradona’s home — which he described as “criminal idiocy.” "This fact cannot be overlooked and I'm going to ask for an investigation to look into it until the end," Morla said in a statement on...
    Move over St. Paul and make way for Maradona. The mayor of Naples started a formal process to rename the San Paolo stadium for Diego Maradona on Thursday. The move comes with the city in mourning for the soccer great, who died Wednesday of a heart attack at age 60, two weeks after being released from a hospital in Buenos Aires following brain surgery. “We are already putting it together this morning, taking the first steps to dedicate Naples’ stadium to Maradona,” Luigi De Magistris said. “It’s a process but it will be a quick process, because when there is such a strong desire there’s nothing that will hold us up. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM “We’re hoping to make it coincide with the resumption of games with fans,” the mayor added. The city operates the San Paolo stadium, where Maradona led Napoli to its only two Serie A titles in 1987 and 1990. Built after World War II, the stadium was named for St. Paul according to the legend that the apostle docked in the surrounding Fuorigrotta area when he reached current-day...
    The mayor of Naples started the formal process to rename the San Paolo stadium for Diego Maradona on Thursday. The move comes with the city in mourning for the soccer great, who died Wednesday of a heart attack at age 60, two weeks after being released from a hospital in Buenos Aires following brain surgery. “We are already putting it together this morning, taking the first steps to dedicate Naples’ stadium to Maradona,” Luigi De Magistris said. “It’s a process but it will be a quick process, because when there is such a strong desire there’s nothing that will hold us up. “We’re hoping to make it coincide with the resumption of games with fans,” the mayor added. The city operates the San Paolo stadium, where Maradona led Napoli to its only two Serie A titles in 1987 and 1990. Napoli plays Croatian side Rijeka on Thursday in the Europa League in a match that will be empty of fans due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, fans were already outside the stadium late Wednesday and into Thursday morning waving banners,...
    DIEGO Maradona died in his sleep after suffering heart failure which caused a pulmonary edema, a preliminary autopsy has discovered. The footy legend suffered a sudden death in his bed at the rented home near Buenos Aires he moved to after leaving hospital on November 11 following a brain blood clot op, the post-mortem showed. 3Diego Maradona had successful surgery on a brain blood clot earlier this monthCredit: AFP or licensors 3A hearse carried the coffin of Diego Maradona to a funeral house in Buenos Aires on Wednesday nightCredit: AP:Associated Press Medics are also said to have detected dilated cardiomyopathy, a medical condition in which the heart muscle becomes weakened and enlarged and cannot pump enough blood to the rest of the body. Pulmonary edema, fluid accumulation in the lung’s tissue and air spaces, are caused by heart problems in most cases. It also emerged overnight that the last person to see Diego alive was his nephew Johnny Esposito. Initial reports following the Argentina great's death said he had gone back to bed following breakfast yesterday morning/on Wednesday morning after telling...
    DIEGO MARADONA'S iconic pre-match ball-jugging routine will be replicated for years to come. The incredible clip has been doing the rounds on social media following the Argentine legend's death. 3Diego Maradona showed off his skills before the match Maradona passed away at his home on Wednesday after suffering a heart attack. Tributes have poured in from the likes of Pele, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. During his club career, he scored 259 goals in just 491 matches. As well as guiding Argentina to World Cup glory in 1986, he scored 34 goals in 91 games for his country. But it was what he did before matches that sometimes proved to be the most special. And his warm-up before Napoli's second-leg Uefa Cup semi-final against Bayern Munich in 1989 is the best of the bunch. Maradona's pre-match ritual left his rivals quaking in their boots ahead of kick-off. Footage shows the Argentina ace shaking out his stiff limbs before effortlessly keeping the ball in the air with his knees. 3The iconic clip has been doing the...
    Argentina Soccer Star Diego Maradona has died after reportedly suffering from a heart attack. Maradona died Wednesday, according to The New York Times. Sebastián Sanchi, the soccer player’s representative, claimed Maradona died from a heart attack. Thank you for everything, Diego pic.twitter.com/bJ9l3ixY7A — FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) November 25, 2020 Three days of national mourning were declared by Argentina’s government following Maradona’s death, the outlet reported. (RELATED: ‘ISIS Commander’ Detained After Attack On German Soccer Team) Maradona had been admitted to a hospital in La Plata, Argentina on Nov. 2, according to The New York Times. His doctor, Leopoldo Luque, claimed the soccer star was suffering from depression, anemia and dehydration, the outlet reported. The Argentina Football Association shared a message regarding the death of Maradona on Twitter. La Asociación del Fútbol Argentino, a través de su Presidente Claudio Tapia, manifiesta su más profundo dolor por el fallecimiento de nuestra leyenda, Diego Armando Maradona. Siempre estarás en nuestros corazones ???? pic.twitter.com/xh6DdfCFed — AFA (@afa) November 25, 2020 “The Argentine Football Association, through its President Claudio Tapia, expresses its deepest...
    Argentine football legend Diego Maradona has passed away at the age of 60 after suffering a heart attack.  The Gimnasia coach had been hospitalised at the start of November, days after celebrating the landmark birthday, after complaining of low spirits and fatigue.  Tests at the La Plata clinic revealed a blood clot on the brain, which doctors later revealed was operated on successfully.  Maradona was subsequently released from hospital as an outpatient to continue his convalescence, which he carried out in his dwelling in a private neighbourhood near Tigre, northern Buenos Aires.  But on Wednesday morning he suffered cardiac arrest, and paramedics at the scene failed to revive him.  The Argentine national team’s official Twitter account confirmed the news on Wednesday, paying tribute to one of the nation’s favourite footballing sons.  “You will be eternal in every heart of the football world,” the message stated as it bade farewell to the superstar. La Asociación del Fútbol Argentino, a través de su Presidente Claudio Tapia, manifiesta su más profundo dolor por el fallecimiento de nuestra leyenda, Diego Armando Maradona....
    TRIBUTES have poured in from around the world following the death of Diego Maradona. The Argentina legend has passed away, aged 60, after suffering a cardiac arrest. 1Diego Maradona passed away two weeks after surgery following a bleed on the brainCredit: AFP or licensors Maradona, who is best known for leading Argentina to World Cup glory in 1986, is widely regarded as one of the greatest players of all-time. Gary Lineker and Usain Bolt are among the long list of names that have paid tribute to the legendary former Barcelona star. Olympic hero Bolt posted a picture of himself hugging Maradona, with the caption: "RIP to legend Maradona." England veteran Lineker posted: "Reports from Argentina that Diego Armando Maradona has died. By some distance the best player of my generation and arguably the greatest of all time. "After a blessed but troubled life, hopefully he'll finally some comfort in the hands of God." Napoli played for the likes of Boca Juniors, Barcelona, Napoli, Sevilla and Newell's Old Boys during his illustrious career. A number of his former...
    BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina soccer legend Diego Maradona died of a heart attack on Wednesday, his lawyer said. Maradona, 60, had recently battled health issues and underwent emergency surgery for a subdural haematoma several weeks ago. (Reporting by Buenos Aires newsroom; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters. Tags: soccer, Argentina, South America
    Diego Maradona has died from a heart attack just days after turning 60. The Argentinian football legend died at home, his lawyer said, just two weeks after having surgery on a blot clot in his brain. Widely regarded as one of the greatest players of all time on the pitch, his life off the pitch was equally notorious - amid battles with drug and alcohol addiction. Maradona won the World Cup with Argentina in 1986, having knocked England out of the tournament in a match which saw him score the famous 'Hand of God' goal. Argentine football legend Diego Maradona has died at the age of 60  Maradona's Hand of God was responsible for England's elimination from the 1986 World Cup
    FOOTBALL legend Diego Maradona has died aged 60. The former Argentina forward suffered a cardiac arrest in his home in Tigre, Argentina. 2Diego Maradona has died aged 60, reports claimCredit: AFP or licensors His death comes two weeks after surgery following a bleed on the brain. The news is yet to be confirmed by Maradona's family but has also been reported by ESPN. However, news agency AFP have claimed the former Napoli star is "critically ill". Maradona won the World Cup with Argentina in 1986 and became notorious for his 'Hand of God' goal against England. Most read in NewsPicturedPUCKER UPFormer motorsport driver turned porn star Renee Gracie kisses ex-surfer CoffeyRich MikeWhat is Mike Tyson's net worth and how does he earn cash now?TRAGIC LOSSFormer France rugby star Christophe Dominici dies 'suddenly' at 48ON THE FLYWatch as Brazil star brutally fly-kicks opponent and is banned for just 6 gamesExclusiveCLEAN S-WEEPBenn breaks down crying with Hearn fearing pressure of legendary dad's shadowPicturedJAW DROPPINGPaige Spiranac calls Greg Norman 'hammerhead shark' after viral photo of bulge The Argentinian started his career at...
    DIEGO MARADONA is still in hospital suffering from 'episodes of confusion' linked to alcohol withdrawal symptoms, according to his doctor. The Argentina legend, 60, underwent emergency surgery to remove a blood clod on his brain on Tuesday. 3Maradona is suffering from 'episodes of confusion' linked to alcohol withdrawal symptoms, says his doctorCredit: Reuters Maradona had been due to leave hospital soon after the operation, with many local reports suggesting he would be out by Thursday evening. But the Gimnasia y Esgrima boss has now been sedated by doctors after enduring 'episodes of confusion' linked to alcohol withdrawal symptoms, according to a member of his medial team. Maradona's long-time doctor Alfredo Cahe told Argentine outlet TyC Sports via ESPN revealed the situation is now 'unmanageable', revealing he is suffering from liver and heart problems. Cahe said: "He has to have treatment to stop drinking alcohol. "All of his family is in agreement that Diego as he is now is unmanageable. "We need to take the bull by the horns. "He has liver problems, cardiovascular problems. "It's not his brain on one...
    (CNN)Lionel Messi sent a message of support to fellow countrymen Diego Maradona after the Argentina legend successful underwent surgery to remove a blood clot on the brain.Maradona's personal doctor, Leopoldo Luque, confirmed on Wednesday outside of the Olivos clinic that "everything is fine" following the operation."Diego, all the strength in the world," Messi wrote on Instagram. "My family and I want to see you well again as soon as possible. A big hug from the heart!" View this post on Instagram Diego, toda la fuerza del mundo. Mi familia y yo te queremos ver bien lo antes posible. ¡Un abrazo de corazón! A post shared by Leo Messi (@leomessi) on Nov 4, 2020 at 5:41am PST Barcelona and Argentina captain Messi played under Maradona when he was head coach of the national team between 2008 and 2010, ending his spell in charge following the World Cup in South Africa.Maradona, widely considered one of the greatest footballers of all time, was initially admitted to hospital on Monday as a preventive measure, according to his doctor, due to a low mood....
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