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    PANINI football stickers were so big in the 80s that even the tooth fairy got involved. This reporter can recall vividly the thrill of lifting up the pillow to find that he had been left two yellow Football 81 packets instead of the customary 10p piece. 13Football legends Bobby Moore, George Best, Pele and Diego Maradona as Panini stickers 13Giuseppe Panini (second from the right) founded Panini with his brother Benito in 1961[ Countless memories like this - remember the smell of them - come flooding back as you look through a new book celebrating 60 years of Panini's relationship with football. What began as two brothers from Modena, Italy, selling cards became a multinational, multi-million-pound phenomenon. And it still is, with The Sun offering free World Cup 2022 stickers to all readers this weekend. From the launch of the first UK-specific album in 1978 up until 1993, collecting Panini stickers was an essential part of being a football fan. Greg Lansdowne, author of Panini Football Stickers: The Official Celebration, said: "There were a few other staples - magazines such...
    New York : For the first time the Argentine National Team played a game after the death of Diego Armando Maradona and the AFA took the opportunity to remember the ’10’. It was not the oldest, due to the postponement of the South American Qualifiers, but it did play the U-23 that Fernando Batista directs. The Argentine National Team began its preparation for the Olympic Games with a 0-1 victory over the Japan National Team with a goal from Adolfo Gaich, who hit a dead end after the qualification of Matías Vargas. The shirts of the Argentine Under-23 National Team to honor Diego Maradona, Alejandro Sabella and Leopoldo Luque, in the preview of the friendly match vs. Japan. pic.twitter.com/ABwJCYUZMN – SportsCenter (@SC_ESPN) March 26, 2021 When they went out onto the field at the Ajinomoto stadium in Tokyo, the players showed shirts in tribute to Diego Maradona and Leopoldo Luque, former national team players who died recently. The headlines had the 10 with the image of Diego and the 1986 World Cup and said: 1960 – ∞ eternally #graciasdiego....
    New York : Gianinna Maradona outside the place where she gave her testimony. Photo: Juan Ignacio Roncoroni / EFE This Saturday part of what Jana Y Gianinna maradona They testified before the San Isidro Prosecutor’s Office to expand their testimony in the case of their father’s death. The two descendants of the “Fluff” They agreed that Maradona consumed alcohol and marijuana under the knowledge of the doctors and nurses who treated him before his surgery in the days before his death. For her part, Jana Maradona, daughter of the Argentine star and Valeria Sabalain, mentioned that days before her death, “He saw him smoke marijuana with Charly (Ibañez, pointed out for providing the weed) and that he assumed it was marijuana because of the smell“, According to informed the . agency the lawyer Rodolfo Baqué, representative of the nurse Dahiana Madrid, one of the accused in the case. “He was also asked if he had seen Maradona drunk, he said yes, and if (the neurosurgeon Leopoldo) Luque and (the psychiatrist Agustina) Cosachov saw him drunk,...
    New York : Maradona passed away three months after the forgery. Photo: OLIVER WEIKEN / EFE The neurosurgeon Leopoldo Luque, physician of the deceased Diego Armando Maradona, used a forged signature of the soccer star to, on September 1, almost three months before he died, ask for his medical history from the clinic where he was being treated, sources of the investigation informed this Friday to Efe. “The conclusion of the handwriting experts is conclusive and says that the signatures were not made by Maradona, but were forgedThey pointed out. After the death of the idol, on November 25 due to a cardiorespiratory arrest, the Justice began an investigation to determine if there was any type of negligence in his medical treatment that could lead to a crime of wrongful death. Although so far the case has not been formally accused or detained, various searches and seizures have been carried out, mainly in properties of Luque, who was treating Maradona and had participated in his intervention for a brain hematoma at the beginning of November,...
    The neurosurgeon Leopoldo Luque, doctor of the late Diego Armando Maradona, used a forged signature of the soccer star for, on September 1, almost three months before he died, ask for your medical history to the clinic where he was being treated, sources of the investigation informed Efe this Friday. “The conclusion of the handwriting experts is conclusive and says that the signatures were not made by Maradona, but were forged“they noted. After the death of the idol, on November 25 due to a cardiorespiratory arrest, Justice began a investigation to determine if there was any negligence in your medical treatment that could lead to a crime of wrongful death. While so far the cause has no formal defendants or detainees, yes they have been made various searches and seizures Mainly in the properties of Luque, who was treating Maradona and had participated in his intervention for a brain hematoma in early November, and his psychiatrist, Agustina Cosachov. In the records at the neurosurgeon’s home, on November 29, three documents were seized that were later subject to expertise. Two of...
    Customs agents at Istanbul Airport scored a huge goal Wednesday against a drug trafficking network when officers discovered cocaine concealed inside portraits of the late Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona. The cocaine shipment - 2.65 kilos worth $227,000 - was being smuggled by a 72-year-old German man who had arrived on a flight from Colombia. The suspect, whose name has not been released by Turkish authorities, drew the attention of the agents when the x-ray machine detected his suspicious luggage. A sniffer dog subsequently then alerted the customs officials, who removed his belongings for a secondary inspection. Customs agents at Turkey's Istanbul Airport seized 2.65 kilos of cocaine from 12 paintings of late soccer legend Diego Maradona in the luggage of a 72-year-old German man who arrived on a flight from Colombia on Wednesday. The suspect, whose name was not released by authorities, remains in custody A customs agent at Istanbul Airport uses a tool to break a portrait of Diego Maradona holding the 1986 World Cup and removed cocaine that was hidden inside RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next...
    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,...
    FC Barcelona The one that Leo did against Osasuna It seems incredible, but Messi’s goal against Osasuna is very similar to one Diego Armando Maradona did at Newell’s. And Leo also celebrated with the Newell’s Fluff T-shirt. No better script. Maradona scored this goal in a friendly match against Emelec on October 7, 1993. The Argentine star returned to football in his country and did so with this goal. Maradona gave Newell’s the win after scoring that goal. Messi did it again: he scored a goal from Maradona that he made at Newell’s 27 years later, and the days of his death, Leo Messi could not do a better tribute. Calc against Osasuna that same goal that Pelusa did against Emelec and celebrated it by taking that same elastic from Newell’s. Messi goal (4-0) at Barcelona 4-0 Osasuna Maradona scored on that occasion with a cross shot from the right and from the front of the area to drive the ball into the squad. Messi did it but from the other angle and...
    The death of Diego Armando Maradona it continues to cause a lot of controversy around it. Now a nurse who treated the Argentine in his last days of life, declared that she was forced to falsify a report the day the former player died. According to information from El Clarín, Dahiana gisela, nurse in charge of Maradona While recovering from the operation for a brain clot, she was forced to say in the report that she had tried to treat Diego, when in fact he did not enter the room. Photo: . That is to say, Gisela stated that he listened to Maradona move inside the room in the morning but did not enter it. However, the company Medidom to work for, forced her to say that she had tried to control the patient. A few days ago Maradona’s lawyer, Matías Morla, said he would take the investigation into his friend’s death to the last consequences. For him there had been a clear medical negligence, mainly claiming that the ambulance had taken more than half...
    Of course Diego Maradona will be remembered for his God-given abilities with a football and his many moments of glory during a distinguished career. But equally, the Argentine legend, who died on Wednesday at the age of 60, will be celebrated for the constant madness that punctuated his extraordinary life. From fighting on the pitch and wacky celebrations to high-profile feuds, his wild party lifestyle and even shooting at journalists, Maradona certainly led a colourful existence. Here are just some of the innumerable crazy moments involving Diego Armando Maradona. Diego Maradona, Argentinian footballing legend and one of the greatest ever to play the game, has died at the age of 60 (pictured lifting the World Cup in 1986) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Farewell to a legend: Thousands of mourners stream past... 'Pain, tears, emotion, gratefulness, adoration': Argentina's... 'God is dead': Front pages from around the globe pay moving... 'If The Pope is so concerned about poor kids, sell the... Share this article Share   NEVER AFRAID TO...
    Diego Maradona was a genius on the the pitch, but his life outside of it - that involved drugs, obesity, women and the mafia - would cause him health problems for the rest of his life.  The Argentinian legend, widely regarded as one of the greatest players of all time, passed away at his home in Buenos Aires at the age of 60 on Wednesday after suffering a heart attack having had successful brain surgery earlier in November. Maradona played for some of the biggest clubs in the world, including Barcelona in Spain and Napoli in Italy, as well as captaining Argentina's national team, leading them to glory at the 1986 World Cup.  He was renowned for his tenacious and skilful style of play, scoring the famous 'Hand of God' goal against England in the 1986 quarter-finals, followed up by a goal considered by many as the best ever in the same match. But his life off-the-field was just as infamous as the time he spent on it. A sporting hero to many, he struggled with his fame, courted controversy...
    Argentine football icon Diego Maradona will undergo brain surgery within hours, it was has been revealed. Maradona had been hospitalised since Monday night for anemia and dehydration, and his condition had been improving, his personal doctor said earlier on Tuesday. But the latest concerning development for Maradona is that he requires surgery for a bleed on the brain.     Diego Maradona is to undergo brain surgery despite doctors initially saying he was improving 'He has a subdural hematoma' Dr. Leopoldo Luque told journalists. 'We will do it today (Tuesday).', The doctor said Maradona has an accumulation of blood between a membrane and his brain. Luque, who is neurologist, said the problem was likely to have been caused by an accident but Maradona does not remember the event.  The doctor said he will perform the surgery himself at a hospital that he did not identify.  He assured that the procedure was a 'routine surgery'. 'We are going to operate today. He is lucid, he understands, he agrees with the intervention,' he added.   Maradona underwent tests after he was admitted to the...
    Getty Images; Getty Images Argentina's president has intervened in the ongoing saga of Lionel Messi's departure from FC Barcelona, imploring the star to return to his homeland and finish his career with boyhood club, Newell's Old Boys. "You are in our hearts and we have never seen you play in our country," President Alberto Fernandez said during an interview on Argentinian news channel C5N. "Give us the pleasure of ending your career with Newell's Old Boys, your club." Messi came through Newell's Old Boys' academy as a small child, before leaving to join Barcelona's La Masia youth academy at the age of 13. It seems unlikely that Messi would return to Argentina with several years of his career left, and Newell's would almost certainly be unable to afford his wages. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Lionel Messi's seemingly imminent transfer away from FC Barcelona is so big that it has garnered interest from the highest echelons of politics, with Argentina's president making a personal intervention over the weekend during a TV interview. Alberto Fernandez, the president...
    Many will have already seen on social networks or WhatsApp the famous viral video of Maradona dancing at home this weekend. The images have caused a great stupor for millions of soccer fans and the Argentine star, who was the best in his time, but who now pays a life of excesses and bad health habits. In the video, Maradona is encouraged to dance at home with family and friends, and even goes so far as to drop his pants and show his butt to the camera that records him. Most Internet users are clear that the former footballer was in a high degree of drunkenness and were very sorry, especially in Argentina, for the current state of who was his idol for decades. # 45Seconds #Sports The footballer Diego Armando Maradona is back in the news and not for his goals, this time the player has been recorded dancing in total intoxication, pulling down his pants and showing his butt for a few seconds.
    A video of Diego Armando Maradona has gone viral in the last hours due to the images in which the mythical ’10’ of Argentina shows her ass while dancing with her ex-partner, in addition to showing clear difficulty in speaking and even moving. The video of Maradona showing her ass while dancing is the most talked about in the last hours after the images spread quickly. El Pelusa was in a meeting with some friends and began to dance with his ex-partner while they introduced them to him and recorded him on their mobile phones. While dancing, Diego Armando Maradona, an expert in getting into trouble, did not think of doing anything other than lower his pants and show his butt to the mobile phones that recorded him. The witnesses laughed at the grace, just as they did not hesitate to share the video in which their friend made that ugly gesture. It is not known if the video is recent or a few months old, but Argentine media speculate that it is current, despite the confinement, reason why several...
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