Full name: Diego Maradona
Date of Birth: 30 October 1960
Place of birth: Argentina
Playing position: Forward
Diego Armando Maradona Argentine football player, born in 30th October 1960 who is an Argentine retired professional footballer. He has doled out as a director and coach at other clubs and the national team of Argentina also. Many in the sport writers including football, different famous players and football fans mentioned Diego Maradona is the greatest football player of all time. He was named jointly FIFA Player of the 20th Century with Brazilian greatest football player Pelé.
Diego Maradona is an advanced play maker who controlled in the classic number 10 position, Diego Maradona Argentine football player is the first player in football history to set the world record transfer fee twice, first when he transferred to Barcelona for a then it becomes world record £5 million and secondly when he shifted to Napoli for another record which was near about fee £6.9 million. He played for Argentina’s Juniors, Napoli, Boca Juniors, Barcelona, Sevilla and Newell’s Old Boys at the time of his club career, and he was most famous at that time at Napoli, where he won several awards. In his international profession as a mid fielder with Argentina, he made 91 caps and scored 34 goals.
Maradona Argentine football player
Diego Maradona Argentine football player played in four FIFA World Cups, including the 1986 World Cup in Mexico where he captained Argentina and led them to success over West Germany in the final match and won the Golden Ball as the world cup’s best player. In 1986 World Cup’s quarter final, he scored both goals in a 2 by 1 win over giant team England that entered football history for two special reasons. The first goal was an unrealized handling foul known as the “Hand of God”, while the second goal pursued a 60 m (66 yd) dribble past five England players, it was voted “The Goal of the Century” by FIFA.com football fans voters in 2002.
Diego Maradona Argentine football player became the coach of Argentina national team in November 2008. He was responsible of the national team as a coach at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa before leaving at the end of the world cup tournament.