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Kuzimoto 16-10-2009 16:25

Maradona Thread
 
I think this guy deserves a thread of his own,since he became even bigger persona than before.

"Jo soi o blanco o negro"
"Chupa,a todos!!!Chupanda!!!La Puta que te parios!!!"

way to go,former legend and an icon for a whole generation.

drop you thoughts,folks!!!;)

Pedro 16-10-2009 16:32

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kuzimoto (Post 600234)
he became even bigger persona than before.

I disagree.

Argentina has been underperforming under El Diego. Fact.

Kuzimoto 16-10-2009 17:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pedro (Post 600235)
I disagree.

Argentina has been underperforming under El Diego. Fact.

what i meant is due to his recent scandalous campaign in whole.

i don't think is appropriate to discuss argentina nt tactics right here.
Maradona can fill the whole thread without being a coach.
Despite all of his drug-related and coaching issues,he still a legend as a player.

Senatore_M84 16-10-2009 17:03

Diego is 1 of the few players I watch old footage of (my dad happens to have vhs tapes of 1986 world cup games). In that tournament, he really was most impressive player i've ever seen. Taking a very average side (at least from what I took... either they were average, or the tactic was simply give ball to diego, stay out of way)

Az. 16-10-2009 17:16

I dont like him ,fat crack head .

acerвιc wιт 16-10-2009 17:19

Nice swan dive. I'd give it 9.5 joints out of 10.

Kuzimoto 16-10-2009 17:23

Quote:

Originally Posted by Az. (Post 600248)
I dont like him ,fat crack head .


i have always hated his unsportive approach and his f@cking "hand of God" excuse.Liar.Liar.
but still can't help myself,when i see his old videos.Great talent,once in da millenium born.

But off the field he's nothing but a show-off and a low-life bum.
The way he speaks on his press-conferences,like a freaking criminal!:rocketki:

Pedro 16-10-2009 17:56

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kuzimoto (Post 600256)
i have always hated his unsportive approach and his f@cking "hand of God" excuse.Liar.Liar.
but still can't help myself,when i see his old videos.Great talent,once in da millenium born.

But off the field he's nothing but a show-off and a low-life bum.
The way he speaks on his press-conferences,like a freaking criminal!:rocketki:

Yeah, f--- that hand of God thing:o when most people do that, it will be appreciate completely the different way, but he is a hero:head:

Oh, and nice last sentence. Also true. I'd like to call this the bash El Diego thread. Nice.

Kuzimoto 16-10-2009 21:07

things got worse for the cockhead.
 
Oct 16, 2009 8:30:51 PM

Argentina Coach Diego Maradona Plunges Into Further Trouble With Explicit Video
The fallout from 'El Pibe de Oro's' post-match press conference is continuing...

Argentina secured World Cup qualification with a 1-0 win against Uruguay in Montevideo on Wednesday night, and their progression was followed by an explicit outburst by Diego Maradona towards the country's press as he celebrated the victory.

A similarly vulgar post-match press conference ensued, but the coach's activities do not appear to have stopped there.

A video has reportedly now emerged that seems to show the national trainer simulating the act of oral sex.

It was taken following the victory in Montevideo, and seems to show Maradona on the team bus smiling at the raucous Albicelestes fans, repeatedly simulating the act of oral sex.

It is likely that this was a reference by 'El Diez' to his now infamous post-match press conference, in which he blasted the Argentine media, telling them to "suck it" on a number of occassions.

A FIFA disciplinary inquiry has been opened into Maradona's antics after the game, for which the coach could potentially receive up to a five-match ban.

Anthony Wright, Goal.com



what a wanker!!!

Australiano1980 16-10-2009 22:48

Drug addicted bad character


Kuzimoto 16-10-2009 23:48

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXyAGXuHwrQ


what an idiot!!!what an example for his own players!
no wonder Messi plays like shit with him.
and so the rest of the team.
Probabaly Palermo is the only one who's proud.

Edi 18-10-2009 08:05

Another champion of skilled movements(:D) with no character. I saw him play in the WC 94 but he was already finished then. On a footballing level I think he wasn't one of the best. In my books Zizou comes way in front of him.

Beemer 18-10-2009 08:09

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kuzi
he became even bigger persona than before.

Well, that's what happens when your international coaching career in your home country bombs faster than an ICBM overnight, coupled with persistent bizarre behavior, in front of a worldwide audience.

Kuzimoto 18-10-2009 10:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by Beemer (Post 600908)
Well, that's what happens when your international coaching career in your home country bombs faster than an ICBM overnight, coupled with persistent bizarre behavior, in front of a worldwide audience.


so true.

Kuzimoto 15-11-2009 21:09

Maradona gets two month ban
Reuters - Sun, 15 Nov 16:56:00 2009

Argentina coach Diego Maradona has been given a two-month ban and fined over 14,800 following his globally-broadcast foul-mouthed outburst at the end of last month's decisive World Cup qualifier in Uruguay.

Maradona, 49, who faced a potential ban from some of his team's matches at next year's World Cup, apologised for his behaviour and showed remorse, FIFA said.

He was sanctioned after an expletive-filled rant when interviewed on the touchline and produced another outburst in the post-match media conference, which was broadcast live on several television networks. Maradona told the media to "suck it and keep on sucking."

Named as Argentina coach 13 months ago after fighting off drug addiction, alcohol problems and obesity, Maradona appeared in person before the disciplinary tribunal behind closed doors at FIFA headquarters.

"The FIFA disciplinary committee...decided today to impose a two-month ban on taking part in any football related activity and a 25,000 CHF (14,800) fine on the head coach of Argentina Diego Maradona," a FIFA statement said.

"The committee took into consideration the apologies and the sincere remorse shown by Maradona in its decision, which was communicated to him at the end of the meeting.

"The committee stressed that any breach of this decision or any repetition of a similar incident would mean that stronger sanctions would have to be imposed in the future."

FIFA said the sanction would start immediately and run until January 15. It means Maradona will not have to miss any competitive internationals, although Argentina are due to face the Czech Republic in a friendly at a venue to be decided next month.

The ban is the latest episode in the turbulent career of Maradona, who was thrown out of the 1994 World Cup for a doping offence, one of three such bans he received as a player.

Maradona flew in from Madrid, where his team lost 2-1 to Spain in a friendly on Saturday night. Wearing dark glasses and a track suit, he swept past reporters at Zurich airport refusing to comment.

Around 20 onlookers with Argentina flags and a similar number of journalists gathered outside the gates of FIFA headquarters in a quiet Zurich suburb on a grey, damp autumn day. Maradona was inside the building for just over 2-1/2 hours.

Maradona rounded on his critics after Argentina beat arch-rivals Uruguay 1-0 to secure their berth in the South Africa in the last game of an 18-match qualifying campaign.

The 1986 World Cup winner had been heavily criticised for defeats against Bolivia, Ecuador, Brazil and Paraguay that left twice world champions Argentina on the brink of failing to reach the World Cup for the first time since 1970.

Appointed in October last year, Maradona's coaching credential have been repeatedly questioned.

He has called up more than 70 players for 14 matches (eight qualifiers and six friendlies) and been criticised for his team selections.

Maradona's tenure has been marked by clashes with players, coaches, journalists and directors, most notably playmaker Juan Roman Riquelme who quit the team saying he and Maradona did not live "by the same codes".

Reuters


sad ending for a sore coach.
shame on his legend-shine image.;)

not to mention the loss to spaniards:D

Pedro 15-11-2009 21:10

for possible worlds best football player ever his image pretty much suck

Kuzimoto 15-11-2009 21:18

sorry for double post,but listen,guys.....

if you read the previous post backward,then eventually you'll come to an even worse ending of the stroy,than if you read from the beginning!

Most of the stories proggressing differently.:D

Ashish 15-11-2009 21:47

greatest player ever in the history of football:star:

Australiano1980 15-11-2009 22:47

2 months is just too games.

FIFA is a joke.

Farouk 16-11-2009 00:18

Mock him as much as you want, but this guy is the best player in history.


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