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Old 01-04-2015, 02:11   #101
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"If Diego were wearing a white tuxedo at a party, and were thrown a muddy ball, he would stop it with his chest"

Francis Cornejo (Scout who discovered Diego)

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Old 01-04-2015, 03:38   #102
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Woah I would do the same! Always had this sneaky feeling that I am the reincarnation of Maradona
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Old 02-04-2015, 22:10   #103
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2 of the Greatest Captains ever.



This was one of those occasions that great Milan side took a beating.

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Old 24-04-2015, 13:27   #104
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Australiano could you explain why Zico and Romario are better than Diego?

Zico had all the odds in his favor to win the world cup but failed to lead a team full of all time greats (like Falcao, Toninho, Socrates, Junior, etc...) to success. Maradona not only lifted the cup but he did it with a team that entirely lacked all-time great talent. None of Maradona's teammates were included in the All-Star Team of 1986 whereas Zico's teammates Luizinho, Junior, and Falcao were included in the All-Star Team of 1982.
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zico did for flamengo what maradona did for argentina(in only 7 games).
zico was important part of that team of brasil in 82.. the brain of the team was falcao.. so i dont think zico failed as you said.. he conducted flamengo in 1981 through america and through the world.. they beat liverpool 3x0 in the finals.
flamengo is what it is thanx to zico.. is the team with more supporters millions and millions follow flamengo until today even the team been all messed up..

i personal matters.. zico have builted several football schools for the kids in brasil.. romario is a congressman(this doesnt make him a better person.. but still) while maradona is just a drug addict comunist.. followed for a bunch of presumptions people(argentine are.. i live in the boarder with argentina i know them very well)

im not gonna even talk about the handgoal in 1986 against england or the drug in the water in 1990 against brasil, lets just enjoy the 0:14 of this video


and weep with this one


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Old 24-04-2015, 13:33   #105
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Australiano could you explain why Zico and Romario are better than Diego?

Zico had all the odds in his favor to win the world cup but failed to lead a team full of all time greats (like Falcao, Toninho, Socrates, Junior, etc...) to success. Maradona not only lifted the cup but he did it with a team that entirely lacked all-time great talent. None of Maradona's teammates were included in the All-Star Team of 1986 whereas Zico's teammates Luizinho, Junior, and Falcao were included in the All-Star Team of 1982.
in matters of football
zico did for flamengo what maradona did for argentina(in only 7 games).
zico was important part of that team of brasil in 82.. the brain of the team was falcao.. so i dont think zico failed as you said.. he conducted flamengo in 1981 through america and through the world.. they beat liverpool 3x0 in the finals.
flamengo is what it is thanx to zico.. is the team with more supporters millions and millions follow flamengo until today even the team been all messed up..

i personal matters.. zico have builted several football schools for the kids in brasil.. romario is a congressman(this doesnt make him a better person.. but still) while maradona is just a drug addict comunist.. followed for a bunch of presumptions people(argentine are.. i live in the boarder with argentina i know them very well)

im not gonna even talk about the handgoal in 1986 against england or the drug in the water in 1990 against brasil, lets just enjoy the 0:14 of this video


and weep with this one


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Old 28-04-2015, 11:09   #106
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Quality clip of Diego playing futsal. Keep it on the deck



Here is a longer version of the same clip.

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La Habana, Cuba, il pibe de oro Diego Armando Maradona ospite da un personaggio che non ha bisogno di presentazioni: Fidel Castro. L'incontro (riguardante questa immagine visto che ce ne sono stati anche altri) se non andiamo errati ? avvenuto nel 2005, ma se in caso ci fossimo sbagliati con le date smentiteci pure.
Tra i due c'? comunque un'amicizia di vecchia data. Una foto che va oltre le idee politiche, o la fede calcistica, due mondi che si incontrano, due che in maniera diversa rimarranno per sempre nella storia anche tra un secolo.

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Old 27-05-2015, 19:17   #108
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Diego adds his 2 cents

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Old 29-06-2015, 21:02   #109
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"My dream was to buy a house for my mom... And look how far I've come".

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Diego's fabulous free kick goal against Juve (1985)



I gotta ask... what lead to the free kick being given inside the area ? .... the only thing I could think of was a back pass whoch the GK picked up... but even those were allowed in the 80's
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Old 04-08-2015, 23:07   #111
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I gotta ask... what lead to the free kick being given inside the area ?
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Old 08-08-2015, 01:55   #112
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in matters of football
zico did for flamengo what maradona did for argentina(in only 7 games).
zico was important part of that team of brasil in 82.. the brain of the team was falcao.. so i dont think zico failed as you said.. he conducted flamengo in 1981 through america and through the world.. they beat liverpool 3x0 in the finals.
flamengo is what it is thanx to zico.. is the team with more supporters millions and millions follow flamengo until today even the team been all messed up..

i personal matters.. zico have builted several football schools for the kids in brasil.. romario is a congressman(this doesnt make him a better person.. but still) while maradona is just a drug addict comunist.. followed for a bunch of presumptions people(argentine are.. i live in the boarder with argentina i know them very well)

im not gonna even talk about the handgoal in 1986 against england or the drug in the water in 1990 against brasil, lets just enjoy the 0:14 of this video


and weep with this one
LMAO footballers ability should not be judge by his non football related atttitude. only a desperate fanboy would do that

Besides, zico never even won the copa america.. Brazillian mock messi for his argentina achievement yet zico totally flop with a brazil squad that is ten times better than messi's squad

deluded brazillian be butthurt
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Old 28-08-2015, 05:15   #113
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Flamengo v Boca, 1981
Zico & Maradona.
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Maradona and Baggio 1990

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Old 13-09-2015, 15:08   #115
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Diego sent off against Brazil. (World Cup 1982)

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Old 17-09-2015, 19:56   #116
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in matters of football
zico did for flamengo what maradona did for argentina(in only 7 games).
Football matters:

Maradona did for Napoli wot Zico did Falmengo + the 7 games for Argentina that Zico cud not match for Brazil.


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Old 05-10-2015, 05:47   #117
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Napoli's Maradona takes on AC Milan's Ray Wilkins and Paolo Maldini in 1986.

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Old 10-10-2015, 17:18   #118
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Per gli amici calciofili ultratrentenni, quante volte avete ascoltato commenti tipo "ma chi sei Zico? - "ma chi sei Maradona?" dopo un bel gesto tecnico in una delle tante partite da ragazzini che si facevano nei campetti dei nostri quartieri/paesi, negli oratori, per strada o sulle spiagge?. Ovunque abbiamo messo in campo la nostra passione e l'amore per il calcio e siamo cresciuti di pari passo con i nostri idoli. Gi? perch? tornando ai primi anni ottanta, il giocatore piu' rappresentativo di tutto il pianeta era certamente Arthur Antunes Coimbra ZICO fuoriclasse della Nazionale Brasiliana e leggenda del Flamengo. Le sue fantastiche giocate, i suoi meravigliosi calci di punizione pennellati dal Maracan? facevano il giro del mondo, ed arrivavano anche da noi in Italia. Certo all'epoca non c'era internet, non c'erano le tv a pagamento, ma chi voleva documentarsi sapeva come fare. Poi Zico arrivo' in Italia, ad Udine nel 1983, e la Zico-Mania si estese in generale. L'anno successivo il Napoli acquisto un giovane argentino di cui si parlava un gran bene, a Barcellona aveva fatto vedere le sue qualita' ma ancora non si era consacrato al calcio mondiale. Siamo quindi quasi nella seconda meta' degli anni ottanta e Diego Armando Maradona era in procinto di scrivere la storia del calcio e di proclamarsi come il piu' grande al mondo. Ma quello che vogliamo dire ? che ZICO e MARADONA hanno segnato un'epoca. In questa foto c'? il calcio: Brasile vs Argentina, grande classica, una delle sfide piu' belle emozionanti spettacolari e sentite, Zico e Diego i due numeri 10 della STORIA, che posano insieme indossando romantiche casacche di un calcio ormai estinto in una stupenda immagine in bianco e nero. Le parole sono superflue, questo ? uno scatto da annali del calcio, da mettere in un libro senza didascalie o racconti, parla da s?.
O GALINHO e EL PIBE de ORO... BELLEZZA, POESIA, STORIA.

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2006 BBC documentary which sees Gary Lineker traveling to Buenos Aires to meet & chat to the worlds greatest ever footballer, Diego Maradona.

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