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    Free read Yo Soy El Diego Diego Armando Maradona Ñ 4 Free read [EBOOK FREE] (Yo Soy El Diego) BY Diego Armando Maradona While I respect Maradona for being such a fantastic player that respect is lost the moment he opens his mouth similar to Pelé This biography only guarantees that he views himself as God's gift to the world who would have figured? I couldn't help but roll my eyes on reading how he never forgave César El Flaco Menotti for leaving him off the triumphant 1978 FIFA World Cup winning team Please Maradona you were 1

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    [EBOOK FREE] (Yo Soy El Diego) BY Diego Armando Maradona An insight into Maradona’s view of Maradona Take it with a pinch of salt Entertaining nonetheless

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    [EBOOK FREE] (Yo Soy El Diego) BY Diego Armando Maradona Not worth the hours I put into reading it Meandering rambling nonsense highlighting Diego's god complex

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  • Hardcover
  • 336
  • Yo Soy El Diego
  • Diego Armando Maradona
  • English
  • 08 June 2020
  • 9781602390270

Free read Yo Soy El Diego

Read × Yo Soy El Diego á PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Thing about Maradona is certain He was the greatest soccer player of his generationand perhaps of all time Never before has the legendary Maradona given us his extraordinary story in his own wordsuntil now From his poverty stricken origins to his greatest glories on the field Maradona recounts with astonishing frankness and brilliant insight the pivotal moments of his lifethe pressures of being a child prodigy the infamous semi final game against England in the 1986 World Cup an incredible turn around and the dream turned sour at. An insight into Maradona s view of Maradona Take it with a pinch of salt Entertaining nonetheless

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Read × Yo Soy El Diego á PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Sometimes I think that my whole life is on film that my whole life is in print But it's not like that There are things which are only in my heartthat no one knows At last I have decided to tell everythingDiego Maradona A poor boy from a Buenos Aires shanty town Diego Maradona became a genius with the soccer ball kicking his way to the heights of South American European and world soccer yet his struggles with the pressures of life inside and outside the game repeatedly threatened to tear him and his legend down Hero or villain one. Poor old Diego for so many years we have told him repeatedly You re a God You re a star You re our salvation that we forgot to tell him the most important thing You re a man So said Jorge Valdano one of Maradona s team mates They say that whoever you regard as the best player ever to have played the game depends on the era in which you grew up in Like millions of others I can still remember watching Mexico 86 the tournament where one Diego Armando Maradona cemented his status on the grandest of global stages as the greatest player in the world at the time with his overall performance and that goal against England as well as winning the World Cup with Argentina he was also awarded the Golden Ball by FIFA This was initially published in Spanish and the text is flavoured with Maradona s colourful use of Lunfardo and we get treated to such wonderful terminology like Take the cat s milk give the dog its face back and let the tortoise get away which gives an added authenticity to the feel of the biography There is a bizarre picture of Maradona included in here that shows him standing naked in a bath holding his hands over his manhood and underneath it reads I have nothing to hide nothing This blatant contradiction between actions and words really sums up the man overall We get some interesting background into his happy time at Boca Juniors though his time at Barcelona would prove to be a lot less happier as he endured a broken ankle hepatitis and there was no love lost for the football director Nunez Of course it was Napoli where Maradona played his finest club football and enjoyed his most successful period Looking back at the sheer depth of uality of world class players from around the globe who were playing in the Serie A at the time you really get a flavour for the intensity and expectations all round You had Platini at Juventus Rummenigge at Inter Laudrup at Lazio Zico at Udinese Socrates and Passarella at Fiorentina Falco at Roma and Elkjaer at Verona these were some of the best players in the world and many of them still feature high in countless best ever lists around the planetIn spite of his devastation at not being picked for the 78 World Cup Argentina still went onto win it without him He soon bounced back when he played a significant part in the winning side of the FIFA World Youth Championship World Cup Now FIFA U 20 World Cup in Japan in 1979 Where he claims that it was the best team he was ever part of He opens up about the huge disappointment of the 82 World Cup where he was booted around not least by Italy s Claudio Gentile and then being sent off during the 3 1 defeat to Brazil after kicking Batista in the balls By the mid 80s he was earning millions of dollars a year and allegedly turned down a 100 million contract when IMG offered to buy his image rights Maradona complains about how many games he played in this was certainly the case in 1982 when he featured in no less than eight matches in the 21 days between Wednesday 6 and the 27 January US Hong Kong Malaysia Japan Mexico and GuatemalaHe certainly is never shy to claim credit for any success he was part of That s why today any Neapolitan can tell you Those teams weren t built by the directors they were built by Maradona He also says There are still people who think managers win matches they re wrong There are no tactics without players and I think that s not open to debate Talking about his on going fallout with Daniel Passarella he insists The true great captain was is and always will be me He makes many other provocative claims like his thoughts on Argentina s opening game of Italia 90 Cameroon didn t win Argentina lost This childish attitude is not only insulting to a strong and deserving Cameroon side but it reveals the extent of his self delusion Yes Cameroon did win and yes Argentina did lose He and Argentina had a messy inconsistent tournament at best they managed only one win in the group stages finishing a poor third scraping through to the knockout stages They were outplayed by Brazil but won 1 0 and then couldn t score against Yugoslavia in the next round and had to rely on penalties In the semis they couldn t beat Italy and got through on penalties again They stumbled into the final of the World Cup having only won 2 games and scoring 5 goals in the entire competition and yet Maradona still believes he was robbed and deserved to win itAway from football he talks about some of his favourite athletes and sports stars in basketball boxing and F1 He has some recollections of meeting with some other big names like Pope John Paul II where he was refreshingly honest as he called the holy one out on some hypocrisy Though his attitude to Fidel Castro was a bit cringe worthy and really exposed his ignorance of the politics of Cuba in favour of some idealised notion he has built of the placeOn one hand he is shamelessly unapologetic and proud of repeatedly hand balling at World Cups he admits to doing it against the Soviet Union in 1990 but seems incredibly sensitive to being on the receiving end of others cheating him when they persistently boot and kick him Something that has drastically changed since Maradona s era is that creative players and strikers are now a lot protected and referees a lot stricter Back in the 70s and 80s some of the tackling and fouls defenders were allowed to get away were routinely shocking and to be fair he took a lot of hits from a lot of teams over the years and the offenders mostly got away with itMaradona himself seems to be oblivious to the concept of boundaries or self restraint in one sense he wants to tell the manager what players to buy who to sell and what team to pick If he doesn t get his way it doesn t take much to get him in a huff refusing to play is one common reaction And yet when he later dabbles in management with some overwhelmingly mediocre results he suddenly changes his tune He recalls one instance when he was managing at one Argentinian club the owner came into the dressing room to give some advice Maradona yelled at him You motherfking fatso what the fck are you coming in here to talk to the players for And yet he routinely tried to tell them how to do their job when he was a playerEl Diego is steeped in tears and tantrums and too often immature petulance dressed as Latin temperament allows Maradona to be indulged far too often by far too many people Yet as his popularity increases so does his apparent sense of victimhood and entitlement He comes across as an immensely narcissistic personality who regularly draws from a deep well of self pity After a while the constant melodrama and theatrics is exhausting to read so god knows what it must be like to deal with first handThis is an interesting enough read but I struggled to warm to Maradona as a person He is a complex and complicated man with no shortage of demons to battle but for every crisis or perceived hardship he encounters there always seems to be another scapegoat or baddie to blame it on instead of taking responsibility himself for it If only he were as willing to take accountability for his many mistakes as he was for his many achievements but in there lies the mystery and for many the appeal of the man that volatility and rebelliousness that many would agree gave him the wonderful football skills he impressed millions with In the end nobody is perfect and without doubt Maradona remains one of the best footballers to have ever played the game and for most of the people he brought so much pleasure to that is than enough and all that really matters to them

Diego Armando Maradona Ñ 4 Free read

Read × Yo Soy El Diego á PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Napoli and the shame and disgrace of his positive drug test at USA 1994 In this amazingly honest autobiography we see inside the mind of one of the most talented controversial and complex sportsmen of our timesa man torn between the demands of corporate club bosses the fans the media and his own tempestuous personal life With a new epilogue exclusive to this paperback edition that brings Maradona's remarkable story up to date and than eighty wonderful photographs Maradona is a confessional a revelation an apology and a celebration. Not worth the hours I put into reading it Meandering rambling nonsense highlighting Diego s god complex