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Latest Diego Maradona Items
Lionel Messi seems to keep getting injured these days, and he could be the one to blame for his troubles.
Real Madrid paying gazillions for Gareth Bale is the soccer equivalent of a fat cat using flaming banknotes to light up his cigars. In the middle of biting economic crisis in Spain, it looks wasteful and nonsensical.
The Ballon d'Or went to the wrong guy.
Art snobs must forgive the analogy, but when Lionel Messi collapsed in pain and fear on the Camp Nou turf clutching the back of his priceless left knee, it felt for a moment as though Leonardo da Vinci had mangled his painting hand just as he was about to apply the final brushstrokes to the Mona Lisa.
Diego Maradona was fired as coach of Al Wasl on Tuesday after a season in which the soccer club finished in eighth place in a 12-team league and even failed to win a second-tier competition.
With the end of the group stage, Euro 2012 is more than two-thirds complete _ 24 matches have been played and just seven are left, culminating with the July 1 final in Kiev.
Butch and Sundance, Lennon and McCartney and ... Giggsy and Becks? Please, Stuart Pearce, make it so. Because we're suckers for good double bills.
Diego Maradona's Al Wasl soccer team lost Sunday, ending its chances of qualifying for an Asian Champions League spot next season.
Diego Maradona has again threatened to leave Al Wasl after this season, saying he plans to meet with the club's chief executive next week and demand more money to buy players that would allow him to "compete."