¡Diego está de vuelta!

(Diego is back!)

Diego Maradona, one of the greatest football players of all time, has returned to the soccer field, this time as the coach of Argentina!

Diego lifts the 1986 FIFA World Cup as the captain of Argentina . . .

Image: http://www.fifa.com

Maradona does not have much experience as a coach and his appointment as the head coach of Argentina came as a surprise to football fans. But his popularity remains the same wherever he goes:

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His first game was an international friendly against Scotland at Hampden Park, Glasgow. Argentina won the game 1-0, thanks to an eight-minute goal from Maxi Rodriguez. Here are the highlights:

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¡¡¡Buena suerte, Diego!!! 🙂

What do you think of Maradona’s appointment as the coach of Argentina?

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7 Responses to ¡Diego está de vuelta!

  1. vishesh says:

    without messi too 🙂 well Maradona is just the show piece 🙂 They have that other fellow,forgot his name,who is assisting him 🙂

  2. Pj says:

    ahhh cool post….wud love to see him in tat post…

    ahh yepp maradona wud prove to be a gud coach

  3. francina says:

    yes, good luck Diego!

  4. leafless says:

    I don’t know…..Great players often do not translate to great coaches. But Argentina is a strong team with or without Maradona.

  5. I have heard a lot about him, but never watched even a single game he played… Hopefully, can watch him recreate the magic as a coach too….

    Destination Infinity

  6. kanagu says:

    his name itself has the magnetic power.. not seen much of him except some videos on youtube.. he has some great dribbling skills.
    Hope he will succeed as a coach

  7. Aneesh says:

    Coaching and playing is entirely different. Some one who had done magic while playing may not be able to do the same when coaching. Anyway, expectations are high, let’s see what he can do and hope for the best. After all, we might be able to see a great game b/w brazil and argentina 😛

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