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5th February 2011
maradona
this piece of street art wasn't far from boca junior's stadium in buenos aires. maradona is idolised almost everywhere in argentina, but particularly in la boca where he started and ended his career. it seems even his issues with drugs, his outspoken views and his failure as national team coach at the world cup, has done nothing to harm his reputation in his home country. in fact the opposite might be true, as each fall makes each comeback all the more meaningful. in england i think the general public still know him best for his cheating hand, but for all his bad traits he's still one of the best footballers that has ever lived. shit manager though.

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05/02/2011
maradona
this piece of street art wasn't far from boca junior's stadium in buenos aires. maradona is idolised almost everywhere in argentina, but particularly in la boca where he started and ended his career. it seems even his issues with drugs, his outspoken views and his failure as national team coach at the world cup, has done nothing to harm his reputation in his home country. in fact the opposite might be true, as each fall makes each comeback all the more meaningful. in england i think the general public still know him best for his cheating hand, but for all his bad traits he's still one of the best footballers that has ever lived. shit manager though.

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