Maradona Coaches In Mexico; You Can Heal Here Where Stars Go
Argentine soccer star #Diego Maradona is back in #Mexico. He’s now coach of Dorados. They’re a second-division team in #Culiacán Sinaloa.
At the #World Cup in Mexico City, Maradona scored maybe the greatest goal of all time. In a 60-yard dash, Maradona dodged past four English players. Then he executed a feint and scored. Knowing fans consider Maradona the second best footballer ever after Brazilian legend Pelé.
Now 32 years later, the 57-year-old coaches in a city where baseball is more popular.
The businessman who brought Maradona to Culiacán is Jorge Hank Rhon. Besides owning Dorados, Hank owns the soccer team in Tijuana. There Hank was mayor between 2004 and 2007. His fortune comes from casinos.
Culiacán was home to Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, the cocaine dealer. Cocaine was also Maradona’s habit. He conceded it was a step backward. What soccer players have to do is go forward. Maradona assumed his coaching responsibility as someone holding a child in their arms.
Maradona Coaches In Mexico; You Can Heal Here With Soccer Fans
Sportswriters estimated Maradona’s contract at $150,000 each month. Maradona also coached Argentina from 2008 to 2010. He’s happy with this new challenge. He smiles on the field and celebrates a goal like it were his own. He listens to his players and gives them his support.
In the World Cup when he led Argentina to a 2-1 quarter-final victory over England, Maradona also scored the most infamous goal, his “#hand of god”. His hand touched the ball before entering the goal. It was an infraction the referee did not see. Maradona explained it was scored “a little with the head of Maradona and a little with the hand of God.”
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