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  • World Cup kids
  • 09/07/2010 by 7M.CN
  • son of Agüero, also grandson of Maradona son of Argentian player Agüero, also grandson of Maradona Holland player Rafael van der Vaart's wife and son  Holland player Wesley Sneijder and  his son Holland player Robin van Persie waving with his son Holland player Robben with son  View more »
  • Grondona: It's down to Maradona
  • 07/07/2010 by PA
  • Argentina FA president Julio Grondona says Diego Maradona is the one to decide if he continues as Argentina national team boss. The South American team were eliminated from the World Cup on Saturday when they lost 4-0 to Germany and Maradona has not spoken about his future in the position since he returned to Arge View more »
  • Argentina welcomed home like champions
  • 06/07/2010 by Telegraph.co.uk
  • Maradona's mural: fans hold up a banner dedicated to Diego Maradona with the name of his town, Villa Fiorito, written across the top of it. Flying the flag: the crowds gathered hours before the team arrived. Vu-vu voom: those vuvuzelas get everywhere don't they? Going nowhere fast: the Argentina coac View more »
  • World press hails the Loew train
  • 05/07/2010 by Mirrorfootball
  • Diego Maradona was written off as “an over-the-hill gunfighter” as Germany revelled in their World Cup demolition of Argentina. The home media saluted Joachim Loew's squad after they followed up their rout of England with another sensational win. “Thanks, you heroes!” was the headline in Bild  View more »
  • Maradona defends millionaire players after sorry defeat
  • 05/07/2010 by Mirror.co.uk
  • We had expected, half-hoped, he would be explosive, a fighting bantam. Instead, Diego Maradona was left crushed, dejected, battered and beaten, almost unable to cope with the emotions eating away at him. While Lionel Messi wept in the Argentina dressing room, Maradona's sombre demeanour was that of a man who had su View more »
  • Maradona must stay on - Heinze
  • 04/07/2010 by PA
  • Gabriel Heinze has urged Diego Maradona not to make a snap decision on his future as Argentina boss. In the immediate aftermath of Saturday's 4-0 hammering by Germany in the World Cup quarter-final, Maradona indicated he was likely to end his controversial reign. But Heinze insists progress has been made and while View more »
  • Germany have the look of champions
  • 04/07/2010 by Telegraph.co.uk
  • Joachim Low declared that his ‘'fearless'’ German youngsters displayed the hallmark of champions as Argentina were destroyed in a breathless and emphatic World Cup quarter-final match. In sharp contrast: Joachim Low had the upper hand over Argentina coach Diego Maradona on Saturday Diego Maradona, the A View more »
  • Maradona reflects on 'toughest day'
  • 04/07/2010 by PA
  • Diego Maradona described Argentina's humiliation at the hands of Germany as the toughest day of his life. Miroslav Klose scored twice as Germany went through to the World Cup semi-finals with a 4-0 victory at the Green Point Stadium. It left Lionel Messi, the world's best player, sobbing in the dressing room and M View more »
  • Maradona 'may leave' as Argentina coach
  • 04/07/2010 by Telegraph.co.uk
  • Diego Maradona's future as Argentina coach is unclear after the team's devastating 4-0 loss to Germany in the World Cup quarter-finals. Knocked out: Argentina coach Diego Maradona hugs his daughter after his side are knocked out of the World Cup by Germany "I may leave tomorrow, but I'd like that these boys conti View more »
  • 90 minutes of despair for Diego Maradona
  • 04/07/2010 by Telegraph.co.uk
  • Pucker up: Diego Maradona kisses Argentina's Carlos Tevez ahead of kick off against Germany Lucky charm: Diego Maradona holds his famous lucky bracelet ahead of kick off in Cape Town Frustrating afternoon: Diego Maradona looks displeased from the sidelines during his side's 4-0 defeat to Germany Watc View more »
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