FIFA’s power is “ugly and people need to know it,” said Diego Maradona, the Argentine striker chosen one of soccer’s two best players last century.
Diego Maradona led Argentina to World Cup glory in 1986. That doesn’t mean he can expect special privileges at sport’s most-watched event.
Diego Maradona , whose contract as coach of Argentina’s national team wasn’t renewed, said soccer officials lied and betrayed him.
Whatever soccer legend Diego Maradona says, Pakistan will be a big presence at this year’s World Cup in Brazil -- although not because of its playing skills.
This one could be fun.
Ask Ingmar Korstanje, a tourist arriving in Brazil this week from the U.S., about the official 2014 World Cup flip-flop maker and he says the answer is easy: Havaianas.
"FIFA today is a multinational that is eating up the ball."
- Diego Maradona on Jun 11, 2014