Do you consider Maradona a good Manager and Coach for Argentina?
Yes,maybe he is lack of experience as a coach but he is the best for now as a coach and a player's
He has a good team and he is letting them play. I think many people thought he'd do something "out there" that would distract the team and they wouldn't advance to the next round.
He knows what it is to play at this level and he's letting his team play. Hard to say so early whether he's a good coach. Time would show how well he can adapt to strategy changes his team needs to make.
Considered as one of
the best players of all time, Diego Armando Maradona was born in Villa
Fiorito,Buenos Aires suburb. He is a son of a laborer, he began playing
soccer at very early age and when he was of15 years , he moved to Argentinos... read more
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by ramonflores 9 years ago
brasil is going without 3 of their must valuable players, argentina only takes superstar messi, and the addict that is maradona, italy goes but have a couple of player that are injured. ingland is not taking beckham, what about usa haven´t heard about them!
by jameshardley2002 9 years ago
Fifa is coming and so is it's fever. We have been see many new comers teams that were totall surprise packages. What you guys think about this worldcup. Is there going to be any new winner?
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by OpDevils 3 years ago
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by Steven Escareno 8 years ago
Well, you can make a strong case for him that's for sure. Then again, you could argue that he's never been a great x's and o's guy because he's always had the luxury of having an assistant coach in Tex Winter that practically invented and defined the infamous Triangle offense of today's...
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