By Angu Lesley – Cameroon
Confirmed reports emerging from Argentina this Wednesday have it that global football icon Diego Armando Maradona, 60, has died.
The 60year-old breathed his last in his native Argentina.
The 1986 FIFA FIFA world cup winner with the South American nation had a series of health issues in his last days on earth until this November 25, when he suffered from cardiac arrest.
The former Napoli star was Argentina’s captain in the 1990 world cup where Cameroon stunned Argentina by defeating the then holders by one goal to nil in the opening group game.
He played for Napoli and Barcelona before he retired and also managed the Argentina national selection including during their appearance at the 2010 FIFA world cup in South Africa.
He leaves behind the entire football world and his family to mourn him.
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