This morning’s Argentina daily papers

This morning.

Argentina has declared three days of mourning following Diego Maradona’s death at the age of 60.

Argentinian fans mourn death of Diego Maradona as tributes pour in for footballer (Evening Standard)

Last night: The Golden Boy

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15 thoughts on “Don’t Cry For Me

        1. Brother Barnabas

          charger, it was only a game of football – yeah, he scored two great; yeah, one might have been a handball; and, yeah, the whe world pi $$ ed itself laughing at the little englanders and their tantrum – and, yeah, too, it probably irks that almost 40 years later we’re all still laughing about it – time to get over it

          1. Charlie

            Let’s not mention the blatant dives Michael Owen took to win two penalties for England v Argentina in the World Cups of 1998 and 2002 (Owen admitted diving both times), or Gary Lineker’s ‘fall’ which resulted in the penalty that eliminated Cameroon from the 1990 World Cup.

      1. johnny

        …..yeah lovely touch,be a while now before they lay out another book of condolences for royalty,though i think they did for Di.

  1. Redundant Proofreaders Society

    Wow, going by these and the scenes of last night’s Neapolitan vigils, he really had a demi-god status. And it’s only a ball game!!

  2. Jimmy TwoShoes

    All credit to him, for all the lads in the world who could have made it if it wasn’t for the drink, he was there to prove you could do both.

    1. Junkface

      Ha ha! That’s one way to look at it.
      I think when someone comes from a really poor background, suddenly finds fame and fortune in their teens, then drug addiction of some kind is inevitable. Wasn’t it the mafia in Naples that got him onto the charlie? You have to say Diego had some life! King of the world in the 80’s, the greatest ever at one point! If only he had good advisors and friends to help him when he moved to Italy.

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