Diego Armando Maradona, beyond entering the field of play and expelling all his creativity for the team and forgetting the tactics-strategy worked on during the week, had leaders who marked the way for him.
Next, we review the best four coaches he had in his career as a footballer:
El Flaco was the coach who had Maradona the longest -6 years- under his charge. First, in the Argentine National Team and then in Barcelona, where he scored 22 goals in 33 games. “He was the one who taught me the most”, Diego confirmed on Menotti and his role as coach. It mattered little that Caesar had facilitated his departure from Blaugrana.
Despite Fluff He decided to leave Napoli -in part- because of the coach, he won with Bigon an extremely important title for Italian history. 5-1 win against Juventus for the 1990/91 Italian Super Cup. Last championship. The South was at the top.
Hand in hand with Bianchi and Maradona, Napoli was pure joy between the 1985 and 1989 season. At that time, they won -among other titles- the first Scudetto of history and N ° 10 scored 70 goals and provided 37 assists in 159 games who directed it. Later, he asked for his resignation. Still, DT loves it.
The coach who gave him the greatest joy and knew how to take care of Diego the most was – without a doubt – the Doctor Bilardo, who surrounded Pelusa of an Argentine National Team with concepts that allowed him to lift the 1986 World Cup. In that edition, No. 10 scored 5 goals. Your Captain.
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