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How Maradona’s death affected Christian Martinolic

U.S.A.How Maradona's death affected Christian Martinolic

Martinoli is a staunch fan of Ten. (Photo: @martinolimx / Twitter)

Christian Martinolic He is one of the favorite storytellers of the Mexican public. His style is already a total part of the traditions of thousands of fans. The chronicler has always been critical of footballers, not just Mexicans. as set forth socketed stories, it seems exaggerated to him that a football player enjoys idolatry so much.

However, there is one player he can’t resist: Diego Armando Maradona, the world football star who passed away exactly a year ago. Martinoli was born in Argentina and holds that nationality, hence his inclination to the player who gave him world Cup, second, to Albiceleste.

This is what he told in an interview for the commentator Roberto Gomez Junco, in your program dialogue without ball, for youtube. Martinoli recalled the football-related moments that marked his childhood. Then came Diego. “I realized how fanatical I am of Maradona. I always saw it, in image Every Sunday morning. all summaries. Suddenly, when he dies, he hits me. Really as a Maradona fan, they hit me”.

“I knew I was a fan of Maradona, but not to what extent,” Christian said of his love for Diego Armando

The narrator claims to be a collector of items belonging to Maradona.  (Photo: Instagram / @cmartinolimx)
The narrator claims to be a collector of items belonging to Maradona. (Photo: Instagram / @cmartinolimx)

Gómez Junko asked them if their fanaticism had reached the level as members. Maradoniana Church, Martinoli replied that not at that time, but that he was given to collect the goods from there. fluff, “Not that much, but I can tell you that I have about 50 Maradona books, documentaries. I have a t-shirt my wife gave me at an auction in England that had Maradona’s autograph, things like that “.

“Suppose I had a very happy childhood watching Maradona play. I was glad to see that man play,” Christian recalled the years he saw Maradona with the Napoli jersey.

Tally also traveled to the past and told how he won the historic goal that Maradona scored against England in 1986 on the pitch. Aztec Stadium, According to him, his spirit did not know the time frame, so the Argentines appreciated him. “I get electricity. I start to get up and run to the hall. I didn’t see the celebration, because I only saw it when they put it on, because I ran as if I were him. it was exciting. ,

Diego Armando Maradona directed Dorados for a year.  (Photo: Henry Romero / Reuters)
Diego Armando Maradona directed Dorados for a year. (Photo: Henry Romero / Reuters)

Martinoli had the opportunity to interview Diego Armando when he directed Sinaloa Dorados in 2018. Maradona’s route to Mexico was brief. He only lasted a year, but was on the verge of promotion. He lost to her in two finals athletic san luis, Maradona decided to return to his home country and a few months later he was signed as coach of Gymnastics and La Plata Fencing, a club he managed till the day of his death on November 25, 2020.

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Diego Armando Maradona’s association with the Aztec country dates back, of course, to the 1986 World Cup, in which he commanded a historic Argentine generation. Together Carlos Salvador Billardo Under the command of an orchestra and good collaborators, Maradona performed at his best on Mexican soil and led his comrades to maximum glory.

In the final of the competition, against Germany, the Pampers won 3–2 by scoring. Bye brown, George Valdano and George Buruchaga. Maradona’s last aid butter To score goals to secure the crown in the Mexican capital.

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