Discussion in 'The Coliseum' started by cobra, Nov 25, 2020.
Messi, Ronaldo Fenomeno, Zidane etc. will be remembered as GOATS one day but from the Quoted, Diego will forever be a LEGEND through and through.
Shooting at the paparazzis, when he was supposed to be on the other side of his World, camp training with ARG. national team
D.E.P. Dios del Futbol!
Diego /Arg knocking out Italy in ITALIA 90 WC was one of the gulliest moves..
he was a dead (RIP) man walking..if he came back to Italy..
Dude saying he spoke to local police chief in Naples and said they are on high alert because they are afraid people might commit suicide tonight
Oh that's was beyond any question. I mean, look at what a small team did for him when he showed up on their stadium as the opposite team's coach. And this is with Diego being wrecked for a while.
Wouldn't shock me at all if they have a national holiday named after him (either when he beat England, when he won the WC or when he passed away).
And you just wait until Argentinians release their first commercial for their national team paying homage, shyt is gonna be
Props to mods for upping this.
Napoles right now
A sad day for football fans everywhere
What a Legend I don't even like soccer like that
damn, one of the biggest star athletes ever
RIP to the legend
RIP to one of the greatest.
Top 4 player of all time
In addition to his godlike skill, dude was a true leader in the sense that he got "ok/good" teams like Napoli and Argentina and turned them into title contenders based on his charisma and passion
I feel because I felt the same with Kobe.
2020 took some heavy names like we didn't have enough reasons to always remember this shytty year.
Argentina was OK but Napoli? They were veeeery far from being OK. They were nonfactors which Diego took to win Serie A and the UEFA cup with his heavy balls and magic feet.
Neither Argentina or Napoli team were 'championship' status before Diego.
Nobody, nobody in the history of football did that. That's why he will forever be 1 step above EVERYONE when it's all said and done.
Tested by fate, unprofessional life, barely training and he still did that.
That's why he is regarded as a demi-god. Because he made the mistakes humans make but against all odds he ended on top, like Gods.
Going off the HBO documentary, he wanted a way out of Naples anyway. He managed it in the end, 9 months later, when he failed the first piss test.
RIP to the GAWD
George Best too (Who, incidentally, died on this day 15 years ago.)
The war had officially ended 4 years prior.
The legacy at the time of the match between Argentina and England was still kinda raw, however.