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FIFA President joins CONMEBOL and Argentina World Cup winners in celebrating Diego Maradona

On the second anniversary of the great player’s departure, FIFA President Gianni Infantino joined CONMEBOL, its President Alejandro Domnguez, and members of Argentina’s two FIFA World Cup-winning teams in paying respect to Diego Maradona.

He also urged that a day be set aside during future FIFA World Cup competitions to honor Diego Maradona’s accomplishments.Information Guide Nigeria

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CONMEBOL organized the ceremony in its compound in the heart of Doha, where it also planted a symbolic tree called the Tree of Dreams. In 1986, Maradona’s teammates were Sergio Batista, Jorge Valdano, Oscar Ruggeri, Jorge Burruchaga, Ricardo Bochini, Nery Pumpido, Ricardo Giusti, and Héctor Enrique. In 1978, Ubaldo Fillol, Alberto Tarantini, Ricardo Villa, Daniel Bertoni, Omar Larrosa, and Mario Kempes were champions for Argentina.

“Diego is immortal, Diego is with us,” said the FIFA President. “We should not only pay tribute, but also celebrate Diego. In fact, I would like that from now on, in every World Cup, we should have a day to celebrate Diego Armando Maradona. Because, what this man did to make people fall in love with football, with our sport……..very, very few, perhaps nobody else, did what he did.”JAMB Result

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Gianni Infantino recalled that he had brought Diego Maradona closer to FIFA. “I am very happy and proud that after our arrival in football, with Alejandro (Dominguez) and ourselves, Diego came back to us again. He was with us in the World Cup in Russia, and I have had the honour of speaking to him personally, of meeting him sometimes, of creating a relationship of friendship.”NYSC portal

President Infantino said that Diego Maradona had a “sincerity and unique charisma.” “He used to say things, sometimes very simple, but with a huge impact,” he recalled. Describing Diego Maradona as a great leader in Argentina and South America, he added: “We would’ve liked to be here with Diego at this World Cup, all of us. But Diego is in all our hearts, and I would like to once again congratulate all those champions who are here to share this emotional moment. Long live Diego.”JAMB portal

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Emediong Ekpe is a graduate of English. A professional Sports journalist/analyst, and a spoken word artist. He is passionate about decimating information and putting smiles on people's faces via news writing.

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