Soccer | Napoli congratulate Maradona on his birthday
VALENCIA. Napoli congratulated this Sunday by way of the membership’s official social networks on what would have been the 62nd birthday of Argentine Diego Armando Maradona, an important determine in Partenopean historical past, who died on November 25, 2020.
“The King of Soccer! #DiegoEterno. Comfortable birthday, Diego!” the ‘azzurri’ group posted on their Twitter account.
“October 30, 1960, a marked date in historical past. 1960-Infinity,” he added on Instagram.
Architect of the one two ‘Scudetti’ of Naples, Maradona is taken into account a God within the metropolis of southern Italy. His significance transcended soccer and he’s thought of simply one other Neapolitan. The union of the Argentine star with the membership and town is already everlasting, they all the time go hand in hand. And extra so now that the stadium is known as after him.
One thing that turns into much more related seeing the spectacular begin of the boys led by the Italian Luciano Spalletti in Serie A, the place they’re solo leaders, and within the Champions League, already labeled to the spherical of 16 and with the opportunity of doing in order group leaders.
Napoli’s final nice efficiency was this Saturday towards Sassuolo, whom they beat with a convincing 4-0 because of a hat-trick from Nigerian Víctor Osihmen and a objective from Georgian Kvicha Kvaratskhelia, curiously nicknamed by the Neapolitan ‘tifosi’ as ‘Kvaradona’ .
Earlier than the beginning of the sport, a tribute to ‘Diego’ was made within the stadium that now bears his title and wherein his former coach Stefano Ceci, former Napoli teammates Salvatore Bagni, Nando De Napoli, Gianfranco Zola, Pietro Puzone, Enrico Zazzaro, Antonio Carannante and the masseur Salvatore Carmando.
“I used to be fortunate to dwell with him for some time. A good looking time, stuffed with studying and expertise. I’d say that interval was one of many the explanation why I grew to become the participant that I used to be. I owe it to Diego,” Zola stated. in tribute.
Along with the title of the stadium, Napoli positioned a statue of Maradona after his demise within the locker room tunnel, the work of the Italian Stefano Ceci.