For indecent behavior Maradona may no longer be allowed to the stadium
The international football Federation decided to apply sanctions to the legendary Diego Maradona for his behaviour at the 2018 world Cup.
According to foreign media reports, FIFA has no plans to financially support Maradona for his obscene gestures from the podium during the match of the 3rd round Argentina – Nigeria (2:1).
Maradona received 10 thousand pounds for each game of the world Cup where he was present under the program of legends FIFA.
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FIFA considered the behavior of the Argentine shameful, asking him to behave. Otherwise, Maradona may not allow into the stadium.
The next match for the 2018 world Cup Argentina will be on Saturday 30 June with France in the 1/8 finals.
Recall that two Spanish-speaking football fans said network about the death of the legendary Diego Maradona after the match between Argentina and Nigeria at the 2018 world Cup.
One wrote that Maradona suffered a heart attack, an injection of adrenaline did not help, and soon the national team of Argentina will announce the death of 57-year-old compatriot in the hospital.
The second was called the Argentine correspondent in Russia and sent voice messages in WhatsApp with clarification: “On the death of Maradona will announce tomorrow. This is the decision of his family”.
The information turned out to be fake, and the ex-footballer was furious and assigned a monetary reward for the identification of authors of false reports.
It is reported that Maradona’s sister fainted after learning about the “death” of his brother. As a result, Diego called the family and confirmed that he was alive and healthy.
“I contacted the office in Buenos Aires and instructed them to publicly announce the reward in 9,5 thousand euros to anyone who can provide accurate data about the author voice messages”, said Maradona’s lawyer Matias Morla.
Trayan Markevich has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Quebec Times, Trayan Markevich worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.