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Diego Maradona is one of the most polarizing figures in the world of football.
From the Hand of God goal to his drug use and his outspoken nature, Maradona has given the public plenty of things to talk about over the last 30 years.
Maradona was the best player of his time and he is still revered in Argentina as the best to play the game.
During his playing career, Maradona played in four consecutive World Cups with Argentina and played most of his club career in Serie A with Napoli.
Maradona did not shy away from the game after he retired from playing, as he jumped right into management with two Argentinian clubs.
In recent years, Maradona took the reigns of the Argentina national team and led them to the quarterfinals of the 2010 World Cup before they were eliminated by Germany.
Although he has seen his fair share of controversy in the past, Maradona seems to be contributing more to the footballing world as he ages, and we surely have not seen the last of him.