For Maradona the best player in history is Di Stefano

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Diego Maradona named his Argentine compatriot Alfredo Di Stefano as the greatest footballer in history, ahead of another compatriot, Lionel Messi, and the legendary Pelé. Maradona, now coach of Gimnasia de La Plata, is often cited among the best players of all time, with his exploits for Barcelona, ​​Naples and Argentina, among others, which have won him this place in the current debate.

If the former striker considers that he has done enough to be cited, he believes that another South American deserves first place, accusing Pelé of turning a blind eye to the undeniable quality of Di Stefano.

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Like all top footballers, Maradona played against some of the most talented players of his time and was asked to name the best jersey he had traded with another player and with which teammate was it easier to to play.

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While Messi has just raised a sixth Ballon d'Or, Maradona commented on the number of victories he could have won if he had played today and took the time to congratulate his compatriot, despite criticism of the fact that the Barça star never led Argentina to the world title.

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Maradona then explained that she had given Pulga some advice on hitting free kicks. "I told him where he should put his foot, but the rest is up to him. He understood everything."

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