Legendary Footballer ‘Diego Armando Maradona’ has died aged 60.

According to Clarin, The 1986 World Cup Winner, after two weeks of undergoing an operation for ‘A Blood Clot’ on the Brain suffered a Cardiac Arrest. Armando was discharged from hospital on the 12th day of November, following a successful emergency procedure a week earlier.

Upon his release, Armando’s personal doctor ‘Leopoldo Luque’ revealed to the press that Maradona has been diagnosed with a “Subdural Haematoma” – an accumulation of blood between a membrane and the Brain.

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The surgery was described as successful and Maradona was said to have been recuperating in a private complex near his family.

The full details surrounding Maradona’s death is unknown at this time.Maradona started his career at Argentinas Juniors in the 1970s.

Maradona played for Boca Juniors, Barcelona, Napoli, Sevilla and Newell’s Old Boys. He scored a total of 34goals for the Argentina National Team.

Napoli retired his number 10 shirt in the year 2000 but he sure left a Landmark in the football community.

Following the reports of his demise yesterday , Napoli shared a simple message: “Always in our hearts, Ciao, Diego.”

The Argentine Football Association, through its President Claudio Tapio expresses its deepest sorrow for the death of Our Legend, Diego Armando Maradona. You will always be in our hearts. ” The Argentina FA tweeted following the news of his demise.

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