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  1. What makes Maradona tick?
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What makes Maradona tick?

Maradona's story in his own words! A poor boy from Buenos Aires, Maradona's skill with a soccer ball took him from the ghetto to the heights of South American, European, and world soccer. In this book arguably the greatest player of his generation tells his tale: the pressures of being a child prodigy, the infamous "Hand of God" goal against England in the 1986 World Cup, his roller coaster seasons in Italy's top league, and the disgrace of his positive drug test at the 1994 World Cup. In this honest autobiography, Maradona reveals the truth about his fame, his talent, and his weaknesses. 310 pages with 32 color & b/w photos.


La historia de Maradona en sus propias palabras. Su habilidad como futbolista llevó a este chico pobre de Buenos Aires a conquistar Sudamérica, Europa y el mundo. En este libro, el astro argentino cuenta su historia: las presiones de ser un niño pródigo, l

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