Diego Armando Maradona
Some may argue that no number 10 player in the history of soccer
has been as controversial as Diego Maradona of Argentina. Always
larger than life, this showman was never shy about his admirable
soccer skills. Even when he was a ball boy for the local club team
when he was a young child, he would take the ball out to the field
at halftime and give the crowd a show of his dribbling skills.
Maradona has played abroad for Barcelona, Napoli, and Sevilla, but
his heart has always been in Argentina.
He is a huge fan, and former player, for the popular Argentine club
Boca Juniors, and represented Argentina in 4 World Cups. And as
much as he loves the Argentine fans, they love him even more.