Diego Maradona, currently coach of Al Wasl of UAE, defended his compatriot Lionel Messi, criticized the Brazilian Pelé and said he believes that at some point will be the technical derector of Boca.
The Brazilian idol launched some ironies in recent months, somehow minimizing the outstanding level of the Argentina star that shines at Barcelona. "When Messi has scored 1,283 goals and won three World Cups, we talked," boasted Pelé, one of the comments that led to Maradona's statements in support of "Pulga".
"If you're a doll cake, you only for the prizes, do not work 20 years ago and want to be political when you stick a bowling (kick) in the ortho (ass) you fall into the FIFA ..." said coach Argentina on Pelé.
Maradona also said he believes he will be coach 'Boca Juniors' when "all this is over," meaning that his country would "shut the door in an incredible way."
"It's nothing new. It was known long ago that the non traded (pacta) with leaders or presidents, is not in the clubs. They know everyone and make the jerks (fools). Why I say that I am an exile sports. I will earn my money where I want, "he said.
However, not lost hope of replacing the current coach of Boca, Julio Falcioni, who won the title in the last tournament of Argentine football. "I think when all this is over I will lead Boca. When you pass it to Dubai, where love ends when you pass Falcioni and leaders who do not understand anything of what a soccer ball," said the former coach of the selection statements from Dubai. (via SPORT)