“He was like my second father,” Diego Maradona told media after Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro passed away on Friday. The 56-year-old Argentinean soccer star gave an interview in Zagreb, Croatia, where he was watching the Davis Cup Final on Friday. Maradona, who has a tattoo of Fidel Castro on his leg, also recalled his life in Cuba, saying Castro helped him a lot. “I want to thank him for everything,” he said. #cubanleader
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“He was like my second father,” Diego Maradona told media after Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro passed away on Friday. The 56-year-old Argentinean soccer star gave an interview in Zagreb, Croatia, where he was watching the Davis Cup Final on Friday. Maradona, who has a tattoo of Fidel Castro on his leg, also recalled his life in Cuba, saying Castro helped him a lot. “I want to thank him for everything,” he said. #cubanleader



“He was like my second father,” Diego Maradona told media after Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro passed away on Friday. The 56-year-old Argentinean soccer star gave an interview in Zagreb, Croatia, where he was watching the Davis Cup Final on Friday. Maradona, who has a tattoo of Fidel Castro on his leg, also recalled his life in Cuba, saying Castro helped him a lot. “I want to thank him for everything,” he said.

“He was like my second father,” Diego Maradona told media after Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro passed away on Friday. The 56-year-old Argentinean soccer star gave an interview in Zagreb, Croatia, where he was watching the Davis Cup Final on Friday. Maradona, who has a tattoo of Fidel Castro on his leg, also recalled his life in Cuba, saying Castro helped him a lot. “I want to thank him for everything,” he said.

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