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Maradona doesn't threaten to resign

Diego Maradona has denied threatening to resign as Argentina coach, and says if anyone accuses him of threatening to resign, then he will resign.

After hinting to journalists that his tenure could be drawing to a conclusion, the cryptic coach whipped up a riddle more confusing than his persistent selection of Newcastle’s headless-chicken Jonas Gutierrez.

Maradona will never leave Argentina

Maradona will never leave

And with Argentina’s World Cup hopes hanging in the balance of Saturday’s match with Peru and a midweek trip to Uruguay, their qualification prospects are about as stable as Maradona’s mind.

Despite verging on an embarrassingly soul-destroying World Cup exit, the maverick manager has also defended his selection policy of picking the players who he is best friends with.

“Riquelme may be one of the most technically gifted players in the world, but he isn’t much fun in the casino,” Maradona’s interpreter mistranslated.

“And Javier Zanetti and Maxi Rodriguez are way past hanging with the cool kids.

“In my team, If you are going to receive a cap, you need to be able to carry off a cap,” Maradona probably blurted before threatening to resign again.

– – The Dirty Tackle Press is a satirical football parody and contains no true facts whatsoever –

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  1. lee green
    October 11, 2009 at 5:52 pm

    Hahaha…

    Never a more truer word spoken in jest. Most Argentineans hate him now, which is quite an achievement for someone who was once their god and could do nothing wrong!!! His selections are based on just that… Anyone who can have such an amazing array of class players to select and pile together a crew of such underachievers deserves to be asked to resign… Diego…Give up now before it’s too late!

  2. Pauline and Stuart Green
    October 11, 2009 at 7:36 pm

    Maradonas post match celebrations have created a new saying …The game isnt over till the fat man dives !!

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